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It would look good in my driveway regardless of which side the steering wheel was on. Lowered 2 inches with race slicks it would be even better. Add a nameless delete, and the neighbors wouldn't care either.

 

 

. . . . . however, if it was for sale I'd buy it

 

And Mrs. Boxkita would not object? :lol:

 

By the way, how's the head gasket project coming? Been just about a year now, right?

 

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Or...

 

...and I'm just putting this out there...

 

...you may buy the sedan version called a WRX :hide:

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ILevorg spelled backwards is grovel!

 

 

Brilliant!!!

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The leaked document has been around ~6 months and says wrx/sti hatch. The general consensus is that it will be Impreza hatch not the Levorg wagon.

 

They can call it whatever they want. When I parked next to a '15 Impreza recently I noticed a pretty similar wheelbase (just checked, Impreza is 1" shorter). I'm willing to give up a bit of trunk space for a 6MT, especially given there's no other option.

 

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They can call it whatever they want. When I parked next to a '15 Impreza recently I noticed a pretty similar wheelbase (just checked, Impreza is 1" shorter). I'm willing to give up a bit of trunk space for a 6MT, especially given there's no other option.

 

Andy

 

Trunk space?

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I've come to accept that I can't have it all from Subaru.

 

Unless you're saying that I should've said hatch space, in which case you're wasting my time.

 

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Testy, aren't we?

 

Guess humor is lost on you.

 

 

Let me spell it out for you.

 

My Legacy is a wagon. Doesn't have a trunk.

 

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Hello forum,

 

The Levorg is on sale where I am.

 

I ordered mine at the end of September (Tokyo Subaru's fiscal year apparently starts in October...) and am still waiting.

 

Should arrive by the end of this month. In the meantime soldiering on with 08 LGT, which is no hardship.

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Whats a Levorg?

 

 

From Wikipedia:

 

The Subaru Levorg is a mid-size car manufactured since 2014 by Fuji Heavy Industries and sold under the Subaru brand. According to Subaru, the name Levorg is a combination of three words, LEgacy, reVOlution, touRinG The Levorg shares its platform with the Impreza, and the Legacy.

 

Coming soon to a (Japanese) dealer near you!

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Whats a Levorg?

 

A Levorg is what you get when pieces of 4th gen Legacy wagon DNA are inserted into the latest WRX's genome. At least in the 2.0L model.

 

Subaru and Japanese journalists say the Levorg was produced because 5th & 6th gen Legacys have never really caught on in Japan. Too big, and too US oriented.

 

Owners of the older cars have not upgraded - that's me, or have moved to other brands - me had there been no Levorg. So a gap developed in a part of the market in Japan that Subaru once bossed.

 

Levorg is the solution to that problem. It appears to have worked.

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A Levorg is what you get when pieces of 4th gen Legacy wagon DNA are inserted into the latest WRX's genome. At least in the 2.0L model.

 

Subaru and Japanese journalists say the Levorg was produced because 5th & 6th gen Legacys have never really caught on in Japan. Too big, and too US oriented.

 

Owners of the older cars have not upgraded - that's me, or have moved to other brands - me had there been no Levorg. So a gap developed in a part of the market in Japan that Subaru once bossed.

 

Levorg is the solution to that problem. It appears to have worked.

They all need to figure out the same thing is happening in the US. Alot of gt and xt owners are "moving on" cause the new legacies suck. Only a rare few move to the wrx/sti.

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