Subaru lovers who refuse to despoil themselves of the finer things in life will love the 2010 Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited, a special-edition model that is sure to please any consumers with luxurious tastes. Sales team members at Naples car dealers can’t wait to show off this hot set of wheels to any consumers looking for a new Fort Myers Legacy. Parents who need to transport their children and other necessary family items, such as groceries and sports equipment, will not have to sacrifice style for convenience with this limited-edition model.

The 2010 Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited is equipped with a 3.6L six-cylinder engine which uses variable-valve timing and produces 256 horsepower, a good jump from the four-cylinder version. While consumers do have the option of a less powerful engine, the six-cylinder does just as good a job of powering the vehicle without difficulty or disturbance – that is, drivers would say that the special-edition station wagon is both comfortable and maneuverable even with the two additional cylinders. Consumers who are stagnant in their decision should seek advice from sales representatives at Naples car dealers about which engine option would best suit their driving preferences and lifestyle.

I’ve only owned one station wagon in my entire life, which was my first vehicle – a pretentious 1991 Chevrolet Cavalier that deserved any ridicule that came its way. Don’t get me wrong – this was a very reliable vehicle (as reliable as a 12-year-old station wagon can be for a teenage driver), and it definitely made a Chevy-lover out of me. But then again, it was a hand-me-down. My mother had purchased a newer car and gave her beloved station wagon to me. Granted, I would have preferred a small-size sedan, like the one I have now, but I was grateful to have any set of wheels at the age of 16. However, once I set my eyes on the Outback, I forgot that it was a station wagon. My personal experience with station wagons has stymied my ability to see that these stereotypically “uncool” models could be anything but. However, thanks to the engineers at Subaru, I’ve seen the light. I am now aware that station wagons can look stylish while providing maximum cargo space. I am now aware that station wagons can be considered just as sexy as a Fort Myers Legacy. Thank you, Subaru, for helping me let go of my teenage-based assumptions, allowing me to accept the possibility of purchasing a station wagon when I create a family of my own. In the meantime, I hope to continue to grow as a person and participating consumer in the automobile industry.