all your gunna get on ns is subaru basically but id say go for anything with all weel drive a car would get good milage such as a subaru. audi if you have some money real nice cars a suv would work but then again more gas money. pretty mucha nthing that has all weel drive even front weel drive would be fine becuase most of the time the roads are pretty clear and if your traveling 5+ hours to get somewhere im sure your not going to be doing it when the roads are real shitty
"You put on your boots, click into your bindings, dust the snow off your skis, and head out for the chair, and it doesn't matter that you failed a test, didn't get the girl, or that your life is on a one way trip down the shitter, your world is right for the next couple of hours."
any subaru that can carry skis without them becoming a death hazard in a car crash.. so the outback
"Afterbang cannot be found if one is looking. Afterbang must find you, and you must find your place within Afterbang. To reach for it is to let it slip from your grasp, but to let it go is to hold it with all your strength.Keep it hyphy, young apprentice." -- PanoJibber
outbacks generally get better gas milage and a much cheaper used. plus if you ski a 180cm + ski, it doesn't fit that well in an impreza. Outbacks are better for traveling, WRXs are just faster and more fun.
just picked up a 4motion passat wagon, audi's awd drive system with the price of a VW. Looked at a bunch of avants and outbacks, I just liked the build quality of a VW/Audi much better than the subis. Got 26mpgs with the cruise at 75-80 too.
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yeah, enjoy when your gas pump goes out and you timing belt explodes. make sure you get all the recall work done... and that "AWD" doesn't transfer power to the back wheels. I know, I've got one of those and have had it for 2.5 years. It has been great until recently, I've spent 2500 on repairs and there is still shit wrong with it. stupid VWs are nice, but NOT reliable. I'm selling mine and getting a subi.
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mikey:: "But wouldn't she know when she like (mutters off) downstairs"
me: "You have a small penis, don't you"
miley: "well not very small, but..."
I didn't mean it in a bad way I was just trying to say that subaru is a popular/mainstream car manufacturer in the skiers/ns demographic. There are some other alternatives just by looking at any AWD car such as a Honda Element, Jeep, Audi, VW (as mentioned before).
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i like my rear wheel drive, manuel ford explorer that doesnt have traction control, for traction control i put heavy shit in the back, and yet, i live and ski in area with very icy roads, that are hard to navigate, it takes more then a awd car, it takes at minimal a driver who knows what to do and how to react to the conditions, didnt end up in a ditch once last winter, and there are some nasty turns to the resort
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Name another affordable, spacious, AWD/4WD vehicle that can pull out 30mpg, put out 227 hp, fit 4-5 comfortably, house a ski rack, and live for over 250k. My WRX can, that's why I bought it. A Forester, Outback, or Tribeca is even better.