The comparison inspired a heated conversation, with most people arguing that the 86 is a cheap RWD sports car designed for proper weight distribution and mass production, while the classic 2000GT is an ultra-rare Jaguar-esque stunner.
Sitting next to the 2000GT, the 86 looked, in the band Train’s words, like “a crappy purple Scion.”
Then someone else said, “If Subaru made one, gave it AWD, and upped the power, I’d make it my daily driver.”
Subaru is on a 7-year sales march, with each year breaking the previous year’s record. The company certainly seems immune to sagging industry sales, and is in fact working on a new BRZ sports car. But is it the car everyone wants? Continue reading >>>