Never thought I'd own a 4 cylinder, but
the stock 1.8T has every bit as much
grunt as my VR6. This is my daily
driver now. And with an upgraded
performance chip - even more power on
tap! Great brakes, gearing, seats,
awesome wheels/tires, and suspension is
just right. Bottom line, big bang for
the buck. If you're looking for more
bells and whistles, buy another model.
This is akin to a drivers car.
Brakes, wheels, brakes, six-speed,
brakes, seats, brakes, tires,
suspension, did I mention brakes??
Okay, the car is a blast to drive, city or
highway. Say goodbye to the
Eclipses, will stay with the WRX.
Even smoked an older Porsche.
Transmission sucks, soft in the
corners. Has been to the dealer for
the defective ignition coil thang and a
squeaky door. Good for trips to
Home Depot as well as a jaunt down
the Seward highway. Great in the
snow and ice, I just hope this thing
can hold up until I get it paid off !
Sunroof, Torquey, Low-Key, have
kept it stock because it's already
easy enough to get a speeding ticket
in this thing.
Questionable craftsmanship, will this
hold up ? Although I don't exactly
pound this thing, it seems like it
needs special treatment. In Alaska,
go with the WRX, altough kind of
cheapish, they seem to hold up
better than some of the 3-4 year old
Golf's I see around.
I trully love my 337. I've never had a
car that was fun to drive; this one
is. Very fun to pick up a friend and
jump on the road. Curves are the best.
Did have one problem; an ignition coil
went out. The AAA roadside service
towed it 15 miles to Pasadena and I got
a loaner for the day. They fixed it at
no expense, so I was happy. They did
say that there was a bad batch of
ignition coils, so it might happen
18" wheeles, Ricarro seats.
Move the cup holder so you can see the
radio when it's open!!! Btw, the
dealer told me it's in that lame
position because it's a US add on.
Guess the Europeans don't drink