Follow the Mississippi in the Subaru Outback

Subaru vehicles are inspired by one thing: adventure. Here in Illinois, why not satisfy the hunger for adventure in both you and the Subaru by following the mighty Mississippi, and what better way to do that than behind the wheel of a Subaru Outback?

According to myscenicdrives.com, there is a drive called the Great River Road, and it covers the entire western border of the great State of Illinois that is carved out by the Mississippi River itself. From the bottom of Wisconsin to the top of Kentucky, you will trace the eastern bank of America's longest river, and take in the beautiful and historical sites along the way. These include places like the Belvedere Mansion and Gardens, The Ulysses S. Grant Home State Historic Site, and the Lewis and Clark Historic Site. You will also see natural spectacles like the Pere Marquette State Park, the Big River State Park, and the Mark Twain National Wildlife Refuge.

Now, this trip would be a wonderful adventure for anyone driving any vehicle, but there's something about the Subaru Outback's capabilities, and comfort that would make the trip that much better. So, come by our dealership today for a test drive and experience the difference for yourself. For more information on the road trip potential in the Subaru Outback, please feel free to contact us directly here on our website.

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