If you are looking for a
rugged car that is as much at home off-road as it is on Frankfurt
streets, you need to look carefully at a used
Subaru Outback in Frankfurt.
The Outback is more of a station wagon, but with plenty of ground
clearance. The Outback is a class of vehicle that has become
increasingly popular. So much so, that it has spawned a number of
There is very little visual
difference between a new Outback and a used one. Potential buyers of
a used model say they are quite happy. They like it because it is
tough, and they like the low running costs and the interior
refinements. The Outback is available with two engine choices: one
gasoline and one diesel. There are two transmission choices: manual
or automatic. One of the selling points of a used Outback is its
Driving a Used Outback
With a full eight inches of
ground clearance, the Outback can take on any surface with ease.
Regardless of whether the roads you travel are covered with mud,
gravel, ice, or snow, you can expect the Outback to handle them all.
The car is equipped with full-time all-wheel drive, which eliminates
wheel spin in any conditions.
Inside a Used Outback
For its size, the Outback is
surprisingly roomy. So much so that even the tallest passenger can
sit comfortably in the front or rear seats. Because of its height,
there is excellent visibility all-around. The seats are extremely
comfortable, so much so that driving all day is not tiring.
There is more cargo space in a
used Outback than there is in an average compact SUV. The Outback
leads its class with over 35 cubic feet of cargo space behind the
rear seat. When the seats are folded, space increases to 73 cubic
If you are looking for a late
model used Subaru Outback, visit Hawk Subaru near Frankfort.