Please message me with questions at: email@example.com .
I'm Selling my 2016 Limited Edition Crystal White Pearl
Subaru WRX STI, with 5652 miles.
I Own this Car Outright, their are NO LIENS! I have a CLEAN TITLE IN HAND Ready for the New Owner. I'm selling the
car because Im not going to need it when I move out of state. With that said, I'm in no hurry to sell the car.
I purchased the car New Fully Loaded With the Following Options/Parts aswell.
Options/Parts List From Dealer....
Full Leather Interior / This car is a Limited edition and does not have the CHEAP Alcantera/Suade inserts on the
Seats or the door panels. It's is All Leather!
Limited Edition Upgraded Sound System.
Low Profile Rear Spoiler Option.
Full Leather Interior
STI Short Throw Shifter- $478.00
STI Front under spoiler- $399.00
STI Rear under spoiler- $499.00
STI Left/Right Rear Quarter under Spoiler- $335.00
STI Left/Roght Side under spoiler- $499.00
STI Shift Knob- MT- $184.00
Center Armrest Extension- $158.00
Rear (Trunk) Cargo Tray- $81.00
Rear (Trunk) Cargo Net- $79.00
Wheel Locks Kit- $78.00
Footwell Illumination kit (Red)- $202.00
Auto Dimming Mirror With Compass- $232.00
Vortex Generator ( had dealer Paint it to Color match the car)- $200.00
3yrs / 36,000 Miles
5yrs / 60,000 miles Powertrain
5yrs Unlimited Miles Rust Perforation
3yrs 36,000 miles 24/7 Roadside Assistance
Crystal Fusion Window/Glass protectant. 5year Warranty.
Amazing Glaze Paint Treatment. 5year Warranty.
Vantage Preferred Plus Service Agreement Insurance.
1) Tire & Wheel
2) Dent & Ding
3) Windshield Repair
& 24 hour Roadside Insurance.
Other Parts Added.....
Nameless Performance Cat-Back Exhaust System With 3-1/2" Duel Double wall Tips and Muffler Delete- $1000.00
Cobb SF Air Intake System With Airbox- $335.00
Cobb Accessport V3- $650.00
Whiteline Rear Sway Bar & End Links- $250.00
Rally Armor Mud Flaps- $175.00
OLM RuF Top Rear Spoiler- $250.00
WeatherTech FloorLiner - Digital Fit All Weather Floormats- $250.00
Window Tint- $200.00
***All Stock Parts will be included with the Sale***
This Car is Adult Owned, Was never a daily driver, And is Garage Kept! I Take Meticulous care of my Vehicles! This
Car Has Never Been Put through A Car Wash! It has only been Hand Washed By Myself.
For the Engine Break in period I Changed The Oil & Oil Filter With the Subaru Factory Recomended Full synthetic 5W
30 Motor Oil At
And I have the Oil & Oil Filter ready for the new Owner.
This Car is Very Fast, It Handles like its on Rails and Sounds Amazing!!!
I always get Compliments and Thumbs up with this car! c
2016 Subaru Wrx Sti Limited on 2040-cars
Cumberland Furnace, Tennessee, United States
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Auto blogTue, 02 Sep 2014 13:29:00 EST
Despite on-again, off-again rumors, this latest set of spy shots seems to indicate that yes, a five-door Subaru WRX is indeed in the works. Subtlety is key with this test mule, but there are clear bits of evidence that indicate a hotter hatchback is what's being developed here.
First, notice the WRX-spec front fascia grafted onto this ordinary-looking Impreza hatch. From there, we can clearly see the tiny bit of added width - most obvious on the roof and at the rear, near the fuel door and taillamps. And of course, let's not forget about that bulge in the hood, consisting of a metal panel that covers the hood scoop and can apparently be removed thanks to a series of screws, according to our spies. The WRX's more robust exhaust and larger wheel/tire package have not been added to this mule, though we're told that this is commonplace for Subaru prototypes - those bits should be added on as the car's development progresses.
We fully expect a WRX hatchback to be, well, just that - mechanically, it should be identical to the sedan brethren, though our spies indicate that Subaru could be testing an updated version of the WRX-spec boxer engine. Of course, there's always a chance that this could be something else entirely, given the on-and-off reports of the five-door 'Rex's existence in the first place...
Fans of the sweet-handling Subaru BRZ awaiting some performance enhancements got their hopes up earlier this month when parent Fuji Heavy Industries dropped some teasers hinting at an apparent STI version, but as was subsequently suspected, the model in question - now revealed in full - stops short of being a full-on STI model.
What we're looking at here is the new Subaru BRZ tS, which incorporates a series of enhancements but leaves the engine alone. Available exclusively in the Japanese Domestic Market, the BRZ tS package includes a thicker driveshaft, a front lip spoiler, Brembo ventilated brake discs packed inside 18-inch wheels and a smattering of STI logos inside and out. STI has also upgraded the suspension components, retuned the stability control and exhaust note and enhanced the interior with some carbon and Alcantara touches. An additional GT package includes further upgrades, most noticeably the giant rear wing (made of carbon fiber) shown above, black-painted alloys and Recaro bucket seats.
Only 500 examples of the BRZ tS will be offered in Japan, with no more than 250 of those outfitted with the supplementary GT package. Here's hoping Subaru gives us a taste on this side of the Pacific as well - or better yet, maybe they'll quit joking around and give us the full-on STI already.
Because the Toyota GT86, Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ coupes are now a reality, it's almost hard to imagine the struggle that had to happen within the large, conservative corporate structures at both automakers for the joint project to even get off of the ground.
Speaking to those struggles on Toyota UK's Toyota Blog, GT86 Chief Engineer Tetsuya Tada enlightens us with a recap of the sports car's earliest origins. For Tada, the first stages of the project must have seemed almost as dreamlike as the final product is to drive.
Said the Chief, "I had been working in the minivan department engineering new product, but a month after the meeting I was summoned. 'Forget about minivans,' they said, 'you are now working on the sports-car project.'"