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What model is the Bug Eye Subaru?

What model is the Bug Eye Subaru?

Subaru WRX Bugeye (2000 to 2003) This model was presented with a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic, but the manual was the only choice for true car aficionado.

What year is a bug eye Subaru?

2001, Bug Eye The second generation Impreza was available from 2001-2007, and went through 3 different headlight changes. The first being the bug eye. The bugeye was only manufactured for 2 years before being replaced by the blobeye.

How many bugeye STI were made?

Only 400 units were ever made.

What engine is in a 2002 Subaru Impreza Outback Sport?

2.5 L 4-cylinder2002 Subaru Impreza Outback Sport / Engine

What engine is in the bugeye STi?

This featured the EJ205 Boxer engine to the tune of 218 horsepower and a manual five-speed gearbox with an option for a four-speed automatic as well. Available as both a wagon and sedan, the Bugeye worked to cater to every market possible.

How much horsepower does a 2002 WRX STi have?

227 hp2002 Subaru Impreza WRX / Horsepower

What year is a Blobeye Impreza?

This was arguably the best-looking of all the Imprezas, nicknamed the Blobeye generation and built for just a couple of years between 2004 and 2005.

When did the Subaru WRX bugeye come out?

Subaru WRX Bugeye (2000 to 2003) Introduced in 2000, the Subaru WRX soon gained the affectionate nickname “Bugeye” for its characteristic round headlights and front fascia body style.

Is the Subaru bugeye a good car?

Through 2003, the Bugeye proved to America that Subaru was definitely not a brand to be slept on. The tuning market for the EJ205 engine was unique since the car featured unequal length headers on the 2.5-liter engine.

Is the blobeye better than the bugeye?

Regarding quality control, the Blobeye was much better put together as a performance car than the Bugeye had been, featuring high-performance seats and upgraded gear shift throw. Both cars still oozed personality in ways that many owners and enthusiasts find intoxicating today.

Does the bugeye still work?

Of course it still works just fine, and this year, TJ and Karen proved that they could jump into a 948-powered Bugeye and drive “Ducky” from our shop to Washington state.