my car is completly standard in every way possible. only 55k miles on the clock. and get this... it was owned by one old man who did not thrash it at all and it even has full subaru servicing!might want to be more specific?
Im not sure any WRX's are generally "good" or "bad". Its more of an individual basis based on mileage, mods, treatment, caretake etc
thank you, and i will do!!!welcome peachy , congrats on the limited edt scoob
when you haz time post some pics of yer scoob :thumbup:
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sounds to me like a great subaru. Enjoy it and keep up with all service and maintanencemy car is completly standard in every way possible. only 55k miles on the clock. and get this... it was owned by one old man who did not thrash it at all and it even has full subaru servicing!
all i want to know is my subaru 'one worth keeping' and, it terms of how subarus go, does it sound that it is good.
cheers for the info.Is it a bugeye? OK, sorry about that.
Is it sonic yellow? Nope? Sheesh, I thought we had something here.
Just kidding - that is a very rare version. I would love to see a pic of the mica blue. I'd say you scored.
"WRX 300 (2005)
300 vehicles limited to the UK market were sold with Blue Mica exterior paint, 17" gold alloy wheels with 215/45 tyres, Subaru World Rally Team branded front bucket seats, a 5-speed manual transmission and the Prodrive Performance Package (PPP) all as standard equipment. The Performance Package increased power to 265 PS (195 kW; 261 hp) and 348 N·m (257 lb·ft) torque and equipped the car with a 0-60 time of 4.8 seconds and a maximum speed of 151 mph (243 km/h). 12 months' free subscription to RAC Trackstar was included in the basic on the road price of £21495.00 (approx. $31800). Considering that the total on the road price of the standard non-limited edition Prodrive Performance Pack equipped Impreza WRX was £21900.00, the WRX 300 represented very good value for money. Optional extras included a 18" P-FF7 wheel and tyre package, a Prodrive brake upgrade (front brakes only), a sports suspension upgrade and a special edition rear spoiler."
Welcome. The way you wrote this makes me think you might be in a market outside of the North America (USDM). Where are you located?it is a 2005 subaru impreza 2.0 turbo 300
Cadillac converter? :rotfl::rotfl:I bought a 2004 WRX with 70,000 miles on it and the 2.0 motor went on me ! I highly recommend you save up for the 2.5 swap and it is lots of fun :wiggles:. I need to check but I think that year also has a Cadillac converter in the up pipe which should be removed or it can possibly break loose and take out your turbo. Have a good one I like the car !