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This is a discussion on WRX/STi owners: 4 door, or 5 door? And why? within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; lol jk...

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    lol jk

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    Personally, I love the rear end of the sedan, but think that it is a bit too boxy for the rounder front end. I felt that the hatch styling tied in with the front styling slightly better. When I see a front one shot of a 2008+ WRX or STI, I always just mentally assume that it is a hatch based on the shape of the front. Plus the added utility is nice. I think if the front end was slightly boxier it would have been a much tougher decision.

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    I've owned 4 vehicles. Civic hatch , tundra, gti 4dr hatch, now wrx hatch. I personally love the look of a hatchback. 5dr FTW for me.
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    i've had 1 coupe, 3 sedans, and a 3 door hatch (all bmws) in the past. by far, this 5dr is my favorite

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    All personal preference! I have a sedan but at times would like a hatch although I still don't think you could fit a piece of 4x8 plywood in the back! Correct me if I'm wrong.
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    I picked the Sedan since I had a Firebird though it was A 2dr but at times it was categorized as a 3dr so natural progression is a 4dr. Looks like the next will be a hatch.

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    I couldnt choose.... I bought boff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by theMan View Post
    I usually see fat guys who drive hatches.
    SEDAN ALL THE WAY
    Wow, talk about a bizarro stereotype.
    Fail, btw...I'm a wagon driver at 150lbs soaking wet.
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    I'm fat, so I had to get a hatch...
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    Quote Originally Posted by theMan View Post
    SEDAN ALL THE WAY!
    I see that you are so insightful that you had to post 3 times in a row!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    I see that you are so insightful that you had to post 3 times in a row!
    Well, he is the man....

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    Well I guess I need to gain weight for my hatch
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    Quote Originally Posted by boone1186 View Post
    All personal preference! I have a sedan but at times would like a hatch although I still don't think you could fit a piece of 4x8 plywood in the back! Correct me if I'm wrong.
    Dude that's a job for truck... Period... An 8 foot ANYTHING in a hatchback? Maybe with all the seats laying down and no place for a driver to sit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by etnpnys View Post
    Dude that's a job for truck... Period... An 8 foot ANYTHING in a hatchback? Maybe with all the seats laying down and no place for a driver to sit...
    Or a minivan. My parent's old Caravan easily swallowed a stack of 4x8 plywood, doors closed. (both rear seats folded down, but that took all of 10 seconds to do.) It was remarkable how much that van could carry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maus View Post
    Wagon, its easier to throw girls that I roofie into the hatch.

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