One thing you’ll notice about Subaru owners is how
long they hang on to them. With all the memories and
life’s moments they’ve had with their Subaru—like
passing the 100,000 mark on the odometer or driving
cross-country with the band—many consider them
a member of the family and wouldn’t dare get rid of
them. With such devoted owners, it only makes sense
that 95% of all the vehicles we’ve sold in the last 10
years are still on the road today1.
|1||Based on IHS Automotive, Polk U.S. Total Registrations MY2005–October 2014.|
“My fondest memory was packing up my 2003 Subaru Forester with the
family and taking our first roadtrip. I tried never to take the same road
twice and the kids loved it. They especially loved seeing all the different
landscapes through the big windows and giant moonroof.”
“With just under 300,000 miles on my 1999 Subaru Outback, I
am a deeply satisfied Subaru owner. I’ve had some incredible
adventures with that car, nearly getting stuck and stranded
many times in absolutely beautiful places. … Although I
have a good friend who works on Subarus all the time as a
licensed import auto mechanic, there is something about
Subaru Outbacks that I know and he doesn’t. A full 50 ft.
lodge pole pine tree will fit into the back of a Subaru Outback!
I was impressed and thrilled that I was able to load the tree
up and get it back to my yurt without any difficulties at all.”
— Samuel S., Kelly, WY
“My wife and I spent about a week just driving around California and living out of our 2003 WRX. We saw every kind of road and weather condition possible on the trip, and the car performed flawlessly in every situation. From the dry, twisty pavement of Highway 1 in Big Sur, to wet and slick roads in the redwood forest surrounding Mendocino, to the thigh-deep snow drifts covering Carson pass in the Sierras. If the condition existed, we experienced it—but I never once doubted my Subaru’s ability to handle it.”
— Kit S.