Compare the Subaru Outback

We could tell you that the 2019 Subaru is the best midsize adventure SUV on the road until we are blue in the face. But the best way to really see how great the Outback is, is by seeing how well the competition stacks up. Like many drivers in Cary, NC you want to get behind the wheel of a safe, reliable, and affordable vehicle. Which are all standard features of the 2019 Subaru Outback as well as spirited and efficient performance that is ready to take the road less traveled.

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Subaru Outback VS Ford Edge

  • Drivers love to hear the words standard when shopping for a new car and the 2019 Outback comes standard with Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, 6.5-inch STARLINK multimedia with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto, Raised roof rails with integrated cross bars, and EyeSight Driver Assist Technology. All of which are extra or not available on the Ford Edge.
  • The Subaru Outback is the perfect SUV for every adventure with impressive off-road performance and the ability to tow up to 2,700 lbs. The Ford Edge can only tow up to 1,500 lbs. and all-wheel-drive will cost extra.
  • Many of our customers have a budget they would like to stick to and no one wants to pay more for less. The Subaru Outback no only starts at nearly $3,000 less than the Ford Edge but features more standard features.
  • Subaru Outback VS Kia Sorento

  • Fuel efficiency is an important deciding factor when shopping for a new car and the Subaru Outback leaves the Kia Sorento behind with better fuel economy ratings. The Kia Sorento only gets 22 city and 29 highway. The 2019 Outback, however, gets 25 city and 32 highway.
  • Advanced safety features can be the make or break point when deciding which SUV is right for you. Luckily, the 2019 Outback has more standard and available safety features. Like standard EyeSight Driver Assist Technology and available LED Steering Responsive Headlights. The same features on the Kia Sorento are only available on select trim levels.
  • Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive is a legendary feature of the Subaru Outback and is standard on every model to provide ideal traction and control no matter where the road may go. The Outback also comes standard with X-Mode with Hill Descent Control, and Active Torque Vectoring. The Kia Sorento is only available with all-wheel-drive for an additional cost.


    The Subaru Outback vs. the Kia Sorento near Durham, NC

    • Symmetrical All-wheel-drive is included on every new Outback standard, but not available on the Sorento
    • Better fuel economy ratings from the Outback, in both city and highway ratings
    • 10-way power adjustable driver's seat is included with the Outback, but this feature is not available on the Sorento
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