Summary of Never Lift a Subaru - No, You're Wrong and Here’s Why!

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The author argues that Subarus are not good off-road vehicles because they were not designed for that purpose. He says that even though some people modify them to make them more capable, they are still not as good as other vehicles that are designed for off-roading.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, the presenter argues that because Subarus were never intended to be used for off-road activities, modifications to make them into that type of vehicle are not only unnecessary, but also unsafe. He also states that because of their small ground clearance, even modified Subarus are not capable of handling steep hills.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, a Wrangler or a used Touareg would be a good vehicle to begin with because it is almost a safety thing. However, a Subaru will not go where a Wrangler will go because it is missing the most important thing off-road: a driver. A low-range transfer case is the ultimate game changer for any vehicle off-road and it multiplies the torque, turning a little bit of torque into a tremendous amount of wheel torque that will get you unstuck. Communities are important, and Subaru owners feel more at home in their community than in a Jeep or a Grand Cherokee community.
  • 00:10:00 The author argues that because of its reputation, Subaru should have been building more off-road capable vehicles, but instead opted for lifts and tall wagons. He says that the Cherokee Trailhawk is better than a Forester off-road because the engineers at FC replaced hardware with software. He also argues that because of its tall wagon status, a CRV is just as good as a Cherokee.

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