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An Overview of the 2020 Subaru Outback

Subaru's Outback maintains its standing as a popular all-wheel drive crossover SUV in the 2020 model year, giving drivers the kind of performance and comfort they need whether they're driving to work or traversing a trail miles from any paved road.

From its powerful Boxer engine that has an output of up to 260 horsepower and 277 pound-feet of torque to its lush interior with Nappa leather seating, the Outback aims to provide a driving experience that lacks for nothing. Stow a week's worth of gear in the 76 cubic feet of storage space, and tow 3…
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What Do You Need For A Roadside Emergency Kit


Here at Reynolds' Subaru, we know that the only thing worse than breaking down on the side of the road is to be stuck on the side of the road without tools. Packing a basic roadside emergency kit can help to save you time and it can give you peace of mind.

One of the first things you should pack into your kit are some tools. Make sure you have the basic tools for your vehicle, whether you need metric or imperial. This will make it so you can perform basic repairs. Another emergency kit essential is extra fluids. Having…
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Protect Yourself and Your Passengers with Hydroplaning Avoidance Techniques

Hydroplaning occurs when tires lose traction on wet roadways. The result is skidding, sliding, and slipping, a highly dangerous situation. Each year, a considerable number of people are injured and even killed in accidents caused by hydroplaning. There are some techniques you can employ to avoid hydroplaning.

You need to slow down in adverse weather conditions as a means of preventing hydroplaning. You need to avoid sharp turns and sudden braking. You also need to make sure your tires are inflated properly. You can also reduce the risk of this dangerous situation

 

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Choosing a Safe First Car for Your Teen

The vast majority of parents go with a used auto as their teenager’s first vehicle, but it can be difficult to know if you’re picking the right car, truck or van for your child. Reynolds' Subaru has a full array of high-quality used vehicles to select from, and we’d love to go over all your options with you when you come in and request a test drive.

A little knowledge goes a long way when buying any vehicle, and it’s critical to educate yourself on the safety ratings of the specific models that you’re considering…

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Whether to Refinance or Trade In Your Vehicle

If you are deciding between lowering your monthly car loan payments through a refinance or trading it in for a new car, your decision should be based on how long you want to keep your car. Refinancing your vehicle lets you drive it longer without committing to a new car purchase. You need to be aware that you will pay more money in interest over the term of the new loan.

Trading in your car is a way to lower monthly payments on your new car loan if you get more in trade-in value than what you have left to…
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Apple CarPlay Can Keep You in Touch When You're Away From Home

Apple CarPlay is a very popular technology that allows you to connect your iPhone, iPad or other Apple device to your vehicle and enjoy the same technology on the road that you do when you’re at home. Come to Reynolds' Subaru, allow our trained staff to explain how Apple CarPlay works, and answer any other questions you may have.

With the Apple CarPlay app and your device connected to your vehicle, you can get the most out of technology with only a touch of a knob or button....
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Which Tire is Better? The Summer or All-Season Variety?

Don't be overwhelmed with all of the different options that are available to you when it comes to new tires for your vehicle. You can decide upon the brand later on. Right now, think about whether you would prefer a summer set of tires or the all-season variety. Both of them have their perks, but one will likely stand out as the better option for your current budget and lifestyle.

A summer tire is designed to look nice on your vehicle, but they don't hold up well when the temperatures start to dip below freezing....
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Why You Should Wash Your Car Today

Buildup of dust, pollen and air pollutants can leave your car looking unsightly and can damage your car's paint, finish and undercarriage. Washing your car can prevent these outcomes. How often should you wash your car? We here at Reynolds' Subaru want you to have all the information required to provide optimal care for your car. Here's why you should wash your car every two weeks or every week.

Twice Monthly Car Wash

If you're blessed to live where the climate is fair, and you park your car in a covered garage, wash your car twice monthly…
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All-Weather Floor Mats vs. Carpet

Floor mats are a great way to keep your car clean, and they can also protect the interior of your car from damage. There are two basic choices: rubber mats or carpet mats. If you're unsure which one is best for you, we at Reynolds' Subaru can help pick the right mat for your car!

Rubber mats are a lot easier to clean than carpet, and they are very durable. They last longer that carpet, and are ideal for traveling with pets, and they are easy to clean if you work outdoors or have to deal with a lot…
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Tips For Touch Up Paint Application

After a long winter, you often end up with a few nicks or dings on your vehicle. Not every bit of damage requires an entire paint job. You can often use a bit of touch up paint to get the job done yourself. We have a few tips to share with you so you do a good job.
  • Make sure you buy your paint from a Subaru parts department. If you buy a product on the internet, we can't guarantee that it's going to end up looking anything like your current paint color.
  • Make sure your vehicle is…
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