FS: 2017 WRX STI

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Johnny_P
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Drives: Burble
Location: The welfare line

2017, “base” model
14,9xx miles
Never modified, fully stock

305 HP EJ257 motor
Sublime 6 MT with direct linkage
Hydraulic steering rack
Brembo 4 piston fixed calipers
Driver controlled limited slip diff
-Front helical LSD
-Rear torsen locking LSD
-Center has 2 diffs, a limited slip that proportions 41/59 power split (rear bias), and an electronically controlled lock up that runs parallel, sensitivity of which is controlled by the driver.
Fully defeatable traction control

STIs of this build included the following stock:
LED head and tail lights
Fog lights
Alcantara seats with red leather accents
Red gauges and interior lighting
Auto headlights
Auto dual zone climate control
No sunroof

Serviced by Subaru except for this last job that brakes were replaced. I feel that job was sub par and not to my standards. I will knock $200 off whatever the agreed price is or change the pads to OE before you take it.

Pics later today.

I love this car but I’m just not using it. Making payments and paying insurance, registration, inspection etc for it seems incredibly pointless given my current life situation. I will be sad to see it go. It was a dream car of mine since high school.

$28,400 was best trade offer from Carvana. Willing to go a bit lower for my DFD friends. Let’s talk.
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Johnny_P
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So many good memories and great drives with this car. I'm going to miss it. It never let me down, it was always a joy to drive. Always consistent in its operation, with a super connected feel that is missing in almost every single new car aside from the BRZ. I will probably regret doing this, but in my current situation I am better served by being a single car household. They say you can always get another. I say they will never make it this raw again, this is truly going to be the last of its kind.
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