Are you cool enough to rock this Subaru vanity license plate?

We know certain things about Subaru enthusiasts to be true:  Their preferred engine shape is a box, AWD is their favorite acronym and if you ask them what modifications they’ve made to their car, you’ll need to clear your schedule for the rest of the day.

Don’t believe us?  A forum member on the Subaru enthusiast forum NASIOC posted a simple question back in 2010 asking what the correct spelling of ‘Suby’ should be for vanity license plates.

More than four years later the voting appears to have finally ceased, for now at least.  These are the results:

In no particular order: 
Scoobie Woobie
Sue Bea
2015 Subaru WRX EcoHitch

No matter which Subaru vanity license plate you choose to rock on your Subaru, owning a Subaru definitely says something about you.  We can’t exactly sum up what it means to drive a Subie, Suby or whatever you want to call it, but we know how to make a Subaru trailer hitch that you can be as proud of as any other accessory on your car.

Here are three main qualities that make EcoHitch for Subaru special:

1.    Hidden designs

EcoHitch is a hidden trailer hitch.  The trailer hitch crossbar is concealed behind the bumper on every Subaru trailer hitch we manufacture.  On any Subaru equipped with a rear fog-light knockout panel the hitch is totally invisible when not in use – the receiver is accessed through the knockout panel:

2015 Subaru WRX EcoHitch – fog-light knockout panel removed.

2015 Subaru WRX EcoHitch – fog-light knockout panel installed.

2.    No drill 

2015 Subaru Outback EcoHitch installation video

Don’t drill into your baby!  EcoHitch is a 100 percent no-drill trailer hitch.  By bolting into preexisting holes in your vehicle’s frame EcoHitch complements the structural integrity of the vehicle.

Our trailer hitch installation is a simple and straightforward process that many Subaru owners enjoy performing at home.  We are also happy to locate a trusted installation facility on your behalf.

3.    Lightweight and aerodynamic

EcoHitch for Subaru BRZ

EcoHitch is engineered strong, not heavy.  Every EcoHitch meets stringent national SAE J684 towing safety standards, is designed to complement the underbody airflow and aerodynamics of the vehicle and does not negatively impact ground clearance. 

To find EcoHitch for your Subaru visit us online.

Get Out and Go Subie (or however you spell it) your way with EcoHitch.

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