At least you're open to other options, looking at the used market, I rather just get an older generation WRX STi.I was thinking of going and buying an older Evo, I just feel too much like a traitor if I do that though haha
Those I've heard were great vehicles. Good power and handles great. Reliable. But I've always had a soft spot for the 2005ish.At least you're open to other options, looking at the used market, I rather just get an older generation WRX STi.
Still liking the idea of owning one of these...
Totally agree. Like everything possible has already been done to them, from widebody, clean and stance, to full on track beast GT looking type setups.That gen is indeed the truly iconic one and one with the largest aftermarket. If you're looking to do a lot of modifications and don't mind doing mods already widely done, then that would be a good option.
Outgoing gen I posted still has room left for creativity.
That's the thing, if the loss is minimal, I really don't mind too muchYeah no doubt. It's a road i'm willing to take if I don't get from this new generation what I want, even if its a temporary 1-2 year vehicle. Plus buying it used your financial loss over that short timeframe is minimal.