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Subaru Owners Poll: Do you have a kid(s)

  • I drive a Subaru and have a kid(s)

    Votes: 62 65.3%
  • I drive a Subaru and do NOT have a kid

    Votes: 33 34.7%
  • I don't drive a Subaru, but I do have a kid(s)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • I don't drive a Subaru and do NOT have a kid

    Votes: 0 0.0%
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2013 Outback Limited 2.5i, 2011 WRX Limited
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I had a Subie before kid(s), and bought another, larger Subie just because of the kid(s). :)
 

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2019 Bronze Limited
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Can't see the poll on mobile....but we have an almost 6 yr old girl.

Sent from my MB855 using AutoGuide App
 

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2011 Outback Limited 2.5i/2018 Crosstrek limited
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...if the dogs count as kids, then yes...otherwise...nope...lol
 

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03 H6 OBW & 06 WRX Sportwagon
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I raised 3 daughters though they were adult at the time we bought our Outback. The youngest one totaled the wife's van and that is WHY we got the Outback!
 

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I got the OB because we had a kid on the way. It was a great excuse to buy a new car when my wife showed the first signs of morning sickness. "Oh, my low rider makes you want to barf? Let's get an Outback! They seem cushy." I love the OB, but I've been wanting a Mini Cooper lately to fix up. Wont be happening any time real soon though.
 

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2004 Outback Wagon, 2.5, 4EAT, All weather package.
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I am but a kid myself. I bought the Outback simply because the price was right and I liked how it drove. If I hadn't happened to borrow this one from a friend when my car was broken down, I probably would have never bought it. I'd still be driving around in a 2 door sporty coupe of some sort. A marriage of convenience quickly turned into a love of everything about the car. Roominess, handling, comfort, reliability and the ability to go anywhere I want, anytime I want, while carrying whatever amount of cargo I want.

Growing up my family always had big RWD Fords and GMs.
 

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'11 Outback 2.5i CVT - '06 Forester X 5MT
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I sold my '08 Legacy GT (Subaru #3) to get my wife the Outback when we found out she was pregnant. IMO it's the perfect family car. She loves driving it daily and comments often about how happy she is that we got it.

I finally found Subaru #5 and now have a MT Forester. The hatch is great and a perfect 2nd family car :29:

Wagons FTW!
 

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Got a dog then bought a impreza wagon. Had a boy then bought a legacy sedan. Dog went to heaven. Had another boy and bought an outback wagon. Just sold impreza. Will have another dog soon but new house is first on the list.
 

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every morning i take my dog and 2 year old daughter to run on my father in-law's property. i don't know who runs more, the dog or my daughter.
 

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2018 Outback Limited 2.5i Dark Blue Pearl/Ivory w'Eyesight
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Yep, but he's 26 and in college, but lives at home for now. He does fit comfortably in the back seat.
 

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I got my OB when first was about 2. I needed a car with more cargo room because my kid and everything to with him was getting tight in my car I had.
 

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2011 Outback Limited. White, Sunroof, 2.5, CVT. Bought 2/15/11. Love it! Broke 109K, 2/20.
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I vote no kid because mine are married and on their own,

And no we don't have a dog either.

But we do have a Miata!
 

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2004 Outback "Bluebaru" & 2005 Outback XT
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I had Subaru's as a kid (teen) and now after kids of my own (3). Two subaru's and a Suburban. :)
 

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Don't forget to run a poll on whether or not people like to answer poll questions, just to get a baseline. :)
 
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