With so many great Subaru SUV options, it can be hard to pick the right one for you and your life. For many people buying a new vehicle, one deciding factor is the size of the vehicle. The Subaru Crosstrek is a popular choice for those living in Bethlehem, PA. Here at Faulkner Subaru Bethlehem, we want to help you as much as possible by examining the differences between the sizes of these SUVs.

Where does the Subaru Crosstrek fall in the Subaru Lineup?

The Crosstrek measures in at 175.8-inches in length and a width of 71-inches. It provides you with 20.8 cubic feet of cargo space with the backseat up. Folding down the rear row of seating will give you access to 55.3-cubic feet in gasoline-powered models. Hybrid models have a bit less room, with 15.9-cubic feet with the seats up.

Those who find they need a bit more space will want to look at the Forester. It is 182.1-inches long and 71.5-inches wide. With the seats up, the Forester offers generous cargo carrying capacity at 33.0-cubic feet. When you need more room for gear than people, the maximum capacity of this option is 70.9 cubic feet.

The always-popular Outback is another option. This SUV choice is quite a bit longer than the first two, coming in at 191.3-cubic feet in length. Width-wise, the Outback is 73-inches. The cargo capacity with the rear seats up is just a hair smaller than in the Forester at 32.5-cubic feet. With the seats folded down, however, the Outback is significantly bigger at 75.7-cubic feet.

Anyone needing room for more than five people will want to see the Ascent for themselves. This three-row SUV is 196.8-inches in length and 76-inches in width. With all three rows of seats up, it provides 17.6-cubic feet for loading groceries and other necessities. Fold-down both of the back rows and you'll have access to 86-cubic feet instead.

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