by Kurt Sisson, Boones Mill, VA
My 2000 Outback with 147,000 miles always gets us to the creeks here in Virginia! It goes anywhere I need to go!
Editor’s Note: Subaru recommends that you do not overload your vehicle. Check your Owner’s Manual for maximum cargo weight.
by Shaun Carroll, Albuquerque, NM
Our 3-year-old boxer, Riesling, LOVED riding in my 2001 Outback. It didn’t matter if they were long trips, short trips, or just sitting in the garage while I worked on the car. She was in the back seat.
The only thing she didn’t like was having to share the back seat with the cat when we moved (he wasn’t that excited either). So after our 2,200-mile move across country, we rewarded her with a new 2013 XV Crosstrek.
Needless to say, she loves having the back all to herself now!
by Mai Xiong, Fayetteville, AR
Our fifth Subaru, a 2014 Forester XT Premium, will be a big part of the next chapter of my husband’s and my lives: Starting a family. And though I’m sure there will be other Subaru vehicles in our family in the coming years, Subaru number five is here to stay for a long, long time.
Here’s a list of Subies that preceded it:
- 2003 Subaru WRX Sedan
- 2002 Subaru WRX Sedan
- 2011 Subaru WRX 5-Door Limited
- 2012 Subaru Impreza 2.0i Premium