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Old 07-15-2019, 10:02 AM   #71
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I read about Toyota and Subaru making a car together, then read that they were making 13,000 of them and I thought "I will never even drive this car..." When I had the chance to get one, it was a dream come true.
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Old Yesterday, 04:58 PM   #72
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I've always driven small, slightly under-powered, tightly built imports.


I liked the 16 Veloster Turbo I had, but it really never connected with me; my favorite car of the few I have owned was my 04 Celica--until now.


I just turned 56, and always wanted to have a car to tinker on when I got older. I can see the BRZ being that car in the future, with the added benefit of knowing it was taken care of when it was younger, rather than picking up something used.
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Old Yesterday, 05:58 PM   #73
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I owned a 2017 WRX that I purchased new. I loved that car and it brought me a great deal of happiness, however I had decided to start putting myself in a better financial position. Unfortunately, part of that meant getting rid of the WRX.


I traded the WRX for a BRZ, cutting my payment in half and reducing my over all loan amount by $8,000.



While I miss the WRX immensely, I feel a lot better having extra money at the end of every month.
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