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Here is the official MSRP Press Release:

CHERRY HILL, N.J., April 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Subaru of America, Inc., the
only manufacturer to have all-wheel drive as standard equipment on every
vehicle they make, announced today Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Pricing
(MSRP) for the 2004 Impreza WRX STi. The all-wheel drive WRX STi with a
standard six-speed manual transmission is $30,995, and will be available with
a choice of rally inspired gold or silver painted wheels.
(Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20030106/PHM043 )
Introduced earlier this year at the North American International Auto
Show, WRX STi will be the performance flagship of the Subaru line when it
arrives in dealerships at the end of May, and will earn distinction as the
most powerful Subaru ever offered for sale in North America.
The Impreza WRX STi draws motorsports technology directly from Subaru
expertise in World Rally Championship (WRC) competition, and is designed to
appeal to the serious driving enthusiast. The WRX STi builds on the
performance and styling success of the award-winning Impreza WRX models that
were an overnight success in the U.S. market. STi stands for Subaru Tecnica
International, the high performance and motorsports subsidiary of Fuji Heavy
Industries Ltd.
The Subaru Impreza WRX STi is powered by an intercooled and turbocharged
2.5 liter DOHC boxer engine with Active Valve Control System (AVCS), variable
valve timing, and an intercooler manual control water spray system delivering
300 horsepower at 6000 RPM and 300 lb-ft. peak torque at 4000 RPM.
The Impreza WRX STi comes equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission and
our most advanced Full-Time All-Wheel Drive system with a Driver Control
Center Differential (DCCD), and a high performance inverted strut sport-tuned
suspension to provide the ultimate combination of power and handling.
Impreza WRX STi also features the latest in performance safety engineering
-- as standard equipment. High intensity discharge (HID) low beam headlights
provide increased forward visibility, while heavy duty Brembo(R) four wheel
disc brakes with Electronic Brake-force Distribution, and Super Sport ABS
provide superior braking stability. Additional standard safety features
include front seat head/chest side impact air bags, dual front airbags, and
three-point seatbelts for all seating positions.
All 2004 Impreza models, including the WRX STi, are equipped with a safety
brake pedal system that is designed to yield during a serious frontal impact
in order to help reduce injury to the driver's lower limbs. The 2004 model
year Impreza also meets all Federal Passenger Car Safety Standards. These
models comply with Low Emission Vehicle Standards and are certified for sale
in all 50 states. The 2004 Impreza features the peace of mind of standard
24-hour roadside assistance coverage for 3 years or 36,000 miles.
The destination and delivery fee is $550, except in Alaska ($685). The
price listed does not include destination and delivery charges, licenses and
state or local taxes. Independent distributor's destination and delivery
rates may vary; prices are subject to change without notice.

About Subaru of America, Inc.
Subaru of America, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fuji Heavy
Industries Ltd. of Japan. Headquartered near Philadelphia, the company
markets and distributes all-wheel drive Subaru vehicles, parts and accessories
through a network of nearly 600 dealers across the United States. Subaru is
the only manufacturer to have all-wheel drive as standard equipment on every
vehicle they make. Subaru has been the best-selling import wagon in America
for the past 20 years, based on R.L. Polk & Company new vehicle retail
registration statistics calendar year-end 2002.
 

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Yo Dude, ur picture doesnt show the rims. it just shows a picture of the 04 STi (?!) u got a pic of the silver rims? kinda interested in what those mothers look like...
thanks...

WRXxalyxX :wink:
 

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Here ya go Bro! Here's da rims...

RIMSSSSSSS

Is dat good cuz?

;)
 

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Re: Thinking of going with the EVO

Wait... is the gold getting the like 15 spoke design and the silver getting the split spoke design? I'm confused!
 

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No, the gold are the same pattern as the silver.
 

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Ujmmm..., hmmmm. Ya know, I think I'm wrong.... hold on...
 

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Ya know, I'm not sure. That pic at NAISOA or whatever it is has the spokes, not the forked.
 

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the Subaru website shows the forked wheels as options, not the spoked.
 

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The "forked" wheel on the website is a mistake. They're just using the picture from the optional WRX wheels. The STi wheels (both colors) are the multi-spoke ones we've seen on every picture of the car.
 

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So when is the car going to be on the showroom floor, anything official on that yet? I hve a deposit on the first one coming in. :D
 

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They can't take away a car this smooooooooooooth....
 
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