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    Looking to buy Wrx in the Indianapolis area! Help needed!

    I've finally made the decision to buy a WRX (color undecided). I have always been BMW man but after emigrating to the states from the UK i have realised rear wheel drive is not the way forward?!!!! I visited Tom wood in Indy and took one for a spin. Being a natural aspirated owner previously i was blown away with torque in the lower RPM range! So the price? I have have a friend that works at the afayette factory who said he could get me the freinds and family discount but TomWood said it excludes WRX and higher? I wanted to get the car stadard with fogs and short shift for around 24k but it looks like i'm wayout? Is there anyone local who has purchased a WRX in indiana who did pay for full price? Any help would be appreciated? Mitch

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    RWD will always be the way forward...just not in bad weather here in the US

    Base models usually start just over $24k +taxes/title and that garbage...once you start adding goodies and changing packages, your price will go up.

    I'd honestly skip the short shifter, save you $300 and get something aftermarket such as Kartboy when you get it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    RWD will always be the way forward...just not in bad weather here in the US

    Base models usually start just over $24k +taxes/title and that garbage...once you start adding goodies and changing packages, your price will go up.

    I'd honestly skip the short shifter, save you $300 and get something aftermarket such as Kartboy when you get it.
    Yeah i loved my Z4m but driving a RWD over is only good for the summer and i need a everyday car

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    Just get an Audi RS7. Heard that beast might hit the states.
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