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Notice the lacking in power comments and the comments that the OZ does not differ mechanically from the ES or LS. Also, The ES is available with a convenience package that gives you the fold-down rear seat, body-colored door handles, and keyless entry. Even with that package on the ES the OZ is $1500 more. If you want to pay $1500 for some 15" wheels and floor mats that's up to you. But I would rather them have taken the $1500 and done something with the engine, brakes, and some real wheels and tires. But to each his own.
You can debate 0-60 times and get numbers from different sources all day long if we want to. But lets use a source we all obviously have access to.
here's a Civic coupe but the HP is the same and the weight shouldn't be that different between a EX sedan and an EX coupe.
Edmunds puts my car at 7.9 seconds but it does put the Lancer at 9.5 seconds ..
If you are happy with your 120HP that's great .. I hope you do like your car. But that doesn't make it as quick as a Civic or a better buy for everybody.
It may take a few mins to load on a slow connection.I've had 2 Subaru 2.5RS coupes (a 99 and a 2000) both of which were great cars. Unless there's a massive difference in the US spec car, I'll be an Evo driver next spring. Unless Subaru get with the program on that facelifted WRX STi and import that in reasonable time and it checks out.
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