04 Nissan Maxima vs 2013 Subaru WRX
I had the chance to run the 2013 Subaru STI and I gotta say off the line I
had no chance but on a roll it was definitely a different story. I don't
get youtubers. If you're wining they hate, if you loose they hate, if you
win and loose they still hate. Hope the haters feel good when they dislike.
I'll still be wining ^_^
2002 Nissan Maxima vs Subaru WRX
-2002 Nissan Maxima VQ35 3.5L 6-speed. mods: short ram intake, NWP thermal
spacers and NWP VIAS block plate.
-2003? Subaru WRX 2.0 turbo. Mods:
Unknown, I believe stock.
I own the Maxima. I hate excuses, but I literally was running with no
rubbers! they were trash, no thread at all. I still catched up at the end
but still lost the race by very little.
2014 Subaru WRX STI - Full Review and Test Drive - My New Car!
The 2014 Subaru WRX STI hatchback, the last model year which still provides
the 5-door option. This is my first new car! In this video we'll check out
the 2.5L turbo boxer engine, matched to
a six speed transmission sending power to all four wheels via Subaru
Symmetrical AWD, with front and rear limited slip differentials, and a
driver controlled center differential (DCCD). This car also features
Subaru's SI-Drive, allowing for various throttle responses for the driver.
The vehicle features the EJ257 engine producing 305 HP at 6000 RPM and 290
lb-ft of torque at 4000 RPM.
This is my new car!! I will keep the Integra which will remain a project
car, while this has become my daily driver.
My Other Car:
1999 Acura Integra - http://youtu.be/1B2ipplUmtk
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2015 Subaru WRX vs 2014 Ford Focus ST! Head 2 Head Ep. 50
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Jonny Lieberman gets his hands on the
all-new, 2015 Subaru WRX, as well as one of Motor Trend's favorite pocket
rockets, the Ford Focus ST. Each car costs about $30,000, sports a
2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder
engine with similar power outputs, and features a 6-speed manual
transmission. The Subaru of course features a sporty version of the brand's
"symmetrical AWD" while the Focus makes due with just the front wheels
driven. However, since it first appeared, the Focus ST has wowed the Motor
Trend staff with ability to dance around corners and, generally, not drive
and feel like a front-wheel driver. We like the Focus ST so much that we
invited it to last year's Best Driver's Car. But does the Ford have what it
takes to beat the latest street-tamed rally baby from Subaru? You're going
to have to watch and find out.
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