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General Information

Year
2013
Make
Subaru
Model
Outback 2.5L Premium CVT PZEV
Color
Graphite Grey
Packages
Winter
History
Bought lightly used at 7300 Miles from Nate Wade Subaru, It was a rental from Washington state, One of the few PZEV Outbacks in Utah at the time that was available for sale at the time. (I live less than 6 blocks away) in SLC UT and since purchase have just passed 30,000 miles in 2.5 years, No Oil issues whatsoever. I use Premium fuel for additional reduced emissions, don't waste my time with your opinion, google it yourself, there is a science to it. The OB went off road on groomed Snow in the 1st week of ownership, following a friend on a snowmobile to visit him at his cabin at Brighton Estates between Brighton Ski resort and Park City...the Stock Tires were impressive on the snow...or more likely it was the AWD system and traction control! Looking forward to blazing BridgeStone Blizzacks in snow this El-Nino winter going north to Snow Basin Resort every weekend.
2013 Subaru Outback 2.5L Premium CVT PZEV (Graphite Grey)

Modifications

Drivetrain
Stock
Interior
Sun glass holder clip broke, but I ordered several and replaced it myself in less than 10 minutes in my own garage. Store the replacements in the glove box with the users manual. I want the Rear view mirror with Home link...should be an easy buy and add...
Exterior
Want to Plasti-Dip the Grill and Stock Wheels and Chrome window accents Black have to Convince the Wife it isn't frivolous.
Audio
Bought a Garmin 3597 LMTHD used for 200.00 from an x missionary in Utah...couldn't ask for more in a GPS...its Way beyond any in dash Nav system even in 2015. Voice command is fun, responsive touch screen, automatic screen orientation like an I-Phone and lifetime updates, and included free HD traffic radio...no subscriptions...and the only highly magnetic mount that makes sense with a portable unit...too bad its discontinued.
Wheel and Tire
Looking at 15" Method VT Spec wheels to put offroad tires on, or 16" Sparco wheels for Snow Tires...we shall see..possibly 17" Method wheels with Winter snows...and offroads on the Stock 17" wheels, but would prefer smallest wheel possible for more tire options...

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