The Subaru Outback is designed to be your escape vehicle. With ample cargo space, a well-appointed interior, and steady, powerful performance even over rugged terrain, the Subaru Outback is the ideal vehicle for nature-filled retreats. The following tips from the outdoor experts at OutsideOnline.com will help you configure your Subaru Outback for your next camping adventure.
Not only are the roof racks on your Subaru Outback a convenient spot to secure bikes, kayaks, canoes, or luggage for your outdoor adventures, they also double quite nicely as a rack to dry clothes because packing wet clothes or getting back into wet clothes will definitely ruin a camping trip.
The hooks on the inside of the Subaru Outback are convenient tools, too. Whether you use them to hang up your jacket, keys, earbuds, or flashlight, they help keep what you need within arm’s reach. And they’ll stay far from the abyss, aka the expansive floor of the Subaru Outback.
You won’t need to settle for a sleeping bag when it’s time to turn in for the night after a day of hiking, biking, or swimming. Thanks to the wagon’s sprawling cargo space, a memory-form or air mattress can fit nicely when the rear seats are down to help deliver a quality night’s sleep.
Visit Subaru of Pembroke Pines to get a closer look at your new getaway car, the 2019 Subaru Outback.