Understanding Subaru Outback Dent Repair
Subaru Outbacks have a reputation for being reliable vehicles, especially in winter conditions. It’s difficult to drive around any local city like Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, Airway Heights, or Mead, and not see an Outback and any given intersection. They are quite popular in the Pacific Northwest for a variety of reasons. Listed below are a few of those reasons and also why Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) is a perfect match with this model of vehicle.
Reason 1 – All-Wheel Drive Benefits
Carmax, one of the largest used car dealers in America, has this to say about the Subaru Outback:
“Rain, ice, snow, wind, and uneven road conditions can leave you wishing for more traction while you’re behind the wheel. That is exactly what all-wheel-drive (AWD) systems are designed to do—send power to all four wheels to give you the confidence and traction you need.” Carmax has listed the Outback as their #1 top All Wheel Drive (AWD) vehicle on the market.
People who live in this region love the outdoors and prefer a vehicle that has either 4 wheel drive or all-wheel drive. Whether you are cruising up the mountain in North Idaho near Kellogg for some skiing or driving to the beach in Sandpoint, maximum traction is a welcome upgrade to your vehicle.
Off-road use can be rough on your Outback’s exterior. ding and dents are inevitable with this kind of lifestyle. Paintless Dent Repair is your answer to these pesky blemishes.
Reason 2 – Outbacks Are Very Economical
Subarus tend to be much more economical than other Wagons or Crossover/SUV vehicles. We tend to be a thriftier population here in the Inland Northwest. All the more reason why quality Paintless Dent Repair is a necessary service in this area. PDR gives you the best bang for your buck and allows the customers to ensure that they maintain the value of their investment and keep it looking new,
Many folks have never heard of paintless dent repair and just assume that if they get a door ding or minor dent, an expensive and invasive body shop repair is required.
Reason 3 – Outbacks Get Better Gas Mileage
The Outback wagon/crossover is a great alternative to a larger SUV. I’ve heard from many Subaru owners hat the gas mileage is much better than an SUV. Subaru uses thin metal for the skin of their panels. In fact, Outbacks have some of the very thinnest skin metal of any vehicle on the road! I know that hard to believe but if you’ve owned a Subaru for any length of time you can attest to how easily they damage. Although they market themselves as a rugged vehicle that can take on any driving conditions, they accumulate small dings and dents without much force applied. But again, paintless dent repair is a great way to handle this drawback to Subarus.
What To Do If I Get A Dent In My Outback
First, don’t panic. We’ve fixed hundreds, if not thousands, of Subarus over the years. The thin metal can make things tricky but not impossible to repair. Contact us and get a quick and easy estimate on your door dings and minor body damage.