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    Getting A Wagon

    In the next month or so, i am going to be purchasing a WRX wagon. Any suggestions on years which are better/worse. I know that in 05' the wagon went to a 2.5L engine but i cant imagine that makes a tremendous difference. Also any suggestions on want to look for as far as future problems could be.


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    The 2.5l wrx was actually introduced in 2006. I would recomend getting that motor. It responds a lot better to modifications. Other things were upgraded that year as well. I'm on my phone so I can't link the exact page but go to for more info.
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    I'd recommend an 05, 06 before they upped the HP. From what I have read, the older engines prior to the increase in HP seem to deliver better fuel economy than the newer ones. I have an 2010 and it is not good on fuel- particularly on the highway.

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    ^ I got you covered girl.

    ..... I think you can go to this link and start there

    2006 Subaru Impreza WRX and STi spec page

    And I would agree with getting a 2.5. However..... I will say any Sooby will make you a very content person.

    Especially a Rex or and STI
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