I bought my WRX in April of 2001 which
was the first year they were produced.
When I first saw it, I thought that from
the front it looked like a bulldog and
since every bulldog I have ever known
was named spike I named my WRX "Spike"
and it immeditatly became a member of
the family. After three years and 35000
miles it has never let me down. In that
time it has developed only one minor
problem: a slight gasoline leak that was
quickly taken care of. I know that when
it comes time to trade Spike, that it's
going to be like having to put down your
The turbo. Even though I don't make a
habit of hotroding it, it's comfortable
knowing that if I wanted to, I could and
to see the look on their face when a
gray-headed 67 year old man blows their
I can't see where they could improve the
car. The only suggestion I could come up
with is that although the service is
very accommodating, It's just so darn
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