Update for anyone who said Subaru:

DO NOT under any circumstances, rely on these things for mild off roading. They can’t do it. My 2015 outback with a 1” lift and HD rear springs, in “X-Mode” would not traverse a mildly muddy 2 track. Not wet soupy mud either. And I have Hankook Dynapro A/T2 tires on it.

It does well on snowy or rainy roads, but I’ve lost all confidence in it for even light off roading. In a cross-axle situation, the computer does not send power to where it’s needed. Thinking about getting a used 4Runner or Cherokee Trailhawk once the $$ makes sense. I feel like something with a rear locker is a perfect balance