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Subaru Loves Earth Kickoff

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Subaru knows its customers care about the world they live in. Its dependable all-wheel drive vehicles have long fueled the passions of adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts nationwide, and that’s why the brand is committed to giving back.

Subaru recently announced that its Subaru Loves the Earth philanthropic platform will be renewing its partnership with TerraCycle. TerraCycle is a free recycling service that handles practically anything through its free recycling programs and Zero Waste boxes. It turns the results into useful community objects, like public benches and picnic tables.

This April, nearly 600 participating Subaru dealerships featured the TerraCycle Zero Waste Boxes on their premises to encourage employees and customers to recycle items like snack wrappers, disposable cups and lids, plastic straws, and more.

According to Thomas J. Doll, President and CEO of Subaru America, partnership is an accurate reflection of the brand’s corporate values. “This ongoing partnership allows us to act on what we at Subaru personally feel as a responsibility to protect the Earth’s natural wonders and promote a cleaner planet,” he said.

At Subaru of Morristown, we’re fully committed to Subaru’s philanthropic efforts and commitment to our community and planet. For the Subaru Love Promise, we devote our efforts to a partnership with Eleventh-Hour Rescue, a local no-kill animal shelter.

It’s this forward-thinking ethos that leads so many to choose Subaru vehicles. Well, that and their incredible longevity, standard and safe all-wheel drive, reliable boxer engines, and great designs.

So if you’re looking for a great car from a company and dealership that truly care about both you and the world around you, come visit us at Subaru of Morristown. We know what New Jersey drivers like, and we know how to provide great sales and service to everyone who comes through our doors. Check out our great selection of Subarus today!

2020 Subaru Outback Makes Its Debut

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The 2020 Subaru Outback has debuted, and it’s turning heads for so many reasons.

From first look, it’s all Outback, with the classic lifted-wagon styling it’s always had. It projects utility, capability, and unmistakable Subaru endurance. But both under the hood and in the passenger cabin, it brings a whole lot of fresh excitement to the lineup.

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For one thing, the Outback is now available with a turbocharged engine. Madison area drivers will be able to opt for the XT edition on the 2020 Subaru Outback, which puts them in control of a turbocharged Boxer engine that boasts 260 horsepower. Line that up with Subaru’s standard Symmetrical All-wheel Drive and a Lineartronic Continuously Variable Transmission and you have a car that’s not just practical–it’s seriously fun to drive.

Not only that, but the available engine offers up to 3,500 lbs of max towing capacity, the best pulling power and Outback has ever had.

On the inside, you’ll find something truly stunning: the largest touchscreen display ever in a Subaru. This available 11.6” tablet-style screen positions vertically, allowing you optimal control over all of your entertainment, navigation, communication, and car safety features. A new additional Front View Monitor offers a 180-degree view of your forward surroundings, melting away any blind spots and the potential accidents lurking in them.

And if you’re looking for a sharper look in your sportier, faster, smarter Subaru Outback, then you’ll love the Onyx Edition XT. Complete with black alloy wheels, black side view mirror accents, and an exclusive two-tone grey water-repellant upholstery with lime green stitching, the Onyx Edition is one of the sleekest, most captivating Subaru Outback models ever built.

All that new power, technology, and design now sits atop the fantastic Subaru Global Platform, designed for enhanced rigidity, safety, control, and noise dampening. You and your passengers will enjoy a quiet ride, and plenty peace-of-mind knowing that this perennial IIHS Top Safety Pick has just gotten even safer.

The new 2020 Subaru Outback has a lot to offer, and Subaru of Morristown will be proud to feature it when it makes its debut later this year.

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Checking The Tire Pressure In Your Car

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Making sure your car tires are properly inflated is often near the bottom of the to-do list for many car owners, despite it being one of the easiest things to check when it comes to maintaining your car properly. Subaru of Morristown recommends that you check your tire pressure monthly, when temperatures heat up, and right before a long road trip.

Should you need new tires because of a leaky valve or other difficult-to-detect problem, Madison area drivers can always visit our Subaru service center to have certified technicians take a look at it.

Madison Area Drivers Need To Know: Why Is It Important?

Under-inflated tires pose a threat to not only you, but other drivers on the road also. If you are not consistently checking your tire pressure, there is a good chance your tires will wear out faster, which leads to reduced control, blowouts, and crashes.

As an added bonus, routine tire pressure checks will ease the stress on your wallet. Your gas mileage decreases by about 0.2% for every PSI your tire pressure drops below the recommended level. As a result of maintaining your tires regularly, you can save yourself up to 3% in gas mileage.

Should you find yourself at a point where your tires are already worn down from under-inflation, our Madison area Subaru dealer always has service specials to check out before you come in.

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How To Check Your Tire Pressure

You can check your tire pressure at home or at a gas station. Good tire pressure gauges are cheap, and can prevent a lot of financial stress later on down the road.

It’s best to gauge your tire pressure when you haven’t driven in a few hours to get an accurate reading. Your owner’s manual should have the manufacturer’s recommended PSI, which you will need to make sure your tires are at a satisfactory pressure level.

Simply remove the end caps of the tires, being sure not to lose them in the process. Put the pressure gauge into the valve stem and press down to get a reading. You might have to do this a few times to make sure the reading isn’t off.

If the number shown is higher than the recommended PSI, push down on the valve to let out some air until the PSI is at the right level. If it is lower, you will have to visit an air pump station to fll up your tires.

Looking for other routine maintenance? Contact us to schedule an appointment with our certified technicians.

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