Conquer the Wintry Roads of Michigan with the 2020 Subaru Outback

If there's one thing you can predict this winter season, it's that the weather will be unpredictable. Safety is always a concern when it comes to driving, but its importance multiplies when snow and ice are factored into the equation, both of which are incredibly common in Michigan. However, we can mitigate some of that risk by equipping our customers with the right vehicle.

There is no better brand better equipped to handle winter weather around Grand Rapids or Rockford, MI than Subaru. If you're in the market for a wagon that gives you superior control in every driving situation, the 2020 Subaru Outback is just what you need. The Subaru Outback's strengths revolve around its standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, high-end interior, off-road capability, and spacious cargo hold.

What is Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive?

Every Subaru vehicle, including the Subaru Outback, is equipped with Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive. Paired with the company's longitudinally mounted and horizontally-opposed Boxer engine, the Outback gets a low center of gravity that augments the wagon's superior drivetrain. The engine, transmission, and drivetrain are all laid out in a straight line, allowing all four wheels to bear an equal amount of weight, unlocking better driving performance.

What is this X-Mode I've Heard About?

OK, maybe you've heard of it, maybe you haven't, but either way, there's a little button called X-Mode that you need to know about. No, it doesn't activate a hidden pair of rockets, but rather another layer of control over your vehicle. It coordinates the powertrain and the brakes to dynamically detect the best way to drive safely over more dangerous terrain, such as wintry Michigan roads. It can automatically engage Hill Descent Control during steep downhill grades when your speed increases as a natural result of gravity.

How Does the Outback's Body Design Impact My Drive?

The Subaru Outback is uniquely designed to conquer winter weather scenarios thanks to two important facets of its body design. The first is a taller ride height that comes from spring spacers, which enhances the way the wagon handles. The seconds are the available 18-inch tires that create 8.7 inches of ground clearance, giving you more freedom to explore off-road.

Test Drive the 2020 Subaru Outback today.

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