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You can see it in the brochure:http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showthread.php?threadid=297627&referrerid=767
Since they mention the "Sport Wagon" in the "WRX Pres Release" I think we can be sure there is an 04 WRX wagon in addition to the TS and OBS.
I'll take one in silver with a moonroof and cold weather package. Thank you very much. Now if we can get them to at least make those cool anthracite 17" wheels they have in Europe an option I'll be pleased as punch.
bandwidth-challenged users-- the STi information is only on pages 5-8. (you can probably tell that by the thumbnails, but just in case.)
notice on the spec sheet (page 8) that the STi's tires are described specifically as "summer radials"? that's because the car cannot achieve good test numbers (skidpad, slalom, braking) with all-season tires. but yet if they ship it with summer-only tires and some pinhead doesn't change them out in real wintry conditions they might *blame* Subaru for making something AWD yet dangerous in the snow.
personally I think it's the right call. the car should have 17" wheels with summer performance tires stock. and then every owner who will drive it in ice & snow should buy a set of 16" wheels with winter tires (preferably) or at least all-seasons.
http://www.subaru-sti.co.jp/blitzen2003/I guess no manual offered on B4 now, huh? Bummer. I'm not sure I can commit to an auto-manual. I really, really, like rowing my own with a clutch and all. Hard to tell without knowing Japanese. All the pics of the interior show the auto-manual, but the closeup of the pedals shows, well, 3 pedals plus the dead pedal. Hmmmmm. Ken, what's it say?
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