The 2019 Subaru Ascent

 

The 2019
Subaru Ascent
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The 2019 Subaru Ascent vs. the Competition - Three-Row SUV Roundup

You're aware of the excitement, and the all-new 2019 Subaru Ascent's arrival has plenty of three-row crossover enthusiasts talking. Captivating by design and innovative in its functionality, this eight-passenger daily carpooler has created a lot of conversation here at Faulkner Subaru - Bethlehem. One topic of these discussions? How this all-new Subaru model compares to other SUVs in the marketplace.

We conducted research for insight into potential answers, uncovering key details when looking at how this 2019 Subaru Ascent model compares directly to the 2018 Honda Pilot and Toyota Highlander specifically. Read on to learn about the 2019 Subaru Ascent from a model-specific sense, as we delve deeper into head to head specifics for comparisons.

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2019 Subaru Ascent - A Revelation for the Large SUV Market

Many of the qualities that make the Subaru brand so famous - symmetrical all-wheel drive, standard Subaru EyeSight technology, impressive 8.7-inch ground clearance - exist for the 2019 Subaru Ascent design, but with a twist. This all-new Subaru SUV comes with three rows and the ability to seat eight passengers, offering 86.5 cubic feet of maximum cargo space. Noteworthy interior tech include an available 14-speaker Harman Kardon premium sound system, 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot and standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. Cabin amenities include satellite radio, tri-zone automatic climate control, available heated seats and a panoramic moonroof.


2019 Subaru Ascent vs. 2018 Honda Pilot - Direct Comparison

  • Standard symmetrical all-wheel drive vs. not available
  • Standard 277 pound-feet vs. 262 pound-feet (base engine torque production)
  • Standard 21 miles per gallon city vs. 19 miles per gallon city fuel economy
  • Standard roof rack vs. optional
  • Standard tri-zone automatic climate control vs. not available (base model)


2019 Subaru Ascent vs. 2018 Honda Pilot - Direct Comparison

  • Standard symmetrical all-wheel drive vs. not available
  • Standard 260 horsepower vs. 185 horsepower
  • Standard 2,000 pounds vs. 1,500 pounds towing (maximum Ascent towing - 5,000 pounds)
  • Standard roof rack vs. optional
  • Standard 277 pound-feet vs. 184 pound-feet (base engine torque production)

The 2019 Subaru Ascent - A Dynamic New Addition to an Award-Winning Brand

With the best-selling all-wheel drive cars in America for the past 10 years and serving as the Most Trusted Brand for Four Years Running according to Kelley Blue Book, Subaru aligns its award-winning qualities with a refreshing three-row design to deliver you the 2019 Subaru Ascent. This eight-seat crossover goes above and beyond when it comes to what it provides for the family carpool experience over the competition, and we welcome you to inquire about future availability before scheduling a test drive and having all of your questions answered by our team today.

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