I Really Like that Rubber "Spoiler" it fits better the Third Gen Leone (EA82) design than the Older "Metallic Wing" which was inherited from the Second Gen Leone (EA81) era.
Could you post here, Please, Photos of your Digital Climate Control Unit?
I am finding the Auto trans on the EA82 is pretty rare. ...
Without counting on FWD \ 4WD / AWD availability, the Automatic transmissions offered on the EA82 were three (3) as far as I Know:
► One is the Common Three Speed known as 3AT
► Also the Optional electronic controlled 4EAT
Designed by JATCO (Japan Automatic Transmissions Company) This transmission was used in production vehicles First on the Subaru EA82 GL-10 and then in the first gen Nissan Pathfinder; Being successful, the 4EAT were modified to suit other vehicles, such like the Legacy, some Fords, mazdas and Kias, (re-named as F-4EAT) etc... The Different car makers does its own design changes and gear ratio differences, but the Original design idea persist, and is still in production for certain models up to date.
More Info Here: ~► http://en.wikipedia....nsmissions#4EAT
► The Third was a Rare Variant of the 4EAT named ACT-4-E-4AT available in the JDM and other select markets for the Subaru EA82 Turbo models known as the "RX-II" (Sedan) and the "GT-II" (Wagon); those were the Top of the Line then, and could be ordered with such digital controls on the Dashboard, as you can see on the photo below:
See this Sales Brochure for details, there you could read
"ACT-4-E-4AT" on Transmissions' list for Automatic, and
"4WD-5MT" for the Manual, look under "1.8 GT/II":
Their Digital intrument Clusters has the
Automatic Transmission Gears on their Display,
Plus the Dual Range (LO) 4WD light,
as you can see on this Photo:
Could this be a Confirmation of what Lukas Wrote around ten years ago,
of Dual Range Automatic Subarus in Austria?
In austria there were 2 different types of the 4EAT available.
A 4 speed automatic tranny single range and a 4 speed automatic tranny
with dual range and 100% lock differential in the middle.
I do not know if these 2 types were available in the US.
As you can see Here: ~► http://www.ultimates...-auto/?p=211122
Such GT-II model Featured a Speed control Knob for the Intermitent Wiper Blades:
And Manually Adjustable Struts:
I Bet those Features could be at Top of the List on the
Rarest optional equipment on a EA82 Subaru; isn't it?
Edited by Loyale 2.7 Turbo, 08 December 2013 - 11:45 PM.