Subaru Impreza WRX STI Pro Drive Style
• 03/2002 Subaru Impreza WRX STI Pro Drive Style
• 122,000km Genuine (Approx 76k miles)
• Japanese Auction Grade 4-B
• Full Subaru service history from new!
• No accident history
• 6 Speed Manual
• Limited production number; 1000 units
• Stock code: HJA562
HJA bring you this lovely WRX STI Pro drive style fresh in from Japan. Classic & New age WRX STi’s are in high demand, finding non accident rust free examples is becoming ever more difficult. We check dozens of cars weekly and only pick a handful that meet our standards.
Full Subaru Kusakabe Japanese Service History from New:
1163km, 5319km, 13565km, 26237km, 33186km, 47474km, 55466km, 65099km, 73535km, 86071km, 103453km 115290km
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.