Taking on the Snow? Here’s Why Subaru Makes the Best Choice for Tackling Winter Weather in Northwest Arkansas


Although we don’t tend to get a ton of snow here in Northwest Arkansas, it never hurts to be prepared in case we do happen to have a sudden snowstorm. And let’s be honest, have you ever tried driving on snowy roads without the right vehicle? It’s not a fun or a safe time, we can promise you that. Because Subaru has been consistently named as one of the best cars to drive in the snow according to U.S. News, Forbes, Digital Trends and more, you can rest easy knowing you’ve got the perfect car for the job -- no matter how cold it may get.



For starters, every single Subaru model is able to take on the snow, from the Outback Legacy sedan all the way up to the Outback Forester SUV. Thanks to Subaru's incredible and exclusive Symmetrical All Wheel Drive arriving standard in all Subarus, snowy roads will always know who’s boss every time you venture out into a winter wonderland. (Hint: that’s you and your Subaru!) You’ll never have to worry about slippery streets in an all-new Subaru, especially considering each model comes with its own powerful and reliable powertrain to power you outwards and onwards. And although the Subaru Legacy’s ground clearance isn’t quite as high as the Subaru Forester’s, that doesn’t stop each Subaru model from cutting through snow drifts with ease.


What’s the point of driving out in the winter weather if you can’t enjoy it, too? Yet another reason Subarus make such spectacular snow stars is their impeccable comfort and climate control. Heated seats, a heated windshield, heated rear glass, and heated mirrors ensure you not only stay warm and cozy but that it’s also easy to see out of your Subaru from every angle. Additional features like Adaptive Cruise Control, Pre-Collision Braking, and Blind Spot Detection work overtime to keep you, your passengers, and your Subaru safe at all times.


Adventure Subaru has one of the largest selections of winter weather-ready Subarus in the great state of Arkansas! Click here to give us a visit today.

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