If you have seen Top Gear you heard the term Subaruing get coined. Well Here are some photos of my Outback.
Last year I could not do this because we had a drought. This year we have flooding. This is the car that gets me out in the field to collect fossils.
Of course this time I was not collecting fossils.
The photos of the dried mud are from the first trip out. The second trip I got a bit dirtier.
Proof you do not need a big 4x4 to get dirty. A 4 cylinder wagon with AWD can get around as well.
Good clearance, AWD grip: supurb for rocky mountain roads or variable mountain microclimates. I have been in remote and burly areas in these cars. But
if you are buying a used one, make sure the head gasket has been replaced, as they seem to go after a certain time, inevitably.
I left it on for a day total. Had to work the next day and a large pile of it curled up and peeled off. I figured I better wash it before getting
into to much trouble for dirtying up their parking lot more
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