Originally Posted by rob1n1
Pretty sure crossovers are built to stay on tarmac but fulfill the typical American's idiotic desire for an SUV.
Pretty sure crossovers are built for many different reasons and purposes given the fact that not all crossovers are the same.
Edit: One thing I have yet to hear about from Subaru owners (I've heard plenty from other manufacturers) is how the power rear liftgate operates when there's a bunch of snow on top of your car like after a snowstorm or such. I'm curious as to how the motor works when lifting up the liftgate and how it fairs compacting the snow on the roof between the spoiler.