This is a discussion on The Official 2015 WRX & STi Thread within the New Cars/Prototypes Forums forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Mikie13 There's no room for logic and a good opinion here thats why I love this forum!...
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After reading and watching some reviews on the 15', I'm glad I have an 11' because my resale value is going up!!!
If so, you really think that the looks of the new WRX (one of Subaru's lowest selling cars) are so bad that people won't buy other Subaru's? Wow, you really hate the looks......
I don't even know where to go from there, your logic evades me.
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Please keep this thread on topic and not leaning towards thinly veiled personal insults. Based on all your previous posts up to this one, I had no way to detect you weren't being serious. Especially when the sentence directly after was a serious one.
BOT: You have every right to believe it is ugly. A lot of people do. I'm not one of those people and I will be buying a 2015 (or 2016 depending on a few factors).
I can't see older cars being worth more because of this one. It looks like they've made improvements pretty much across the board, the looks of course being subjective. Everything else looks like it got better; handling, interior, ride quality, DI motor, the list is out there..
Yeah, pretty ugly. There's always someone who likes it, they wouldn't build it if they didn't think it would sell. Cars come in so many styles, most of them sell. I don't even think the new WRX looks all that ugly, just the fact there's no hatch puts me off. With some new models it just takes time to get used to the new look and this is really not all that different. Ford used to be pretty "progressive" back in my days in Germany, it always took a while for the market to adjust. But they did pretty good with that. And honestly, DI and other "advancements" are needed to stay competitive...
You can't have everything - where would you put it?