Posts Tagged With: Subaru AWD

The Crossover Climb Challenge | Rimrock Subaru

Recently, an independent testing organization, the USAC, put unmodified, factory-spec, all-wheel-drive vehicles from various manufacturers through a very difficult test – climbing and descending a slippery, steep, low traction ramp, to simulate a slick or ice covered hill. See if Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive is up for the challenge in this entertaining video.

Also, check out this video, where instructors investigate the safety of the AWD systems of the top Crossovers on the road today, at the Emergency Vehicle Operations Center, which teaches police, firefighters, and other first-responders how to deal with the toughest road conditions imaginable.

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2014 Subaru Forester vs. the rest| Rimrock Subaru

Check out the 2014 Subaru Forester, as it’s put through its paces by expert driving instructors – along with the competition. The instructors dont play favorites on asphalt, off road, ice and snow. How does the the Forester stack up? Check out the video below:

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Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, Explained | Rimrock Subaru

Subaru’s Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive ‘sends power to all wheels simultaneously for maximum traction and acceleration. In slippery conditions, that power instinctively flows to the wheels with the best traction to ensure you always have the best possible grip on the road, regardless of the conditions ahead. ‘

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