What Subaru Models Have EyeSight

Over the years automotive technology has advanced considerably, which means safety is more than just seatbelts and airbags. Some of the safest vehicles on the road these days have high-tech active safety systems that can identify and react to roadway dangers before drivers are even aware. Morristown drivers can find these advanced safety features on new Subaru models for sale called Subaru EyeSight.

Like a second pair of eyes, EyeSight is anchored in it’s set of dual color cameras located near the rearview mirror that scan the road ahead for unanticipated dangers. This suite of safety features has four technologies, adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist and sway warning, pre-collision braking, and pre-collision throttle management, that warn you of potential danger and can even apply the brakes to help you avoid it.

These safety features are typically standard on premium or luxury brands, but in the case of Subaru, EyeSight is offered on select trims for six of its vehicles, which include the following:

  • Legacy
  • One of the first vehicles to receive EyeSight technology in the United States, the Legacy is a midsize car and is unique in its class for offering all-wheel drive as a standard feature. Although EyeSight is not standard on its base trim, you can add it to any of it’s higher trim levels, such as Premium, Sport, and Limited.
  • Outback
  • The wagon variant of the Legacy, the Subaru Outback offers EyeSight standard on the top-level Touring, but can be added to any of its trims above the base-level, like the Premium and Limited
  • Impreza
  • One of the smallest vehicles in the Subaru line-up, EyeSight is optional on its Premium, Sport, and Limited trim levels in both the sedan and hatchback model.
  • Crosstrek
  • The off-road version of the Impreza, the Subaru Crosstrek has the EyeSight suite of safety features available on the a base-level model as well as available on its Premium and Limited trim levels.
  • WRX
  • The WRX model is the high-performance variant of the Subaru Impreza and is split into five different trim configurations. Out of all of these, only the mid-tiered level, the Limited, is available with EyeSight technology.
  • Forester
  • Already considered one of the safest Subaru models for Morristown drivers and awarded as the Top Safety Pick Plus by the IIHS due to its advanced crash test results, the Forester offers Subaru EyeSight standard on the top-of-the-line Touring and available on the Premium and Limited trim levels.

Want to try out for yourself how Subaru Eyesight works? Contact us at Subaru of Morristown and schedule a test drive of any Eyesight-enable vehicle of your choice. We look forward to hearing from you!

What Colors Does the 2019 Subaru Forester Come In?

Renowned for its reliability and safety features, the all-new 2019 Subaru Forester offers Morristown drivers the most space, capability, and features in its 22-year history. Available in eight exterior colors and five trim levels, this compact SUV promises a dependable ride without the expensive price tag.

Looks aren’t everything, so it’s a good thing that the new 2019 Subaru Forester is just as impressive on the inside as it is on the outside. Built on a new Subaru Global Platform and powered by a 2.5-liter boxer-four engine that delivers 182 horsepower and 176 lb-ft of torque, this SUV promises improved ride comfort, quietness, and agility. Within the cabin, drivers can enjoy gains in head and legroom, as well as wider rear door openings that make it easier to put in a child seat. With new standard safety features like EyeSight and an available DriverFocus, this new Subaru model for sale will win the whole Morristown crew over.

To learn more about the 2019 Subaru Forester or to schedule a test drive, contact Subaru of Morristown at (888) 892-3239.

How to Tie Your Christmas Tree to Your Car

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It’s that special time of year again and you just scored big at the Christmas tree farm, now all that’s left is to get it home in one piece. That can be easier said than done, but with these tips and tricks you can safely tie your Christmas tree to your car without any added stress.

1. Measure: Before purchasing your Christmas tree, measure the height of the room where you plan to display the tree to ensure it will fit. Ideally, your tree should be at least six inches below the ceiling or lower depending on the size of your tree topper.

2. Use the Right Vehicle: It’s best to transport your new fir tree on top of a vehicle equipped with a roof rack, but if need be you can use the bed of a pickup truck, or an SUV, van, or minivan that can fit the tree inside with all the doors closed.

3. Protect Your Car and Tree: Most Christmas tree farms provide netting, but if you happen to go to one that doesn’t, shake the tree before wrapping it in an old blanket or tarp to free any loose needles. It’s also a good idea to lay down another blanket on the roof or bed of your truck to protect your car from scratches, and ensure the tree won’t shed as many needles on the way home.

4. Position the Tree: The tree should be placed so that the trunk is facing toward the front of the car. This helps prevent wind damage to the tree and guarantees your beautiful tree you just picked out won’t lose too many needles.


5. Tying it in Place with Roof Racks: If you have a roof rack, secure the tree to your vehicle by first opening your car doors; if you try to tie the tree down through the windows, you won’t be able to open your car doors. Next, take a piece of rope and knot it to one side of the roof rack. Stretch the rope across the tree, stopping to wrap the line a couple times around the trunk, before tying off the rope to the roof rack on the other side. Wrapping the line around the trunk helps to prevent the tree from sliding under the line and becoming a danger on the road. All that’s left is to repeat this process at the middle and near the tip of the tree to fully secure it to your ride.

6.Tying it in Place Without Roof Racks: If you don’t have a car with a roof rack, you can still get your tree home safely. As with roof racks, remember to tie down the tree with the doors open, rather than going through the windows. Follow the same instructions as above but use a heavier gauge rope so as to not cut into your car door weather stripping and keep your tree in place.

Whether you get your holiday fir from a local lot or a nearby tree farm, these few foolproof tips can help you transport your Christmas tree without risking life, limb, or damage to your vehicle. For more information on all your Subaru can handle, or to find the right ride this holiday season, be sure to contact Subaru of Morristown by calling (866) 910-3466 today!

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