I've decided to put my STI up for sale and buy something new. It's been 18 months since I bought a new car which is the longest I've been without buying a car in about 5 years.
Price: $32,000 firm ($38k+ sticker)
NADA.com value: $34,825
Model: WRX STI sedan
Exterior color: Dark Gray Metallic (DGM)
Interior color: Black leather
Trim level: Limited (BBS wheels, sunroof, leather, heated seats, steering wheel radio controls, etc)
Condition: Like new - No body damage, scratches, or any issues inside or out. No chips or anything in the paint. Recent oil change, new brake fluid, new front pads and rotors. I've never had a single problem with the car or any warranty claims period even for anything minor.
Modifications: Cobb Stage 1, Nameless Performance axleback exhaust (muffler delete, not too loud, nice aggressive sound), AEM cold air intake, trunk debadged, ATE Super Blue racing brake fluid 1,000 miles ago (better braking performance with firmer pedal feel). I have all stock parts and the car can be returned to stock or the mods can be sold with the car for an additional price.
Wheels and tires: Stock BBS wheels with BBS center caps (instead of stock STI caps) with OEM tires at 80% worn. 18" Enkei Imola black painted wheels with tire pressure sensors ($60 each) and Dunlop winter tires 85% worn can be included for an extra $600. Direzza Star Spec tires already purchased and can be included for $600 and mounted for free on either set of wheels ($800+ value). Tires also have transferable road hazard warranty.
Maintenance history:Oil changed at 1200 miles with Subaru synthetic and every 3500 miles thereafter according to Subaru specifications/mileage with Subaru synthetic oil and filter. Next oil change due at 19,500 miles.
Please post a reply here if interested and PM me your phone number and/or email and I'll send you pictures. This is an excellent price for a car in perfect condition. I just want to move it and make an extra $1000 instead of getting in the high $20k range on trade-in. This is the cheapest 2011 STI you will find anywhere. Compare any other place like ebay, cars.com, autotrader, or anywhere else and you won't find one for a price within thousands of this price.