Subaru Impreza WRX STi for Sale in Norco, CA

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$19,998 89,690 mi.

2011 Subaru Impreza WRX STi Base

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  • Ext. Color: Silver
  • Int. Color: Other
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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Huntington Beach Chrysler Dodge Ram
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(888) 519-3491
2.2 (189 reviews)
28 mi. from 92860
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More than worth the trip
by J. Gatewood from Modesto, CA
November 5, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 2.2 (189 reviews)
My wife and I were in the market for either a GMC Acadia or Buick Enclave. We live in Modesto, CA and had been searching throughout Northern California. It seemed like every vehicle we found with our preferred mileage/year/equipment was just a few 1000 out of our price range. To top it off, it seemed like no dealer would budge on the price when we inquired. My wife and I took a trip to So-Cal for a quick trip to Disneyland as our annual passes will be expiring soon and we wouldn't be able to get away for the long holiday weekend due to work. While waiting in line for rides, we decided to browse the internet, thinking maybe prices would be better than up North. We found a much larger selection, but similar pricing to the dealers near home. Then we found Huntington Beach Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram and they had two Acadia's that seemed to be what we wanted with much better prices than we expected to find. I e-mailed the dealer asking if the vehicle was still available and got a phone call back within the hour. We scheduled an appointment for noon the next day. We got up the next morning and decided to go to the dealer early. We were contacted by phone at about 10 AM to confirm we would be showing up. We told them we were ready and could come in early. The same salesman (Miguel) I spoke to on the phone was quick to greet us, despite not being scheduled. He took us over to see both cars, let us drive them both and then asked what he could do for us. We asked for a little off the price, which we didn't get, but I wasn't expecting as the price was already $3-4k off what we would have paid for a similar vehicle in Northern California. Once we agreed on a price, the manager Anthony came over to explain our different financing options and how we could save the most money in that process. Miguel then took the car over for a final detail and cleaning while we went and finalized the contract. They took us in to meet Executive Sales Manager Chris Amato, who was already finishing up our paperwork. Chris was very gregarious and outgoing, asking us plenty of questions about what got us to the dealership, why we chose the car, etc. He also gave us a better explanation of how they were able to give us such a great price. Basically, since the dealer is so high volume, they don't have to make such high markups on each vehicle. Chris finished up the paperwork and transferred it all to a really neat desktop monitor that displayed all the contracts and allowed us to sign electronically. Finally, we were finished with the paperwork, Chris walked us back out to the showroom where we waited a few minutes for the detailing to be finished. Miguel showed up with the vehicle, handed us the keys and we were on our way back home to Modesto. All told it was maybe 3 1/2 hours from the time we arrived, to driving off, which seems to be pretty quick from what I understand of the car buying experience. Throughout the day, various members of the staff made sure to check on us and see if we needed anything to drink or anything like that. I would HIGHLY reccomend this dealership to anyone buying a new or used vehicle. They really go the extra mile to make sure you are comfortable throughout the experience and don't pressure you into anything you don't feel comfortable with. This was a great experience and more than worth the trip. I will most likely look to make a trip down again for our next car purchase.
STI for Everyday
by Horizontal1138 from Richmond, Va
August 2, 2018
4
You either hate the way this car looks or you love it. I've had two, so you know which category I fall in. The AWD is great, the engine is punchy, without much lag from the turbocharger, and it's actually not a bad people hauler. Subaru hasn't done any real overhauls to this engine since the STI was first released state-side in 2004. It's still a good engine, but doesn't benefit from technological improvements that have been introduced such as variable scroll turbochargers or direct injection. Both of these would increase power and fuel economy. While the car does have 3 driving modes, the Intelligent (fuel efficient) mode has never returned me more that 22MPG, which is terrible for a 4 cylinder. The car is powerless and a complete bummer to drive in that mode. Stick with Sport or Sport Sharp, and sacrifice the 2 MPG you lose. The STI is really brought to life by piggyback systems like the Cobb Accessport. It's money well spent adding something like this to the car. Power increases and is more consistent throughout the entire rev range. I came out of a BMW and into this car because I needed a 4-door, so I might be a little biased, but like I said this is the 2nd STI I have owned (previous was 2004). The seats are not that great. My butt usually goes number after 30 minutes of driving, and they are not that adjustable. The manual transmission is typical Subaru, notchy. There is no super fast shifting because of this. Another problem with the transmission is the gearing. 1st gear might as well be useless, and 2nd gear tops out at about 55 MPH, so the gearing is really close. Highway cruising at 70 let's you enjoy the drone of the engine at 3000 RPM for miles. The ride is stiff and you feel EVERY bump in the road. The interior might as well be out of a Corolla, because it looks cheap and plastic. But you're not going to buy this car because of all that. You buy this car because it looks like a space ship. You launch a 300+ HP car with a sophisticated AWD system from stoplight to stoplight for pleasure. You buy it because the fenders flare out, the hood scoop sucks air into a top-mounted intercooler and the rear wing doubles as a picnic table. People everywhere will look, they will asks questions, yell out their windows, give thumbs up and stalk you at the gas stations. Do I love this car? Yes. Does it have its quirks? Of course, but they just make you love the car even more.
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