As someone who’s job exists thanks to the automobile industry, I read a lot about cars and I must say the Subaru brand continues to be more and more impressive. The automaker kind of does their own thing, and for that you can’t help but respect them.
At any Naples Subaru dealer, for example, you’ll find that every car has all-wheel drive capabilities. That feature is a Subaru staple. As of late, however, you’ll find the new Subaru models with loads of great entertainment options too. Increasing the user-friendly amenities was made a Subaru goal last year and thus far, the automaker seems to be living up to their objectives.
Take for example, the new 2011 Subaru Outback that is currently on Naples Subaru dealer lots. The 2011 crossover SUV has everything any other crossover SUV on the market is offering, including luxury brands. The 2011 Outback has AM/FM/CD and aux jack capabilities, as well as a navigation system. The leather seating is undeniably soft and the heated seats warm your tush in no time at all.
Other features usually synonymous with luxury, such as floor track lighting for easy night entry, an electronic parking brake and a large interior cabin have also been added to the 2011 Outback.
But despite the luxury status the Outback has acquired, the SUV crossover has not taken on the usual downfall of a luxury vehicle – its pitiful fuel economy. Despite the fact that the Outback is two-inches wider and offers four more inches on passenger legroom, the vehicle still earns 25 miles per gallon while cruising on the highway. Couple this fact with the Subaru’s six-cylinder, 256 horsepower engine and Ft. Myers Outback dealerships have a problem on their hands – keeping the impressive vehicle in stock.
So head out to your closest Ft. Myers Outback dealer today, O’Brien Ft. Myers Subaru, and give yourself the gift of a test drive of the 2011 Subaru Outback. The high-quality materials used in the Subaru will no doubt impress you and when you see the price tag on the crossover, well lets just say we’re betting you drive home in the Outback.