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    • Cristian Bravo
      Cristian Bravo

      What a stupid comparation !!

      about 2 days ago
    • Forrest Hayes
      Forrest Hayes

      What a waist of time. They didn't put snow tires on the Subaru??? So now we know that snow tires work better in snow than street tires. Who would have thunk?

      about 3 days ago
    • Leggir

      "The truck does all the thinking for me. " Hopefully it will film in the future too, maybe it'll be better. Oh snap.

      about 3 days ago
    • johnny5wd

      Had hoped for a test with
      - identical tires
      - similar ground clearance
      - comparable drivetrain
      - comparable transmission type
      - comparable differential
      - if one has a controllable center lock differential, no point in comparing
      - similar pricing (especially this point here)

      Older Subarus also had low and high gear, but if you're going to compare, if you enable traction control on one, do the same on the other. Know how to work the vehicle's systems and what they're for.

      This was a totally pointless test with a totally predictable outcome from the start, with one exception.

      I absolutely would LOVE the auto chain deploy feature a bus on my car!!!!!!!! That is BRILLIANT.

      Next comparison: M1 Abrams vs Ford river and dune traversal and horse versus cat tree climbing..

      Seriously? Missed opportunity.

      about 4 days ago
    • Michael467012

      So, evidently Subaru should be putting the aggressive tyres on as standard so that in comparisons like these, it has a chance of keeping up with the Raptor. It may never drop below freezing where I live but I may never know when I need to drag race a raptor in the snow. Forget the fact that the tyres on the Subaru are more about economy, longevity, handling and traction in a life that will be most likely on bitumen.

      about 4 days ago
    • carlo napolitano
      carlo napolitano

      wonder why subaru wont lend you cars

      about 6 days ago
    • Flush the Democrats
      Flush the Democrats

      The bus driver must have mad skills to drive that behemoth in those conditions!

      about 6 days ago
    • Jenny R
      Jenny R

      Where are the dead animal body's? Or did you cut them out to make it child friendly?

      If this comes up on the search for "Subaru vs Wolf" and theres no wolf in here, that means you cut out all the dead wolf carcasses you hit

      about 10 days ago
    • JS

      the comedians as always

      about 13 days ago
    • bbthing68

      Toyo tires are accepted as snow-capable in Colorado, and they aren't very expensive either. There's no excuse for testing the Subaru in snow with the stock tires.

      about 14 days ago
    • Tzwixi

      watching from France. This test is a complete non-sense. There are millions of Subaru in Switzerland and USA because they are very good on snow. Healthy Subaru with very good snow tire is hard to beat. Raptor may be well but so much weight it is gone be an immense issues when snow gets icy. However journalists dont know that fresh snow is fresh one one day then it changes to either ice or mash. Raptor is out of price this should not be ignored. Compare a Raptor to a WRX Sti in snow configuration (+/- same price as Raptor) would have be more just. This snow-Subaru STI will beat the crap out if not the hell out of the Raptor on snow. Storm or no storm, on road. If you get out of the road Raptor will be better for sure. Or you could have taken a nice subaru with spike tires. Will beat the crap out almost any car on the road. Spike tires too expensive?Come on, how much gas do you need to make this Raptor go forth?

      about 15 days ago
    • John R.
      John R.

      Again Roman Mica with the Raptor....he compares everything to the Raptor...c'mon dude get real....

      about 17 days ago
    • Tony Hightower
      Tony Hightower

      I know this is a older video but on many forums people are talking about 4A killing transfer cases. Not the case but you know what I mean.

      about 17 days ago
    • George Chaidaris
      George Chaidaris

      And the reason for such a pointless comparison is...?

      about 17 days ago
    • Chad DeVore
      Chad DeVore

      Get some Nokians on that Subaru and it'll be doing circles around the Ford

      about 18 days ago
    • Jon M.
      Jon M.

      Such a ridiculous comparison. Mid-size SUV vs full size V8 truck, definitely fair!

      As someone who has owned two Subarus, I am fully confident they can handle the majority of conditions. I've taken an old Forester through mountain winters in negative 20 temperatures, on unplowed snowy and icy roads and it got me to my destination without even barely struggling, and that was on all-seasons as well. I feel like these comparisons always paint Subaru in a bad light, but it's an unfair comparison to begin with. Yeah, you're not going to be ripping around in the snow like a maniac and stopping immediately like a giant truck would. But, the important question, WHO DRIVES LIKE THAT IN BAD WEATHER TO BEGIN WITH? If you do, you shouldn't drive. Subarus aren't invincible, they're not the best thing ever, I've had other cars, but in the case of bad weather, I trust Subaru every time.

      about 19 days ago
    • Jake McCoy is right but I am going to add this
      Jake McCoy is right but I am going to add this

      5:27 That sums up the entire video: β€œIt is all about tires.” The rest of the video is for entertaining people who have no clue.

      about 21 day ago
    • Jake McCoy is right but I am going to add this
      Jake McCoy is right but I am going to add this

      That red is absolute the best color for a winter jacket. It looks like a highlighter out there. Why in the world did I ever buy jackets in shades of grey for the winter?

      about 21 day ago
    • Peter Jamieson
      Peter Jamieson

      I can't believe what i'm seeing and hearing?!!

      about 21 day ago
    • Umbra says
      Umbra says

      The Subie is lighter and it has its differentials hidden high in the chassis. This and the superior AWD system makes it great in the snow. If it is equipped with proper tires, it is nearly impossible

      about 22 days ago
    • K H
      K H

      Driving begins at 4:48

      about 23 days ago
    • Kevin

      The Guys are idiots. This is the Dumbest Comparison ever. Garbage is what I see.

      about 24 days ago
    • Julia C
      Julia C

      I got aggressive winter tires then I had them studded for my Subaru. Even in deep snow (I wont lift my car because that's stupid looking) and I've never had a problem in Montana.

      about 26 days ago
    • Cole T.
      Cole T.

      Haha and you guys wonder why Subaru stopped helping you guys out! Making such an egregious comparison. My three year old nephew could tell you why this comparison is shit. Pathetic.

      about 1 month ago
    • Conrad Rideout
      Conrad Rideout

      Any winter environment needs winter tires. I like your videos and I understand what these guys are doing comparing stock to stock. But I know the ford truck with all terrain tires will do better than the outback but the outback would do way way way better with winter tires on it. Live the raptor though. What a beauty truck.

      about 1 month ago
    • STimedic1

      I would've considered a Raptor vs lifted 3.6R outback more of a fair challenge. The 2.5 is gutless.

      about 1 month ago
    • Scottydont1978

      Any comparison in snow with all seasons is a complete waste of time.

      about 1 month ago
    • Teet F
      Teet F

      This was a waste of time. Get snow tires then come pair the two.

      about 1 month ago
    • Mick Toby
      Mick Toby

      Enjoyed the tech explanations. My experience with 3 Outbacks (company cars) 300,000 miles over 8 years driving in ND, SD, WI, MN is that they are horrible in the wind driving on snow covered and ice covered Interstate. Take the wind out of equation and with the right tires the Outback rocks.

      about 1 month ago
    • Roma12

      How do you get your son to be just as wrong and corrupt as you are? You openly admit you don't have proper tires for the Subaru for this test but you did it anyway. Hope Tommy didn't major in journalism in school. The only redeeming part of this video was that couple was snowed it. All else, fake. This is why many of us unsubscribed you.

      about 1 month ago