Hey everyone. I'm putting my 2008 LGT Spec B up for sale. I'm looking to get into a cheaper daily driver so I can build and twin turbo my G. For those of you that don't know, the difference between a standard Legacy GT and the Legacy GT Spec.B is the factory Bilsteins, aluminum suspension parts, navigation/mt combo, alcantara seats and of coarse the bulletproof 6 speed derived from the STI (minus DCCD) as opposed to the weaker 5mt.
I love this car to death but I don't plan on building it like I had originally planned (where the 6 speed tranny was the deciding factor over a base LGT) Therefore, I can downgrade to a regular LGT. I'm the second owner of the car about bought it with about ~53,000 miles on it. Most of my miles were highway miles because I was in sales (Buffalo to Philly, Buffalo to Toledo, Buffalo to Toronto, Buffalo to NJ ect) This car is by far the best car in the winter with snow tires. I was one of three people that made it to work during our recent snow storm (Buffalo, NY) where we had four feet of snow at our office and not once did I think I might get stuck trying to get to work (just to find out we were closed). It's the reason I'm sticking with a Legacy GT (buying a 5mt wagon
) I would love a car that gets better than 26mpg hwy but for how well it handles in the snow, the fact I get 26mpg with full time awd in a turbocharged car with ~280whp, manual transmission and how reliable it's been, I don't have a reason to stray from Subaru in terms of a daily.
For those thinking about insurance, my insurance with this car compared to a WRX was less than half that of what I was quoted for a 2013 WRX. It truly is a grown up WRX. It has a nicer interior and is all around more comfortable with very similar performance stock.
My car comes standards with:
-Power,heated, and memory front seats
-Aux input for Ipod/mp3
-Heated windshield wiper glass (area on windshield where wipers are is heated)
My modifications for the car are:
-Accessport v2 Stage 2
-Borla Catback exhaust (barely louder than stock seeing as it is my daily)
-CNT 3" catted downpipe
-Swift springs (designed to match the stock Bilstein rates)
-Weathertech floor mats
-Rota SVN 18x8.5" wheels with Bridgestone s-04 235/40/18s all around
-Stock wheels with Blizzak winters
-New brake pads and rotors were put on ~2000 miles ago
All fluids were done at dealer specific intervals. Almost work was done by me except for the diff oil because I didn't have the right extension to get the filler cap loosened. The oil has been changed every 3000-3200 miles with Rotella T6 oil.
The accident reported on the vehicle history was a parking lot fender bender with the previous owner. I would have never known if it wasn't for the carfax report, hence I bought it.
Any questions, please PM me,email me at prd11588 at gmail.com or text me at 716-eight-1-eight-5552 ! Thanks!