“Okay, pay attention up, the ‘overlanding’ equipment on the Subaru Outback.
“Take a fairly succesful AWD car with a small engine that will get good fuel mileage for its measurement, rides very well on roads, on gravel, and on freeways.
“Now, (actually and figuratively) elevate it. Add massive heavy tires and a raise equipment that skews the journey and provides weight. An enormous heavy basket rack and lights and a roof tent and a shovel and traction board Add on the highest, including much more weight the place it is going to harm essentially the most. Now, add a bull bar with a full-size addition on the extra mild, massive heavy skid plate and a posh and heavy bolt on the rack on the again. A few of that Add jerry cans and a customized propane tank holder and…
“Congratulations! You have now ruined every thing that was good about your Outback and principally constructed a Jeep Cherokee that is worse in each attainable approach. Your Outback is now 1,000 kilos heavier, rides dangerous And the fuel mileage is totally tanked. Woohoo overlanding!”
I am not going to argue with that, am I?
Urged By: buckfidious