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Old 08-24-2001, 10:30 AM   #1
Scooby Newbie
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Ok ,
I promise not to labor us too much more with this!


I now feel the SVX is a better car..if you add up everything, and speak strickly about stock vehicles.

True the WRX CAN beat it , but only barely, and at speeds above 80, the SVX is in a class of its own. I just wish the WRX didnt have to work-it quite so much to be fast. Its a little trying to stay above 4000rpm all day!

I am sure this is influenced by the type of roads we use daily..we are in Texas...long, strait , high speed, uncongested roads. I lived in Boston for 16 yrs and I am sure if I still lived there, the WRX would be the car of choice, much more fun with all the stop and go..

2 utterly different cars, for different purposes, but I wish my WRX had the same level of fit and finish, looks and style, and low end power. If the rumors of a new SVX come to pass , we will be first in line. 2nd in line if they dont offer a stick though..

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Old 08-24-2001, 01:24 PM   #2
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I agree for the most part. I still love my RS-T more than my SVX, but I do think the SVX is a better all around ride. Except the AC.... in PHX, at any time, the Impreza's AC is 1000000% better than the SVX's...

just my .05
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Old 08-25-2001, 10:58 PM   #3
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Kastle maybe your SVX's A/C needs recharged When the SVX's A/C is up to par its the coldest Subaru A/C I've seen
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