Color: World Rally Blue
Horsepower: 268 hp
Curb weight: 3,267 tlbs
MPG: 21 city / 28 highway (Getting closer to 30 in real world avg)
Transmission: 6 Speed Manual
Engine: 2.0 L Turbocharged 4-cylinder
Factory Powertrain Warranty: 5 years / 60,000 mi (~2 years and 20k mi left)
-Fumoto Oil Change Valve (for tool-less oil changes)
-Rally Armour mud flaps
-Car is otherwise stock and warrantied by Subaru of America
-Brand New Brake Pads and Rotors
-Comes with Rhino Roof Rack (will need side plates maybe)
-Oil and filter changed 1000 mi ago
-Two sets of wheels; OEM Summer and Sparco Winter (see below)
-Sparco Terra Wheels with TPMS and Winter Tires Included (lots of tread left)
-I am the first owner, purchased at new Anchor Subaru in 2015
-Title is clear; held at Navy Federal Credit Union with $7000 payoff
Tons more images here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...3x?usp=sharing
"This car is awesome, why are you selling it?"
I no longer want a car payment. Also; I have a house with a garage so it's time to get something a little less practical with fewer seats.
"Can I drive it?"
Did you bring cash or a certified bank check? Then yes. If not; I'm happy to drive it around for you or we can go to your local mechanic.
"The bank still owns the car, how can I get it financed?"
I'm happy to conduct the final transactions at the NFCU branch in Sterling VA. There are plenty of options from escrow to pre-approved personal auto loans.
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"Will you accept [fill in offer]?"
Come to see it before you make an offer. The car is competitively priced for what it is. As of writing this, the cheapest WRX I found was $17k with a salvage title and 70k miles (Craigslist) and the most expensive was about $24k with 46k miles (Carmax). I know I'm not Carmax, but the car does have some warranty left and comes with a second set of really nice wheels.
Apologies if I missed anything!
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