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    2002 Subaru Impreza - WRX (M5) Sedan

    Pros: power/weight ratio

    Cons: front end styling

    Advice: get one

    Best 0-60mph/$ spent, this side of a motorcycle. Fun to drive. Quiet and steady at 90 mph. Great in snow (of course).

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    2002 Subaru Impreza - 2.5RS (M5) Sedan

    Pros: Auto shut off headlights

    Cons: Stock stereo, it's kinda weak

    Advice: If you get it, keep it clean and looking good. Baby it.

    I'm 21 and my car is my baby. It handles better than anything I've ever driven, and is the smoothest ride I've ever been in as well. I love that it has the 'get-up-and-go' when I want it and the 'whoa!' when I need it. As far as the looks go, mine doesn't look like the picture, it looks better with rounded headlights and a smooth hood. It also has no fog lamps, but rather openings for them, but those are covered. So I love the way it looks. It has indeed turned the head of many envious mini-van driving fathers, and guys my age as well.

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    2002 Subaru Impreza - WRX (M5) Sedan

    Pros: Smooth power

    Cons: elbow rest for right arm (kept catching my down jacket while shifting)

    Advice: you probably don't need this car

    OH MY GOD!!! I want one, but my teenage driver kids would kill themselves. Comfortable, quiet, easy to drive, and goes like a bat out of ----. Trundles around quite nicely in town, looks mundane, DON'T hammer the gas untill you need to be gone. Then you are. I loved it!!!

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    2002 Subaru Impreza - WRX (M5) Sedan

    Pros: The acceleration and handling

    Cons: The Back seats should fold down

    Advice: Get one fast....they are underpriced!

    I just traded in my '99 Cougar V6 for the WRX Sedan. While I enjoyed the Cougar, this WRX BLOWS IT AWAY!! The power, feel and handling of the car are amazing. It makes you feel like you own the road. I like the unassuming external appearance; it makes me smirk to pull up next to a Mustang, the new Acura, or even a BMW, knowing who's car has more giddy up.

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    2002 Subaru Impreza - WRX (M5) Sedan

    Pros: Overall handling and performance

    Cons: No scan feature on the radio

    Advice: Test drive it

    This car offers it all! If you like performance, fuel economy, and handling, this is the vehicle. I read all of the reviews, and for the most part they were accurate about the pluses and minuses of the design. Looks aren't the greatest, but the more you drive it, the better it looks.

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    2002 Subaru Impreza - WRX (M5) Wagon

    Pros: Performance

    Cons: Some corners cut on interior, finish, etc.

    Advice: Test drive it-You'll know right away if this car is your cup of tea!

    The WRX Sport wagon is in my opinion one of the best values on the maket. All-wheel drive combined with a turbocharged boxer engine produces some serious fun. The car accelerates with great speed, especially upwards of 3000 rpm, and corners with total precision. The car reacts beautifully to the driver-as an added plus, the wagon offers a fair amount of cargo space, and all models have full power and a decent sound system. I actually look forward to driving, even in traffic!

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    2002 Subaru Impreza - WRX (M5) Sedan

    Pros: Accelaration

    Cons: Cargo space, pass trough needs to be bigger, or split rear seats would be appreciated

    Advice: Make sure you get the wagon if you need cargo space. Other than that, the car is great

    This car is great, accelaration is excellent. Handling is great too, although I wouldn't mind it a little bit stiffer. Fuel ecomony is about what I expected, between 20 and 30 mpg mostly near 20 around town, but I drive a little heavy footed. Build quality is good, the only rattle I noticed in 10000miles was the spare tire squeaking on the metal bed in the trunk on my bumpy gravel driveway. I got some 17in wheels, OZ Prodrive P1's for those in the know that really add character and a few extra mph in corners. The stock tires are nothing special but I'm going to use them in winter...