wrx wagon and size
I recently wrecked my toyota tacoma pick up truck and now in search of replacement car. Very interested in in the wrx wagons i just want to know if i should waste my time test driving one. I am 6'6" and 350lbs what kind of space are we talking in the wagons. My friends drive a regular STI and STI hatchback and room is a little tight for me. Does the wagon offer more room?
Also found a listing on CL for a wagon but I don't know much about all the mods. Let me know if this sounds like something worth checking out.
it's a 03' wrx wagon
Car is fast and runs and drives excellent!
Five speed, trans shift smooth and clutch is strong
New NGK iridium spark plugs
Car has brand new timing belt & all idler pully's
and tensioner was replaced
Brand new water pump & thermostat
Brand new Brake Pads with good rotars front & back
Brand new valve cover gaskets
Oil Change and filter just done
Coolant Flush done
Over $1300 in mantenece just done this week
Tires are in Good Shape one has a small bubble on side wall. Plenty of tread left.
Rims are very nice, just one in back has some curb rash
Suspension is nice and tight- Car rides Great
Exterior is nice -paint is in great shape - has a couple dings and scratches- typical with age
Completly rust free
Interior is in great shape
Carbon Fiber trimmed dashboard and front door cards
K & N short ram intake
Silicon turbo inlet tube
HKS blow off valve
Turbo back exhaust system
Kart boy end links
Skunk 2 lowering springs
Briaded Stainless Steel Brake Lines
Show floor mats
Sti side skirts.
Everything works in this Wrx wagon. No issues what so ever. No check engine light.
Car is ready to be driven. NO ISSUES!!
Title in hand
Clean Carfax will show when car is seen or if you want email me for vin and you can run yourself
It sounds like you'll need a set of tires (all four must be replaced at the same time to ensure they're within 1/32" to 2/32" of each other), a recirculating bypass valve (atmospheric-venting BOVs are known to cause a number of issues), and struts (lowering springs destroy stock struts... or better yet, ditch the lowering springs completely and go with another suspension setup).
I'd also switch up the intake.
Hopefully there is some type of "Stage 2" or protune on the car. That is pretty much necessary when running an aftermarket downpipe (part of the turbo back exhaust).
The other mods are ok.
The replaced valve cover gaskets are also a bit concerning.
Ask for a compression check.
It almost sounds like the previous owner has done just enough work to get the car in good enough shape to sell to an unsuspecting buyer. Dig a little deeper on that one to make sure that's not the case and if you're serious about buying it, use the above info as bargaining chips to get the price lower.
I've never sat in a wagon, so I can't comment on the interior.
Thanks a lot for the advice I will def use your advice. I would def prefer an un moded car seeing how this will be my daily driver.
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