Outback 2.5i Limited
All of them. Convenience, eye$ight etc.
Bought it new. She wanted a smaller car than the Outback, we went to look at the Crosstreks. She was upgrading from a Kia Sportage and wanted something similar to the same size. They don't have power seats, nor many options she wanted. I sat her in the outback limited and it was like, "Can we drive it." "Uh, yeah. We'll drive it home." She effing loves it.
2016 Subaru Outback 2.5i Limited (Slate Grey)
I change the air filters. Added the remote start. I will say the 3 most disappointing things about this car is how heavy it is, the CVT transmission and the lack of a 6 speed manual option. There was a time when an automatic was an option. The paddle shifters work, but the CVT transmission is so slow. I know they do it for the mileage requirements. It just bums me out. That's why I bought the XT.
Clear bra package. Foolish enough to buy it from the dealer. Next time, go to the tint guy and have him do the entire hood, not just half.
All factory options attainable, were attained. She got everything she could. Navigation, satellite radio, the emergency service we have never needed/used. Lights that shine in the car, lights that shine when you walk by with the key.
Wheel and Tire
Nothing. I really want to put some fun in this car, just some wheels and tries. Absolutely not. And there is an effing in there somewhere. Her car, no mods.