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    Stagea or Impreza Estate??

    The plan was to go sensible but i'm not sure i can help myself.

    Recomendations??

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    stagea all day long, the boot space in an impreza wagon is the same as the saloon, trust me, ive just moved to nissans after 11 years of owning imprezas, loving this thing called reliability also with the nissan, not had much experience of it till now,

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    my Old man has a Impressa Wagon and its not all that big - the Stagea has a lot of boot floor space
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    Yeah, and another plus point to the nissan is they've got half the mileage for the same money (the ones i've looked at) but a downside is they're all imports and they're all auto's and I HATE auto's.

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    Stagea.


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    the stagea wasn't make in the UK , that much is true. you can get the odd manual one , but they are not cheap.
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    Yeah, not cheap at all, but if you convert one then it becomes more deireable so really you shouldn't loose much, if any of that cost. If you tackle it yourself of course.

    And pls stop teasing me with pics lol.

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    You know you want an R34 front now

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    Quote Originally Posted by rising son View Post
    loving this thing called reliability also with the nissan, not had much experience of it till now,
    I take it you don't drive an s13 then?? lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralz View Post
    You know you want an R34 front now
    Actually mate, i'm not that fussed on them. I don't like big body kit's etc, those skirts on that for example are hideous imo. Just a factory fitted Dayz kit, on it's arse on some nice split rim's will do me.

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    I'm preferring the natural look too - though I think the series 2 look a little bit nicer than the series 1
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    Personally I would avoid both and get a Forester Turbo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aitch View Post
    Personally I would avoid both and get a Forester Turbo
    What if you dont live in Norfolk ?
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    I just got a legacy estate, will find out tomorrow what its like in the snow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aitch View Post
    Personally I would avoid both and get a Forester Turbo
    Got my eye on a couple of those too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fry View Post
    I just got a legacy estate, will find out tomorrow what its like in the snow
    And what it's like on juice, is it a turbo??
    Last edited by FULLER; 26-11-2010 at 22:55.

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    non turbo, about the same as our 1.8 focus, and its fine in the snow

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