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Agreed. All the sales research I've read said (at least for the hatch) was over 50% of the WRX sales were Hatch.

 

Try 45%.

 

All those regulations would cause even performance cars be electrical like Tesla or hybrid like Koenigsegg.

 

Did you really just bring up Koenigsegg as a point of comparison in a thread about a Legacy?

 

They estimated 35mpg, I forget the horsepower but something like 335hp or something. That's fuel efficiency isn't it?

 

I got close to 35mpg a few times in my WRX. No great shakes.

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Did you really just bring up Koenigsegg as a point of comparison in a thread about a Legacy?

 

Yup.

 

Realize that technology used in supercars do trickle down to other cheaper cars over time. It's not as crazy as you may think.

 

Christian von Koenigsegg also used to own a Subie as a daily driver, I'm not sure if he still do.

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Hey Guys. I just heard a terrible rumor that there might NOT be a GT variant for the Legacy in 2020! If the rumor proves to be true, this is TERRIBLE news for the future of the Legacy, and I predict Subaru will probably be bankrupt within a few years tops if they don't right the ship. Here's to hoping it's just a rumor. :mad:
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Hey Guys. I just heard a terrible rumor that there might NOT be a GT variant for the Legacy in 2020! If the rumor proves to be true, this is TERRIBLE news for the future of the Legacy, and I predict Subaru will probably be bankrupt within a few years tops if they don't right the ship. Here's to hoping it's just a rumor. :mad:

 

I was thinking the other day that the number of 05-12 GT's will only go down and that the life of this forum as we know it won't last much more than 5-10 more years.

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I was thinking the other day that the number of 05-12 GT's will only go down and that the life of this forum as we know it won't last much more than 5-10 more years.

 

Is it possible for the number of '12 LGT's to go down?

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When did they stop? 11? idgaf. I owned two and never plan own another.

 

Apparently there were '12s. I thought they made something like 103 2010's and 7 2011's before shutting it down.

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according to GTEASER, the 2012 GT is more rare than a Spec B, too bad it wasn't coveted :lol:

 

I think there were close to the same number of each made in its final year, 112 Spec B's in 2009 and I think I read where in 2012 they made that many GT's or was it 113 ?

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I don't think many hard core subaru lovers would love to buy a 5th gen Legacy GT, but a lot of them would love to get their hands on a Spec B. Hell, if I could get an 07 or 08 for 10 grand or less, I would do it and put a IAG Stage 3 block and a 20G in it.
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Make it like this:

 

 

http://legacygt.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=255349&stc=1&d=1505352368

 

or like this:

 

http://legacygt.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=255351&stc=1&d=1505352941

 

Put 2.4DIT, 6 speed, HID/LED headlights, multilink rear suspension - pretty much what's available on other Subarus already.

 

Call for deposit check.

 

Problem solved.

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2005 LGT Wagon Limited 6 MT RBP Stage 2 - 244K

2007 B9 Tribeca Limited DGM - 243K

SOLD - 2005 OB Limited 5 MT Silver - 245K

SOLD - 2010 OB 6 MT Silver - 205K

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Correct. And you never ever will. :drevillaugh: :lol:

 

Car & Driver this month has an article about station wagons (I at least think it was C&D) They list some of the raised wagon as wagons such as the Outback, Volvo XC, VW/Audi Alltrack. Subaru Outback sales basically dominates that definition of a wagon with 85% of the market. If you take the raised wagons out of the equation. The traditional sedan height wagon only comprised of 5 vehicles with 11,000 total sales through the 1st half of this calendar year. This is about 0.1% of US vehicle production. The wagon market is practically dead in the US.

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Car & Driver this month has an article about station wagons (I at least think it was C&D) They list some of the raised wagon as wagons such as the Outback, Volvo XC, VW/Audi Alltrack. Subaru Outback sales basically dominates that definition of a wagon with 85% of the market. If you take the raised wagons out of the equation. The traditional sedan height wagon only comprised of 5 vehicles with 11,000 total sales through the 1st half of this calendar year. This is about 0.1% of US vehicle production. The wagon market is practically dead in the US.

 

But what about the 3 people on here who want one.

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If only Subaru could offer the 2.0 Levorg to the rest of the world, that would satisfy a lot of the 4th gen huggers.

 

 

This would do:

 

http://legacygt.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=255367&stc=1&d=1505435827

 

Another angle:

 

 

http://legacygt.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=255368&stc=1&d=1505435827

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2005 LGT Wagon Limited 6 MT RBP Stage 2 - 244K

2007 B9 Tribeca Limited DGM - 243K

SOLD - 2005 OB Limited 5 MT Silver - 245K

SOLD - 2010 OB 6 MT Silver - 205K

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