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Old 11-02-2009, 10:28 PM   #51
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3 years and if it cought on fire i wouldnt miss it
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Old 11-02-2009, 10:29 PM   #52
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Originally Posted by Kroze View Post
I have my Honda fit for about 8 months now and I want to get rid of it because I want something with a little power. Otherwise, the car is a great daily driver that get great gas mileage & can haul a lot of stuff. Maintenance is super cheap too.

Or are you one of those who love their car and will never part with it.

Yeah so the second auto x i ever did i got owned by a pro in a honda fit with not sway bars. she was running sitcky's and on two wheels around every corner. LLearned since then... driver is 90% and just cause your car is fast doesnt mean its set up right. my wrx was very poorly set up and tuned... no boost tell 4k and horrible suspension. lesson learned. STI is a beautiful machine
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Old 11-02-2009, 11:23 PM   #53
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i waited two years to finally get my subaru next month. i have so many memories in my 98 camry. wow it brought me to places and made me learn about my cooling system and ****ing headgasket problems
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Old 11-03-2009, 12:54 AM   #54
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Originally Posted by UFOpilot View Post
That was your choice. I went the other route, I'm pretty happy. Then again I love my wagon. I started on a mission to slowly morph her into a track only girl and I don't plan on changing that up.
i would do that but im kinda tight on money.. so im just gonna save up through college and hopefully by this time next year ill have my new wagon..
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Old 11-03-2009, 09:13 AM   #55
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Originally Posted by rexman2002 View Post
the wrx since May 2001, civic since 1998, will never get rid of either one. Both reliable cars, civic gets 37+ miles to a gallon on the highway.
I have a similar situation beginning November of 2001. Two reliable cars with complementary opposites.

02 wrx stage 3 running with tune for 97 octane (I experiment, and
I don't need fancy stuff in it, like cruise control or AC.

02 Honda Odyssey on 89 octane (my wife does not experiment, but at
times hauls 3 grand daughters and an incredible amt of stuff all over.

The wrx gets 24 to 25 mpg, but can also get as low as 22, and as high as 31 mpg. Neither have beee used for routine commuting. Both have been well maintained.

The wrx by me, or more rarely, a Subaru Master mechanic. The Honda is turned over to Honda for maintenance; since it doesn't interest me. It is done on time rather than mileage.

The wrx has > 2x the odometer miles than the minivan. Neither burns oil between changes.
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Old 11-03-2009, 09:50 AM   #56
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I've had my current black 02 WRX wagon for almost year now. I think I will be keeping it around for a long time. Before this one I had an 02 silver WRX sedan. I needed more room and hated the color, so it made sense to get rid of it for the wagon.
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