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Got a new black outback and couldn't be more excited. It's the perfect vehicle for my family we are pumped.

We got a pretty basic model has bumper guard on it, and a cargo tray, but that is about it. Of course it has Bluetooth though its not the Bluetooth tech I've ever seen. Aside from the tiny things its an incredible vehicle and excited to be apart of the family.

In Montana where my family has spent the last 6 years and where we are moving back to is riddled with Subaru's. But this Sub is ours, and I want to make it ours.

So the question is, what should I do first or get first to make it feel mine, or better yet what accessories or parts do you have that you can't love with out?

Thanks all
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19mm Antisway Bar and a good set of all weather floor mats. Possibly Body Side Moulding and Wheel Arch Mouldings, after that it's just window dressing.;) Congrats on the new ride and welcome aboard.
 

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Rear Seat Back Protectors.. Winter Mats..

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In Arizona??:rolleyes:
There is a very beautiful part of Arizona that gets VERY cold and has a fair amount of snow. Im not sure if it justifies winter tires, but...


Personally I like my seat back protectors because I tend to throw a lot of stuff in the back from time to time.

I bought a set of Weathertech mats from a very nice guy on here. They are REALLY pricey full price so I would be patient and check ebay and other things for a discount that will come along. I do think the all weather mats are a must and the Subaru ones dont cover very much.

We all like different things. I love my puddle lights. lol

Its all up to you.
 

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2013 OB LTD, H4, White Pearl, Moonroof, splash guards, Side moldings, Rear bumper cover, and Digital WeatherTech mats
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Pretty much your discression

Everyone has there own biases. Stop the junk with asking everyone's opinion. Check out the subaru options, pick the ones you like, need and want and add them to your subaru. Then spend some time and puruse this forum and figure out the idiosyncrasies of the car and mod it till your money is gone.
Enjoy your Subaru
 

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So the question is, what should I do first or get first to make it feel mine, or better yet what accessories or parts do you have that you can't love with out?

Thanks all
Nothing like a scratch to make it your own. I took care of that within 24 hours of ownership. I followed up with hauling 3 kids, dog, mountain bikes, tools. I made it feel like it was mine in a hurry.

I did get side nets and seat back protectors that I like.

:)
 

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If you want to make it your own get some yellow fog light bulbs. I already have the rear seat back protectors, which came with the package I have on my premium.
 
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