Should I lift my Subaru Outback?
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Also to know is, can I lift my Subaru Outback?
The Subaru Outback has become extremely popular with adventure enthusiasts. Using the same lift technology developed for the CrossTrek, our engineers have designed a brand new lift solution that will raise the 2015-2019 Subaru Outback 2" for a taller stance that increases ground clearance and allows for larger tires.
Beside above, are Subaru Outbacks fun to drive? The Subaru Ascent three-row SUV is pretty good, but its bulk prevents it from being enjoyable to drive. Not so in the Outback; while the steering isn't huge on feel or feedback, it does have firmness, heft, accuracy and a surprisingly quick turning ratio that makes the car feel nimble.
In this way, should I lift my Subaru?
Keep in mind that lifting your Subaru does come at a cost - notably your CV axles. While CV axles can typically last the life of the vehicle (over 200k miles), lifting your vehicle 2+ inches can shorten the life of them causing them to wear out prematurely. While it isn't a concern, you should be aware of it.
How many miles can a Subaru Outback last?
While results will vary and the big variable is always how well the car has been maintained, what I can tell you is a Subaru is capable of going 300,000 miles. And if you are a regular maintenance type of owner you should expect to get that type of mileage out of it.