“OK, hear me out, ‘overlanding’ equipment on a Subaru Outback.
“Take a fairly competent AWD automobile with a small engine that will get respectable gasoline mileage for its measurement, rides rather well on roads, on gravel and on freeways.
“Now, (actually and figuratively) jack it up. Add larger heavier tires and a elevate equipment that spoil the experience and add weight. Add a giant heavy basket rack and lights and a roof tent and a shovel and traction boards to the highest, including much more weight the place it’s going to damage dealing with probably the most. Now, add a bull bar to the entrance with extra lights, huge heavy skid plates and a full measurement spare on a sophisticated and heavy bolt on rack on the again. Add a pair jerry cans and a customized propane tank holder to that and…
“Congratulations! You’ve now ruined all the pieces that was good about your outback and constructed what’s principally a Jeep Cherokee that’s worse in each doable method. Your Outback is now 1,000 kilos heavier, rides worse and the gasoline mileage has utterly tanked. Woohoo overlanding!”
I’m not going to argue with that, are you?
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