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This is a discussion on I'm New within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I'm new to this forum but I am a previous WRX owner. I had an '03 WRX Wagon and it ...

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    I'm New

    I'm new to this forum but I am a previous WRX owner. I had an '03 WRX Wagon and it was great. I had to trade it in to get my wifes current car. I've been through a handful of 240SXs (one SR powered) and am now driving a 2007 Honda Civic Si. My Si is really fun for a FWD car but I plan to trade it in for an Impreza in the not too distant future.

    I'm really torn between the old '02-'03 WRXs and these new STis. When I bought my WRX I couldn't afford an STi so I didn't consider one. Now that I have the income to support such a buy I am seriously thinking of picking one up. Such decisions

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    man sounds like ur doing prooty good just bought ur wife a car and urself a 2007 civic si and now thinking of trading it in for an STI well Gl to u dud welcome to the club

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    Quote Originally Posted by therussiann View Post
    man sounds like ur doing prooty good just bought ur wife a car and urself a 2007 civic si and now thinking of trading it in for an STI well Gl to u dud welcome to the club
    Thanks boss!

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    STI all the way. Trust me. BIG difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubrexsti View Post
    STI all the way. Trust me. BIG difference.
    Hah, love the emphasis on "BIG". Thanks for the advice. I am leaning toward the STi because of the great performance "out of the box". The only thing that keeps me wanting a bug-eye WRX is the style of them. They look smaller and more nimble not to mention I love the bug-eyes. I'm a very lazy guy so I may just end up with an STi rather than having to build up an '02-'03 :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJ View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by ender View Post
    The only thing that keeps me wanting a bug-eye WRX is the style of them. They look smaller and more nimble
    02-03 and 04-05 are the same size. The reason the bugeyes look smaller is because the STi wing thoughts off the proportions
    The STi is more nimble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy96gase View Post
    02-03 and 04-05 are the same size. The reason the bugeyes look smaller is because the STi wing thoughts off the proportions
    The STi is more nimble.

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    Interesting, I guess I never looked at it from that perspective. I always thought the bug-eyes looked smaller because the front and seems more narrow. The giant headlights on the '04-'05 models just throw me off. Thanks for the welcome!

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