2010 Outback Cross Bars

 

Besides pivoting into the roof rails when not in use, the cross bars on the all-new 2010 Outback have several features that are different from the 2009 model's aero-style cross bars:

  • They are wider in both front and rear
  • There are 30 inches between the bars (29 inches on the 2009 model)
  • They can carry up to 150 lbs (100 lbs on the 2009 model)
  • They are compatible with virtually all Genuine Subaru Roof Accessories that were applicable to the 2009 Outback

 

 

dangerous Mistakes Made While Driving

 

Nearly 80 percent of collisions involve some form of driver distraction. Here are the most common mistakes leading to an accident:

  • Talking on a non-hands-free cell phone
  • Texting while behind the wheel
  • Driving while impaired
  • Underestimating weather conditions
  • Speeding or traveling too fast for conditions

 

 

 

April is National Car Care Month

 





 

For this biannual event, we remind you to visit your Subaru dealership. Last year's inspections found that seven out of every 10 vehicles failed at least one component during inspection. For example, 12 percent of vehicles had front windshield wiper failure, and 7 percent needed rear wiper service.

 

Common items needing attention:

  •  Engine oil
  • Coolant flush
  • Transmission fluid
  • Lights
  • Air filters

 

Most Subaru dealerships offer free inspections to support this program, and April begins the "Spring is in the Air" cabin filter instant rebate program. Drop by your local dealership to make sure your Subaru is ready for warm-weather travel.

 

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