1995 Subaru WRX Wagon

Sold: $14,995

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Stock Number: 4764

It's easy to see why a performance wagon is so desirable. Cars like this 1995 Subaru WRX are just as happy hauling the kids to soccer practice as it is attacking the twisties. Verified as a one-owner vehicle, this Impreza is offered with a mere 51K verified miles. Finished in Light Silver Metallic (406) and sporting some spicy OEM aero, the body is in good nick other than some minor dings and scuffs. Best of all, this freshly serviced and legally imported rally car features a manual transmission making it a riot to drive!

Subaru surprises us all the time with how well their interiors hold up, and this example is no exception. The quality materials are plainly apparent, and it's clear the old owner cared for this car overseas. Starting with the soft blue cloth upholstery; the durable material aged gracefully and lacks any major rips, stains, or tears. The front buckets are surprisingly aggressive and the driver and passenger stay snug while corning. The backbench has room for three and folds forward when you need to jam some oversize cargo in the boot. The view ahead is clear and the charcoal-colored dash lacks any cracking or distortion. This wagon includes an optional factory Nardi steering wheel and even the leather has held up over the years. Power equipment includes electric mirrors, locks, and windows.

Subaru's are known for reliability, heartiness, and low cost of ownership. Powered by the venerable EJ20G four-cylinder that is fresh off an oil and filter service, she quickly starts up and revs freely. Our trained techs have installed a set of new plugs to ensure proper combustion, and this Impreza accelerates impressively. The five-speed gearbox lacks any grinds and the gear ratios are short, but no so much that highway driving is a worry. Sending the torque through a symmetrical AWD system this estate is more than capable to handle the sand, sleet, or snow. The suspension can handle large and small potholes with ease, and due to the relatively light curb weight, the brakes are more than enough to slow down this avant properly. The power steering is light and parking is a snap in the city. The six-spoke Speedline wheels complete the package and are wrapped in new all-season rubber all around. They quiet the ride down nicely and will have your back for miles to come. 

*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB complaint first. CARB certifications will have to be performed within the state. Depending on the vehicle and any existing modifications will affect the pricing. Typically CARB compliance will range between 5-10K. Additional information can be found on the California Air Resources Board website.

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