2004 Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX AWD 4dr Sedan w/Premium Package(2.0L 4cyl Turbo 5M)
It's a fast car, good engine
reliability, and it has AWD, but the
built in quality is so so. Squeaking
is everywhere (window is squaking when
you roll down). Dash board is ratling
here and there. Seat is good for
driving around the city, but it's bad
for out of town.
The engine is user friendly. A lot of
aftermarket parts. The less money you
can be the king of the street, I mean
you can upgrade the turbo for really
cheap price compared to other.
Better interior, better built in
quality, better stock tires.
2004 Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX AWD 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 5M)
If your a looking for a practical
performance sedan with the accent on
performance then look no further. This
car is definitely in a class by
itself. Discretely packaged, quiet,
comfortable and an absolute blast to
Momo steering wheel, sport seats,
aluminum pedals, tubocharged
intercooled engine, all wheel drive,
rear lsd, taut suspension.
Cup holders are all but useless,
factory radio/speakers are awful.
Engine is a little lazy under 3000 rpm.
2004 Subaru Impreza Sedan 2.5 RS AWD 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 5M)
I expect to put about 250,000 miles on
this car at a rate of 50,000 miles per
year driving the car for business. If
you don't mind a taut suspension, the
car accelerates briskly and handles
brilliantly regardless of weather or
road conditions. I used to drive a 99
Subaru Legacy 2.5 GT and this car is
much livelier although the suspension
is less forgiving on rough pavement. If
reliability, AWD and the "fun-to-drive"
factor are high priorities for you,
then give this car serious
consideration. Its back seat is cramped
for adults but can be used for smaller
children. If you want a more sedate
ride, then check out a Legacy.
AWD, performance and handling,
reliability and Subaru reputation.
Note - Subaru of America repaired an
A/C compressor on my 99 Legacy--outside
of the warranty period--because they
felt that it shouldn't have failed.
Subaru earned a customer for life!
Have options, which should be standard,
such as fog lights, the extended
armrest and the spoiler port installed.
Subaru should be embarrassed by the way
their otherwise excellent dealers try
to gouge for installing options.