Whether you’re loading up the family for a long trip to the west coast or sitting in start and stop traffic, the 2017 Kia Sportage can assure an easy cruising ride. Featured in the Washington Post’s Cars Section, the new Sportage has lots offer for new and experienced drivers alike. With a turbocharged engine option,…
Even Bears Love Subarus
What has a two eyes, a snotty nose, and will completely destroy your precious Subaru from the inside? I’m thinking my toddler niece, but what’s worse? A juvenile black bear.
Last week in Colorado, two Sheriffs aided in the release of a bear that made its way into a Subaru Outback. The bear made it out of the Subaru unharmed, however the Outback suffered through quite a bit. He admired the stunning Subaru interior from top to bottom, but managed get a fews “scuffs” here and there. The spacious trunk housed the bear for quite a bit of time, evident in the condensation gathered on the windows upon the discovery. With such a marvelous exterior, who wouldn’t want to get a peek at the inside? No charges were pressed as the trespasser fled the scene, probably into the arms of his on-looking mama. To get your look at a Subaru, click here to schedule a test drive.