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TexasTJ

Climbing Nerd
My main complaint is that it's slightly curved, so sometimes accessories don't stand up straight.

I take off the basket when I don't have any camping trips planned, so being able to tuck them away when not in use is pretty great.

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This so makes me want to Sell my LR3 and Get an Outback! Love this!
 

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MiamiC70

Active member
The 2017+ Outback Touring 2.5i/3.6R(XT) have the low profile non-USDM roof rails.


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Correct, and to get them you need to buy the Touring! Which in my case was almost another $4k over my full loaded 2019 Limited 3.6 and added more gaudy fake chrome, single choice of interior and a heated steering wheel.
 

borison

Adventurer
Correct, and to get them you need to buy the Touring! Which in my case was almost another $4k over my full loaded 2019 Limited 3.6 and added more gaudy fake chrome, single choice of interior and a heated steering wheel.
Yeah, I’ve seen the touring rails, much better but, yeah - chrome. When they came out with the 3rd gen Outback I was hopeful they were gonna get sleeker and faster looking. Alas, the OB seems to get frumpier and frumpier. That roof rack definitely doesn’t help.
 
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