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Unread 25th April 2018, 01:05 AM
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I bought a 2014 Subeeboo Forester early this year and have been driving it all over. I live in South Dakota and winter is my favorite time of year. I was driving a RAV4 for the past eight years but wanted something less "soccer mom" and more "off road." I take a lot of outdoor photos and go hunting, so I drive a lot of unpaved roads and even dirt trails. In the coldest months I drove out on the frozen lakes. Have not yet got the Forester stuck despite this being a "bad" winter! (There was a blizzard just last weekend, April 14.) So far I'm happy with the Forester, especially after putting new General Altimax tires on it. I'll have some questions later as I'm thinking of adding a receiver hitch so I can mount a winch. Also plan on adding a roof rack for a kayak or two, and already have a good Thule bike rack for a receiver hitch (wife & I ride Trek FX2 bikes on regional bike trails in warmer months.) The Forester really is a "utility vehicle" for me!

Kent in SD
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Unread 25th April 2018, 05:00 AM
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