Subaru drivers love their cars. If you own a Subaru, you might even call it by an affectionate Subaru-specific name like Sub (pronounced “soob,” of course) or Subie. Maybe even Subie Doo.
Subaru drivers are practical and adventurous. Subaru engines tend to have a lot of torque, but are often 4-cylinder, making them small despite their power.
As such, hauling a camper can be a bit of a tense moment for Subaru drivers. Will the car handle ok? Will it kill the engine to pull this camper up and over a mountain pass? How will my MPG suffer?
The GO is the perfect solution for Subaru drivers who want a camper. It is only 840-lbs, light enough to be pulled by a Mini Cooper or other small cars. Just like a Subaru, the GO packs a ton of punch for its size. It extends into a camper large enough to fit a family, and it can haul all the adventure gear you’d need.
So not only is it your camper, it’s also your hauler, and you’ll hardly notice you’re pulling it.
If you own a Subaru, you will want to check out the GO. We’re biased — but we built this beast for people exactly like you: the adventurous explorer who doesn’t want to compromise power for practicality.
All your gear and your camper pulled behind your Subaru. It does not get better than the GO.