How much did the WRX from Baby Driver sell for?

The Baby Driver Subaru Impreza WRX Somehow Just Sold For $69,000. Remember the auction we told you about last week for the Subaru Impreza WRX used in stunt sequences from the brilliant movie Baby Driver? Well, the eBay bidding has just finished and the price was pretty astonishing.

How much horsepower does a 2013 WRX make?

265 horsepower
The WRX is powered by a turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder. Mechanical features include: 265 horsepower and 244 pounds-feet of torque. Five-speed manual transmission.

What does the WRX Limited have?

Includes WRX Premium features, plus: Ten-way power driver’s seat. LED headlights & fog lights.

What model WRX is used in Baby Driver?

The opening chase scene features the eye-catching Baby Driver Subaru: a red 2006 Subaru Impreza WRX. The filmmakers set up several special Subarus to shoot the movie, including one WRX the crew converted from Subaru’s signature AWD drivetrain to RWD.

What year was the WRX in Baby Driver?

Interestingly, as many had speculated it to be, the red Subaru used in the movie wasn’t an STI but a good old 2006 base Subaru WRX.

What makes the Subaru WRX Limited so luxurious?

The leather-appointed WRX Limited is more luxurious on the inside. While music listeners will appreciate the nine-speaker Harman Kardon premium audio system, road trippers can take advantage of the integrated navigation system. A power-adjustable driver’s seat adds an extra degree of comfort.

What are the differences between a 2013 and 2013 Subaru WRX?

There are no changes for 2013. The WRX has aggressive exterior styling with wider fenders, squared-off bumpers, a black grille and a functional hood scoop used to funnel air into the turbocharged engine’s intercooler. The sedan’s taillights are red, whereas the hatch has clear lenses.

Is the invoice price the same as the true dealer cost?

The invoice price & true dealer cost are not the same. The true dealer cost of a Subaru WRX is lower. The invoice price has Holdback and other hidden markup built into the price.

How to negotiate with a dealer on an invoice price?

The invoice price has Holdback and other hidden markup built into the price. Knowing the true dealer cost gives you needed leverage when it comes time to negotiate a great price. Negotiate from the cost up and not MSRP down. To avoid overpaying, price shop online first. We recommend; These free services will offer you the lowest prices.