wrx my05 vs liberty GT vs wait for wrx my06

Discussion in 'Subaru Impreza' started by Vlad, Dec 16, 2004.

  1. Vlad

    Vlad Guest

    Hi all,
    Thinking of changing my aging commodore.
    Would love a spirited ride for a change, and so far considered
    current model wrx or liberty GT. Would like to keep the car for many
    years.
    Problem is, in 8-10 month wrx is about to be replaced by a new model,
    which is going to devalue the current model. However liberty GT is a
    new model which should preserve the resale for a while to come.
    So the ultimate choice is: current wrx or liberty Gt or wait for my06
    wrx?
    What would you do?
    Anyone having major issues with liberty GT manual?

    Any info or comments are much appreicated!

    Cheers
    Vlad
     
    Vlad, Dec 16, 2004
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    David Betts Guest

    No idea what a Liberty is, but can't imagine it is in any sense
    competitive with a Rex. Waiting for a new model year is not a good
    idea. Most cars get worse, not better. The Scooby - whilst still a
    great car - has been steadily devalued over the years. Like most cars,
    it has been getting fatter and softer to better suit the less
    discerning user.

    David Betts
     
    David Betts, Dec 16, 2004
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    JC Guest

    libert = legacy for australia
    I have a liberty GT ...only has 2500 kms...pretty stoked so far
    jc
     
    JC, Dec 16, 2004
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    Bryan Lee Guest

    From what I read Subaru want to go back to it's root with the WRX. They
    ssay they want to make it leaner and more aimed toward performance. So if
    you can why not wait and see. I got my '04 WRX wagon in feb of this year.
    I kind of why I had waited a little longer because the '05 came out a few
    months later and has a better radio and the side skirts are painted to match
    the car. But I love my car I got it with the short throw shifter, upgraded
    alarm, and sub woofer for $22,500 and 1.9% for 60 months. So buying the
    car at that time was a no brainer.
     
    Bryan Lee, Dec 16, 2004
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    David Betts Guest

    Sorry, should have known that. Hot versions are pretty good by all
    accounts. It comes down to a matter of whether you need the bigger car
    or not.

    David Betts
     
    David Betts, Dec 17, 2004
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