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  • Edmunds has a detailed expert review of the Subaru Impreza Outback Sport. View our consumer ratings and reviews of the Impreza, and see what.

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    Second Head Room in Commuting to work Pros: The "Outback" variant added partial protective plastic side body cladding for off-road conditions and raised the suspension of the existing Legacy wagon to provide additional ground clearance. Narrow A-pillars allow for expansive tinted glass in the front that continues through the elongated side and stylish rear quarter-panel windows in the back. It has a very unique look to the car which I love.

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    Drove it for 7 years before the transmission and engine both needed work. Instead of fixing it, I had everything from a STI swapped into my car.

    Engine, trans, brakes, suspension, even the gas tank. It drives like a bat-out-of-hell and doesn't care if its raining or snowing. The car will rip off low 12 second quarter miles but its easy to drive and doesn't beat you up as a DD. Best mod besides the Brembos was adding in a bunch of sound insulation. Fantastic traction, handling and plenty of power. Easy to work on and fun to upgrade. Interior is low-rent but better than most domestic vehicles.

    Mighty Mighty Subaru — I bought the Subaru as a second car, to carry our kayaks out to the lake or to the river. This is my second Subaru for that purpose-the first one made it to 20 years and , MI. This one's at , with nothing more than routine maintenance. The AWD makes for gas mileage on the low side of the scale.

    Fortunately, we don't drive it a lot of miles. At 15 years and K, there's more rust than steel anymore, and the windows take forever to roll up. Still, they always DO roll up. I've owned this car for over three years and miles, with nothing more than oil changes.

    The previous owner took care of everything else up to that point, and it will probably rust out completely before it needs another timing belt, new brakes, or another tune up.

    Utility towing boats, transporting cargo, etc. Never gets stuck in snow or ice. Low cost of maintenance. Body rust started to be significant at ten years old. Fuel economy is only fair for a four cylinder five speed manual because of full time AWD. I go 2 weeks on a half tank of gas which is about miles. Its A Great Car — its fast amazing brakes handing good shape very very fast did some repairs new snow tires rims snow brakes seat covers stickers miles on runs great though it cost me 3, gas mileage is amazing its lot of fun to drive.

    It handles corners like a dream and the 25RS can beat most cars off the line regardless of horsepower. The interior is very driver friendly with everything within easy reach. The best thing is its beautiful right from the factory.

    The 98 25RS has the 2. Don't be surprised if you never see a red Impreza RS in person. I love the color and the look of the classic Impreza. I'm looking to sell it soon for a Legacy. Top Speed Only — exuast pipe makes a cool subaru noise quality very good, few bumps very small on front bumper from being resprayed it cost about 1, to buy this car goes mph but very fun, with 5 gears, in manual, without overdrive in otherwords, no overdrive.

    I'd Own Another One. It was bone stock. I had plans to do some mods to it but never did. I liked the look of the RS coupe and wanted to give this wagon the same look more like a rally car. It was fun to drive. Acceleration was good, braking was nice, handling was a blast. Many nights taking it through the windy west hills of Portland. Overall appearance of the stock model, so so.

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