The '97 received the suspension upgrade; the '92 has a coil-over kit for off road use. My '01 is a great car, I love the clean lines and it handles great, but now the '97 out handles it despite being a lowly wagon with H rated all season tires. I knew the AGX’s and Dobinson springs were a little overboard for the wagon, but damn they sure paid off. Sorry for any confusion, just trying to post with a little variance from the norm. This is also the first AGX/Dobinson combo I know of and a solution for those seeking a stock height suspension on their 95-99 Legacies that really performs. There has also been some confusion on the difference between the AGX struts (made for the Impreza or 90-94 Legacy) and the 95-99 stock struts. The fronts are the same, the stock rear 95-99 are longer and also have a slightly lower perch with longer overall springs. With lowering springs the backend ends up being lower than the front, something I did not have a problem with using the Dobinson springs.