Like the title says I am selling my 2006 WRB STi w/ gold rims that is almost completely unmolested. It is at 120,000 miles but runs like new. More pictures will be uploaded soon. Well maintained and loved STi by a veteran Subaru owner. Garage kept and serviced regularly. Just received 105,000 and 112,500 mile service by certified Subaru technician. The main Mods to the car are the Exhaust and Intercooler. Only reason Intercooler was changed was since previous owner stripped bolt hole for bypass valve. Mods List (Exhaust) HKS Carbon Ti Catback Exhaust Stock OEM STi Exhaust available if wanted (Engine) K&N OEM Style Filter GSP 3.5" thick Intercooler Cobb Accessport V2 Paired with Car (Suspension) 35k mile OEM suspension (Brakes) Centric High Carbon Rotors [Front & Rear] Hawk Performance Ceramic Pads [Front & Rear] ATE Type 200 Gold DOT 4 Brake Fluid Goodridge Stainless Braided Brake Lines ***Only 1000 miles on all brake parts*** (Interior) Autometer Boost gauge Autometer Oil Pressure Gauge A-pillar dual gauge pod Low Mileage front seats New STi Blue Carpet Jensen DVD Single Din Radio with RCA and AUX input Car runs like a swiss watch. Garage kept.
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Auto blogTue, 12 Nov 2013 17:28:00 EST
The car you see above could, possibly, be the 2015 Subaru WRX, a car that isn't supposed to reach the public eye until next week's Los Angeles Auto Show. The leaked image has been circulating around the web, along with a brief teaser video of the new sports sedan (which you can see below).
The image, which AutoWeek reports may be (probably) a render, appeared on the Clubrz Facebook page, a Subaru fan group. It does fit somewhat with the teaser image we showed you yesterday, while featuring certain styling cues from the WRX Concept shown at the last New York Auto Show.
Now, we'd advise you take this with an appropriately sized grain of salt. We won't know for certain what the next WRX looks like until we're parked in an uncomfortable chair at the LA Convention Center. Still, take a look up top and let us know if the new WRX - which, we'll point out, has neither gold wheels, a big wing or World Rally Blue paint - fits with what you wanted to see. We've also got a very short teaser of the car that plays on the teaser image posted yesterday, which you can see by scrolling down.
The Subaru BRZ is many things: fun, affordable, communicative... but premium is not one of them. Yet that is precisely more of that upscale look and feel Subaru is going for with its new BRZ Premium Sports Edition.
Thus far exclusive to the Japanese Domestic Market, the BRZ Premium Sports Edition upgrades the standard model with unique 17-inch alloys and an interior spruced up with two-tone black and tan leather, along with contrast-stitched Alcantara trim for the instrument cluster, center console and door panels. There's also a set of aluminum pedals, metal and carbon trim, black mirror housings and more.
The luxed-up model wears a sticker price of 3,034,500 yen, which translates to about $31k. That would make it about $6k more expensive than a base BRZ in the United States, but to put it into more relevant context, the upgrades represent a 241,500 yen ($2,450) premium over the top-spec BRZ Type S in Japan. Assuming Subaru could keep that price premium intact, do you think it would be wise to offer the BRZ Premium Sports Edition in North America? Vote in our poll below, then have your say in Comments.
If you're going to name a car after a specific location or region, you'd better make sure it's taken seriously in the place it's named for. You're not likely to see a Chevrolet Monte Carlo in Monaco, and the Alfa Romeo Montreal was never even officially offered in North America, but the Subaru Outback is another story.
Subaru apparently takes the Australian market, whose wilderness its jacked-up Legacy wagon is named for, very seriously. So it is apparently rolling out a revised version of the current Outback in Australia itself. The updated Outback, which arrives less than a year before the all-new model is expected to bow, answers Aussie customer feedback with a more rugged look. It's got new roof rails, body cladding, wheel arches, mud flaps, underbody protection plates and blacked-out headlight surrounds and grille trim.
The Motor Report reports that the AUD $2,500 worth of extra equipment - around $2,300 USD - comes with just an AUD $500 ($468) price hike. As far as we can tell, though, there are no plans to bring this latest look to our shores - Subaru has already detailed North America's Outback for the 2014 model year, and these changes aren't mentioned. Should this look be offered in our market? Vote in the poll below and then have your say in Comments.