2002 WRX for 7k


Asked by Aug 26, 2016 at 02:07 PM about the Subaru WRX

Question type: General

I live in Denver Colorado and found a WRX
for 7k. Is that to much? The body has 143k
on it and the engine has 18k. Here's the
details he's posted:

-Rebuilt motor (brand new short block,
rebuilt heads. While motor was out, I
replaced throw out bearing, upgraded
clutch, timing belt, fluids...)
-New battery last week
-Short ram intake
-Perrin silicon turbo intake
-Custom map tune from Superupair
-Just had A/C charged, blows cold

-3" Invidia catless downpipe (comes with
original downpipe too if you need it)
-3" Greddy catback exhaust
-Catless uppipe

-Replaced rear shocks 4 months ago

-Premium interior (Momo steering wheel,
carbon fiber trim, STI shifter..)
-Upgraded stereo (single disc, MP3, USB
-Upgraded speakers

-Aftermarket 17" black wheels
-Ceramic brake pads (replaced rear pads 4
months ago)
-Has some hail damage on hood but
otherwise body and paint is in great
-Aftermarket brighter head lights

2 Answers


sounds like a well looked after automobile to me which has had a lot of cash invested in it, consult a local technician who will be able to give the automobile a check prior to the handover

Bob Beaman

Uhhh, it is 14 years old and it is a Subaru. I say avoid it.

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