Wednesday, July 29, 2015
It may have been four years since this vehicle was first introduced to the American public, but support for the car has not wavered despite the release of new cars every year. The secret of the 2011 Subaru Outback? Sustainability and features that remain relevant, and would remain relevant for many years to come. When the 2011 Subaru Outback first came out, it was well received, especially by those who frequent trips to mountains and snowy regions, because of its capability to drive smoothly off-road without a problem, with its all-wheel drive system. This is something that attracts buyers up until today, when choosing from car dealerships in Covington, LA.
Monday, July 27, 2015
The new 2016 Subaru Outback is definitely one of the top cars to watch out for next year. The new model has achieved near perfection in terms of comfort and safety for its passengers, making it the ideal choice for the typical American family. Take a look at the reviews for this car below: Driving Experience: In terms of driving experience the 2016 Outback is definitely a competitive choice. Firstly, all buyers get a two-petrol engine offer to suit their preference. The 2.5i models have as much as 175 horsepower and a 2.5 liter four-cylinder engine, while the 3.6R models have a 3.6-liter boxer six that can run at 356 horsepower. Either of the two is equipped with a Lineartronic CVT (continuously variable automatic transmission) that will always give you a smooth and easy transmission. This car also improved the accelerator pedal, and made the all-wheel-drive system more proactive than the previous Outback models.
Saturday, July 25, 2015
If your family loves to go camping by trailer once in a while and is looking for a new towing vehicle, one thing to keep in mind is that you don’t necessarily need a pick-up. Some may recommend an SUV, but a crossover with ample towing capacity can also be a good option. Dealerships for used cars may have a few rare gems ready to go, like the 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek, as noted by Moto123’s Leslie Wimbush. Going for something like the Forester may be just up the alley of nature trippers in New Orleans. The bayou is already fair game for various outdoor activities, and a modest tractor-trailer setup will be a great way to relish the experience. If you prefer a less expensive automobile that can also serve as a practical family car, however, the Crosstrek may just be the one for you.
Thursday, July 23, 2015
The age of cars that are able to closely guide and interact with their drivers is at hand – and your new car may be a part of it. Denis Flierl of Torque News says that a more interactive car could not have arrived at a better time, particularly with the 2016 Subaru Forester crossover and the integration of the STARLINK infotainment system. First hitting the market in 1997, the Forester has undergone numerous revisions over the years. The arrival of the fourth generation in 2014 gave consumers enough options to seek a fresh start with the experience – a recent TV commercial even sees this as an opportunity to continue making new memories with the family. When you feel that a new Forester will take center stage in your car-buying plans this year, a dealer such as Baldwin Subaru can make the connection.
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
The Subaru Crosstek XV has always been known for its convenient configurations and features. The hatch back is quite compact, being able to sit five passengers nicely with room to spare for cargo, and its standard all-wheel drive is suitable for most driving conditions. Likewise, having Subaru’s esteemed safety features—particularly the latest ones like the EyeSight Driver Assist Technology—gives you reassurance on the road. While the car manufacturer’s flagship models and other more popular cars come in classic colors like white, blue or silver, the Crosstek XV also comes in a bold tangerine orange exterior. The most recent one even came in a limited edition “sunrise yellow” shade that truly turns heads anywhere you drive or park it.
Monday, July 20, 2015
Older adults like you have unique needs when it comes to transportation. Not just any car will do, especially if you still lead an active lifestyle. The problem is: not every vehicle out there will suit your preferences or basic requirements. That in mind, you have to take the time to check out your options and decide which car to buy or switch to. The personal finance website Bankrate recommends that “figuring out transportation solutions should be part of your retirement planning” and uses tips from Consumer Reports to determine what qualities you ought to consider in a car. Primarily, you should look for a vehicle that will allow you to clearly see the road and your surroundings while driving. The driver’s seat should also be easy to adjust while the controls and stability features should likewise be convenient and tailored for safety. Four Subaru models made it to the list, including the 2012 Impreza, the Legacy (2010-2013), the Outback (2010-2013) and the Forester (2009-201
Friday, July 10, 2015
Whether you’re buying a new or used car, it’s important to select a good car dealership to buy from. Careful selection of a dealership will help ensure a good purchasing experience.
Nowadays, owning a vehicle is no longer just a luxury; it’s not just about convenience, but of safety too. That doesn’t mean you have to splurge. In today’s automotive market, buying a used car can give you great value.
The 2016 Subaru Forester is yet to hit Subaru dealerships in New Orleans and the surrounding areas, but it’s already causing quite a hype. Since 1997, this line of vehicles has been known to enhance on its features from previous years, and this tradition of continuing improvement hasn’t let up at all. Aside from the obvious tweaks on the design and performance, a few big safety upgrades are expected for the upcoming new Forester.
The fun part about buying a car is discovering the features of newer models. Travelers at heart who take days off to roam the countryside, or just drive around the city’s limits, can check out one of the top recommended cars—the 2012 Subaru Legacy. It’s an older model that just came out three years ago, so it still makes an ideal choice, particularly for buyers looking for a used car that could drive nearly as well as a new car. Here’s what makes the Legacy a proper traveler’s car.
Of today’s auto manufacturers, Subaru stands tall as one of the most beloved brands. This goes beyond loyal fans, as even industry experts have professed their love of the brand’s cars. They present an air of practicality coupled with simple yet beautiful designs.
Among the brand’s SUVs is the XV Crosstrek. Here, you’ll see some of the strongest points of the 2013 model:
The 2011 Subaru Forester could easily be one of those cars that speaks of an owner’s love of dogs and children. Its generous-sized seats and expandable back rear area makes it a great car for families who love to drive out on their weekends and holidays. For families especially, the best thing about the car is its safety features. In general, Subaru implements rigid safety measures to ensure that its models surpass industry standards, and the Forester 2011 was designed to provide maximum protection to its occupants.