1996 Subaru Legacy GT
Want the cargo area of an SUV, the performance of a sports car, and the interior space of a luxury sedan? Look no further than the Subaru Legacy GT, that does it all! This 1996 Aspen White (51E) sports a twin-turbo engine and standard all-wheel drive. The body is in great overall condition, aside from some small dings and chips, and is accentuated by a set of Mahdi six-spoke alloys and one-piece OEM raingaurds. Offered with a mere 73k verified and documented miles, this versatile chassis makes for a wonderful all-around family hauler and is a bonafide Janese Classic.
The cabin is spacious, well cared for, full of power options, and a few upgrades. The dash is in great shape and lacks any cracking or major UV damage. The factory MoMo steering wheel looks and feels great while in the driver's seat. The factory audio was ditched in Japan for an Eclipse headunit. It functions properly but will not pick up US radio stations since it was made for the Japanese market. The digital automatic climate control is easy to use, and provides cold air conditioning or hot heat at the press of a button. The legroom is fantastic and the factory seats are in above average condition. They lack any major rips, stains, or tears and are comfortable both around town or on a road trip. Power folding mirrors, electric locks, and windows round out the list of power options and make this BG5 Legacy a perfect candidate for a daily driver. Privacy tint keeps the harmful rays of the sun away from the interior plastics and the headliner, door cards and carpets lack any major blemishes.
Under the hood resides a potent EJ20H boxer-four. Fresh off an oil and filter service, the 2.0L starts up quickly thanks to a new 12v battery we have installed here stateside. The unmistakable sound of Subarus upon startup is exciting and has been deepened by an aftermarket cat-back exhaust. The EJ breathes a bit better thanks to a new engine air filter. The valve cover gaskets have been replaced by our trained technicians and the next scheduled service is 3,000 miles down the road. The automatic transmission shifts properly without any hesitation. The gearing is good around town and she pulls hard on the highway. Power is fed to all four axles through Subaru's time-tested symmetrical AWD system. These can be used year-round and the factory suspension can cope with the rigors of daily abuse. The handling is predictable and a front strut tower brace. adds a The power steering is on point and the brakes are more than powerful enough to slow this wagon down in a jiffy. All four tires have been replaced with new all-season rubber. These quiet down the ride and will last for tens of thousands of 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.