Do you remember the day when you were finally able to sit in the front seat of the car? You were all grown up and big enough for the front. Now that you look back on the moment are you thinking “What was wrong with the backseat?” I mean after all that is where all the action is right? Like this little girl, she seems to really be enjoying the backseat.
Mini Moves – Subaru ForesterⓇ Life in the Backseat Video
My Backseat Story
My own backseat story is wonderful (most of the time) childhood stories. Our backseat was actually the bed of a pick up truck (with a topper of course). My family would often drive from Tampa to Jacksonville to visit my grandmother. My sister and I would set up a whole fort of fun in the back of the truck. We packed it with board games, books, crafts, and sleeping bags. We would spend our trip getting excited about the fact that when we traveled we usually got McDonald’s and we could eat it right there in the truck. We would pass the time with board games, singing, and anything else that sounded fun in the backseat of the truck. The fun would usually wear off and we couldn’t wait to get out of the truck but each time we took the trip we would make the backseat our own.
I’ve test driven many cars but have not yet had the chance to drive a Subaru Forester but it sounds like a great car.
Subaru ForesterⓇ has always embodied the right-sized power, control and versatility that owners love. Now, it also represents a green-minded, fuel-efficient small SUV, as every 2014 Subaru Forester 2.5i model is a Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle* and built in a zero-landfill plant. Combine that with more cargo room, available power rear gate and 32 MPG highway,** and you’ve got a vehicle that can take every day to task. Of course, the redesigned Forester comes with road-gripping Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and the balance and power of the legendary SUBARU BOXER® engine.
* PZEV emissions warranty applies only in certain states. See your dealer for
complete information on emission and New Car Limited Warranties.
** EPA-estimated fuel economy. Actual mileage may vary.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Subaru. The opinions and text are all mine.