$69 Convenient and stable
-Combines jack stand and Hydraulic bottle -jack in one unit, eliminating need for separate jack stand.
-Height range: 8-5/8 inch to 18-3/8 inch
-Designed to safely Lift and hold both Regular and unibody cars and trucks.
$79 Convenient and stable for larger vehicles
-Safely lifts and holds unibody and body-on-frame vehicles, 3 ton capacity
-Combines jack stand and Hydraulic bottle jack in one unit, eliminating need for separate jack stand
-Height range: 11 inch to 21 inch
-Safety bar locks the unit desired height
***Not, this is too tall to fit a stock height Subaru
$228 most convenient but large
-LIGHTWEIGHT AIRCRAFT-GRADE ALUMINUM: Allows for easy maneuverability.
-DUAL PUMP PISTONS: Quickly raises the floor jack saddle to load.
-REINFORCED LIFT ARM: Increases strength, chassis torsion control, and durability.
-VEHICLE PROTECTION: Designed with a rubber saddle and a foam handle bumper.
-SIDE-MOUNT HANDLE: Allows for convenient jack positioning.
-2 PIECE HANDLE: Allows for easy storage.
-BYPASS AND OVERLOAD VALVES: Prevents over-extension of hydraulic ram and jack use beyond rated capacity.
-COMPLIES WITH ASME PASE-2014 SAFETY STANDARD.
Even if you purchase an off-road oriented jack, I highly recommend you keep your OEM scissor jack in your vehicle. It has a very low profile that's no more than 4 inches. If you blow a tire on a trail on rough uneven terrain then you've just lost as much height as your tire sidewall. For example, my 2019 Honda Passport has 14 inches of clearance at the side overhangs, but my tire sidewall is 6.8 inches. This can leave me as low as 7.2 inches of clearance after the tire blow out. My off-road jack will no longer slip under. I'd have to either drive my blown out tire on top of a rock, or I could just slip in my OEM jack and jack my vehicle up enough to insert my off-road jack.