Subaru vehicle versatility stretches beyond fold-down seatbacks, roof racks, and cup holders. There are times – whether by choice or necessity, as many of you have told us – when your Subaru is the only option for a place to sleep.
You might need a nap on a long-distance drive or shelter from a rainstorm that has tested your tent’s waterproofing. Maybe you’ve packed rubber mats or air mattresses along with sleeping bags to use your Subaru as a hotel – where it might be the only convenient option for sleeping when traveling across isolated parts of the country.
Going camping? Birding weekend? Music festival? Emergency stopover? For any one of hundreds of reasons to sleep in your Subaru, you can just lower the rear seatbacks and stretch out or tilt back the front seats. A Subaru will protect you from the elements and provide an excellent platform for rest!1 Subaru Gear also helps make the stopover even more comfortable.
We have selected some Subaru Gear to get you started on your adventure. Start your packing list by clicking on the image below to learn more about these and other gear essentials.
Illustrations: Paula Schultz
1 For your safety, please remember to avoid running your engine for prolonged intervals when parked.