That would be good news. Also the dealer where I bought my first STi has all the colors in stock, so it might be time for a color change.toyworx said:Just checked NADA and Kelly Blue Book. Neither one has a listing AT ALL for the car, so it's likely they will give you whatever the current MSRP is for the car.
egads. sorry to hear about your loss. i'm amazed flooding would be sufficient to total the car. got any pics? what are they doing with the car? surely the wheels/tires are salvagable.SilverSTI said:If anyone else has totaled their STi, how much did insurance pay? I want another STi and don't wan't to get bent over by my insurance co. :x
SilverSTI said:That's what I'm hoping for but you know how insurance company love to use the sand paper condom.
The ECU is toast. The only thng that happens when turning the key to the On position is that the computer clicks and makes all kinds of noise, and considering it was under water for about a half an hour I would be very surprise if it ever worked again.Nivek-CA said:Will the ECU still operate? If so, I would be interested in taking it off your hands if you can get it...(i mean if you buy the car back and get legal ownership of it).
That is what my plans are. Hopefully I'll be able to get a new STi, <homer> mmmmm, white <homer>. It's alreay picked out and put on hold. My dealer has one of each color in stock, which makes it easier than when I bought the first one, not being able to see it before purchase. And buy the totaled one and keep a few things and part the rest of it out.Invisiguard said:best thing to do also os buy your old one backoff your insurance company, they usually let you for a couple grand and then make a killing on Ebay parting it out 8)