• 2006 Gray Subaru Impreza for sale in Plain City, UT
  • 2006 Gray Subaru Impreza for sale in Plain City, UT
  • 2006 Gray Subaru Impreza for sale in Plain City, UT
  • 2006 Gray Subaru Impreza for sale in Plain City, UT
  • 2006 Gray Subaru Impreza for sale in Plain City, UT
  • 2006 Gray Subaru Impreza for sale in Plain City, UT
  • 2006 Gray Subaru Impreza for sale in Plain City, UT
  • 2006 Gray Subaru Impreza for sale in Plain City, UT
  • 2006 Gray Subaru Impreza for sale in Plain City, UT
  • 2006 Gray Subaru Impreza for sale in Plain City, UT
  • 2006 Gray Subaru Impreza for sale in Plain City, UT
  • 2006 Gray Subaru Impreza for sale in Plain City, UT
  • 2006 Gray Subaru Impreza for sale in Plain City, UT

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2006 Subaru Impreza 2.5i

Mileage: 187,000

Plain City, UT | Posted November 15, 2019

$1,700

Used Car For Sale By Owner
Firstly, two things: 1) this car needs some work, but I believe it still represents good value to the right person. 2) For those not familiar with this car, it is, mechanically speaking, a Subaru Impreza that was rebadged as Saab to fill a market need. So all internal parts and work needed are very familiar and available through normal Subaru channels. I listed it as a Subaru because most people don't know this car existed, but it is actually a 2006 Saab 9-2X.
I am the car's only owner. No pets, no smoking, no kids, no accidents (although I did lend the car to a friend when I was out of the country for a while and she scraped the driver's side fender on a concrete parking garage support).
Last month I was driving it over from CA and around Ely I lost a cylinder. After finishing the drive on 3cyl I removed the passenger's side valve cover and cranked the engine by hand to see that the rear valves didn't move up and down at all. So I believe the passenger side camshaft broke, and so it would need to have that head replaced (cast number V25 -- again, a Subaru part). It still runs as I did drive it ~300 miles after the incident to get home, but it does run rough, and leak oil through some of the camshaft / valve cover seals. So while the head etc is being replaced it would be necessary to replace those seals, and convenient to replace the timing belt/water pump at the same time (would normally have about 20k left of those parts).
I replaced the tires with Continental TrueContact all season about 9k miles ago, so they are virtually new. The car would also come with an Exedy OEM clutch kit I bought a couple years ago but never installed. It has the cold weather package (heated seats) and sliding moonroof. Also, it is currently registered in CA.
Firstly, two things: 1) this car needs some work, but I believe it still represents good value to the right person. 2) For those not familiar with this car, it is, mechanically speaking, a Subaru Impreza that was rebadged as Saab to fill a market need. So all internal parts and work needed are very familiar and available through normal Subaru channels. I listed it as a Subaru because most people don't know this car existed, but it is actually a 2006 Saab 9-2X.
I am the car's only owner. No pets, no smoking, no kids, no accidents (although I did lend the car to a friend when I was out of the country for a while and she scraped the driver's side fender on a concrete parking garage support).
Last month I was driving it over from CA and around Ely I lost a cylinder. After finishing the drive on 3cyl I removed the passenger's side valve cover and cranked the engine by hand to see that the rear valves didn't move up and down at all. So I believe the passenger side camshaft broke, and so it would need to have that head replaced (cast number V25 -- again, a Subaru part). It still runs as I did drive it ~300 miles after the incident to get home, but it does run rough, and leak oil through some of the camshaft / valve cover seals. So while the head etc is being replaced it would be necessary to replace those seals, and convenient to replace the timing belt/water pump at the same time (would normally have about 20k left of those parts).
I replaced the tires with Continental TrueContact all season about 9k miles ago, so they are virtually new. The car would also come with an Exedy OEM clutch kit I bought a couple years ago but never installed. It has the cold weather package (heated seats) and sliding moonroof. Also, it is currently registered in CA.

Specifications

  • Year: 2006  
  • Make: Subaru  
  • Model: Impreza  
  • Trim: 2.5i  
  • Body: Hatchback  
  • Mileage: 187,000  
  • VIN: JF4GG61626G051203  
  • Title Type: Clean Title  
  • Exterior Color: Gray  
  • Interior Color: White  
  • Transmission: Manual  
  • Liters: 2.5L  
  • Cylinders: 4  
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline  
  • Number of Doors: 4  
  • Exterior Condition: Good  
  • Interior Condition: Good  
  • Drive Type: AWD  
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