JDM 95 Subaru Impreza Wagon HX Edition S 4WD Automatic RHD with 103,500 miles
Just came in priced low to sell just cause we have alot of vehicles coming in and need the room, this vehicle is great for post office use has a 1.8L engine great on gas and is 4wd.
Runs and drives great(solid car), all the fluids look good, tires have plenty of meat, had a full service done at 95k kilometers
Flaws are has paint fade, scuffs and scratches as pictured. Fuel gauge is not working. Selling cheap cause front right axle boot is torn and recommend replacing both front axles
Contact Rob 864-505-5621 for any questions
The Subaru Impreza was released in Japan in November 92 and offered in either (FWD) or (AWD) versions and as a four-door sedan or five-door hatchback/wagon (Touring). The car used a shortened version of the Legacy's floor pan. According to a Motor Trend article written March 1992 on page 26, the name of Subaru's new compact was, initially, to be called the Loyale, displaying an official photograph of the four-door sedan. In late 1995, a two-door coupe was introduced. In Japan it was called Impreza Retna. Initial engine choices included 1.5, 1.6, 1.8, and 2.0-liter naturally aspirated engines.
Subaru chose to continue their longstanding use of the boxer engine in the Impreza. According to Subaru, their configuration of the engine inline with the transmission minimizes body roll due to the lower center of gravity compared with offset engines in most other vehicles. The boxer design provides good vibration mitigation due to the principles of a balanced engine because the movement of each piston is largely countered by a piston in the opposing cylinder bank, eliminating the need for a counter-weighted rotating crankshaft (harmonic balancer), but with some vibration from offsets. Torque steer is also reduced with this type of powertrain layout since the front drive shafts are of equal length and weight.