2018 Subaru Outback accessories, winter sports, gift ideas
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Last Minute Subaru Outback Winter Accessory Gift Ideas

Do you have outdoor holiday plans? Check out these last minute Subaru Outback winter accessory ideas.
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If you need some last minute gift ideas, Subaru has you covered. Here’s a list of accessory ideas for your Subaru Outback so you can upgrade, accessorize and personalize your all-wheel-drive recreation vehicle for the holiday season. And they are all covered by the vehicle’s 3 year/36,000 mile warranty.

Before you head out to the high country this winter, you can warm up your Outback with a Remote Engine Starter that lets you warm up the engine and cabin before you get in. The key fob lets you start the vehicle from up to 400 feet away by pushing a button. The Rock ford Fosgate Audio Upgrade enhances sound quality on the journey and includes an amplifier and additional speakers and a digital signal processor tuned to align the listeners preference.

Cargo, Mountain Bike, Kayak, Paddle Board and Snowboard accessories

If you carrying passengers, you’ll need the extra space inside, and Subaru/Thule accessories are a good solution for the trip. The Crossbar Aero Set increases cargo-carrying capabilities and is compatible with Subaru roof attachments and the Thule cargo carriers. They come in 13 cubic feet, and larger 17 cu. ft. of lockable storage capacity, and features side opening. The Thule brand also offers the Extended Crossbar set for multiple accessories to be mounted to the roof, a Heavy Duty Roof Cargo Basket, Hitch mounted Bike Carrier, Roof Bike Carrier and Fork-mounted Bike Carrier for mountain bikes with up to 2.6-inch wide tires.

For winter sports enthusiasts, Thule offers the the Ski and Snowboard Carrier that holds up to six pairs of skis or four snowboards. For those who live in warmer climates, and you are into water adventures, Subaru offers the Thule Kayak Carrier or Paddle Board Carrier.

If you need to pull a small trailer, the Outback Trailer Hitch has a 200 lbs. tongue weight and 1,500 lbs. towing capacity. You can tow a small motorcycle trailer, boat or camper behind to handle your extra gear.

Other Outback accessories

The Auto-Dimming Mirror with Compass and Homelink detects glare, darkens automatically, operates most garage doors, security gates and home lighting. It can also be programmed to provide garage door status, so you know when it’s been opened.

The Auto-Dimming Exterior Mirror with Approach Light casts light down from all four doors, automatically reduces headlight glare, and works in conjunction with the auto-dimming interior mirror. The LED upgrade for the Map and Dome Lights provides a high lumen output for better visibility.

You can also get Body Side Molding, Door Edge Guards, Splash Guards (set of 4), Side Window Deflector (roll down windows and keep the weather out), Cargo Tray, Rear Seat Back Protector, Compartment Separator, Cargo Net (Rear Seatback), Cargo Cover (pull-out to keep items out of site), Rear Bumper Cover (protects bumper when loading cargo), and All-Weather Floor Mats.

Many Outback owners will use their vehicle for back-country adventures like skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, sledding and ice skating during the holiday break. Subaru has some good last minute gift ideas.

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