A used Subaru Outback is an excellent car for individuals and families that enjoy the outdoor life. Regardless of the time of year or road conditions, the Outback can cope; it is roomy and is an excellent alternative to more conventional crossovers.
An Overview of a Typical Used Outback
The Outback might have been named after the hot, arid interior of Australia, but it shines in the snowy Mokena area of Illinois. Every Outback has as standard, four-wheel drive; the vehicle’s rugged outdoors look is attractive to people that enjoy active lifestyles.
Since 2010, the Outback has been bigger. The styling is such that it might not look bigger, but look at one parked alongside a conventional sedan, and you can see the changes. The Outback is not a wagon nor is it a crossover; it bridges the gap nicely between the two. It certainly looks better than any wagon, and it has more interior space for passengers, as well as cargo. If you are trying to bring a sheet of plywood home from the DIY store, no problem; you only have to strap it to the roof rails. The roof rails are a feature in themselves; if you need to carry skis, just swing them in, and they become cross-rails.
Bigger but Not Heavier
Although Subaru Outback vehicles from 2010 onwards have been bigger, they are not noticeably heavier thanks to the use of lightweight materials. Both the four and six-cylinder engines have been improved; the 3.6 L boxer engine is rated a comfortable 256 HP.
Used Outback’s have plenty of space and utility; they were made in six trim levels. The base trim 2.5i has 16-inch wheels as standard, adjustable roof rails, automatic headlights and a full complement of power accessories, cruise control, and a height adjustable driver’s seat.
If you are looking for a versatile vehicle, a used Subaru Outback in Mokena is the ideal choice. Visit Hawk Subaru for more details.
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