2004 Subaru Impreza Consumer Review: Snow, mud and backpacking

2004 Subaru Impreza Wagon - Consumer Review

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Snow, mud and backpacking
By tdxtys5rte on


2004 Subaru Impreza WRX AWD 4dr Sport Wagon (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 5M)


As an outdoor person, the WRX wagon
cannot be beat for the fun, usability,
reliability and cargo. A mechanic by
trade, I could not forego the
reliability of Subaru when compared to
its European counterparts. I have had
it a little while now and still make
excuses to drive to the store or any
other reason to go out in the snow and
play. With a rear sway bar kit from
Hotchkis, the car, even as a wagon
rotates perfectly on its second
setting. Great car at a great price.
Managed to get it for $21,900 with 16
miles on the clock from the dealer
after several hours of negotiating.
Couldn't recomend it higher at the
price, functionality and fun factor.

Best Features

Engine, handling and performance upgrade ability. All for an amazing price.

Worst Features

Very minor gripe.Cup holders are very limited but people who buy this car aren't buying it for its starbucks ability.
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