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2001 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX STI PRO DRIVE (HJA397)

£14,995 U.K OTR

• 11/2001 Subaru Impreza WRX STI Pro Drive

• 104,000km Genuine (Only 35,000 miles!)

• Japanese Auction Grade 4B
• Japanese service books/manuals and spare key
• No accident history
• 6 Speed Manual

• Limited production number 1000 units
• Worldwide shipping service available
• Vehicle is with us in the U.K registered and ready to go
• Lower tax bracket £255 for 12 months
• Long- or short-term storage solutions

HJA bring you this lovely WRX STI Pro drive style fresh in from Japan. Our specialist team hand picks the highest quality vehicles available in Japan, so when they came across this, they immediately informed us this is one to get. We check hundreds of cars a month and only pick a handful that meet our standards.


Info about the pro drive style:

The WRX STi Prodrive Style was available in many Countries. In Germany, it was blue coloured, elsewhere it was also black,silver & white. 1000 cars were built worldwide. The “D" has a big rear wing, other side skirts, fog light covers, a Prodrive-grille, front bumpers and a blue speedometer with red hands. In some markets it also had a roof-mounted vent.


The arrival of the all-new Impreza in August 2000 marked the rebirth of the company's prize compact car. This new generation model had a completely redesigned exterior that was highlighted by large round headlights.


The much-anticipated STi version appeared two months later, in October 2000. Under the hood was the same EJ20 powerplant that powered the previous model, a turbocharged flat-4, but while power remained the same at 276 HP at 6400 rpm, torque increased to 274.8 ft-lb at 4000 rpm. The boxer engine came mated to a 6-speed manual transmission built in-house. Sticky 225/45R17s provided excellent grip and traction.


Subaru opted to go with Brembo for the new STi's brakes, rather than developing its own. The new system featured a lateral G-sensor along with a super-sports ABS with EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution) that made stopping one of the car's strongest traits when ripping around a racetrack. The suspension consisted of inverted struts at all four corners.


Other info:

• Brand new discs and pads all round

• All 4 brake callipers overhauled