Compare the Subaru Ascent to Similar Models in Georgetown, TX

How the New Subaru Ascent Outpaces the Competition

The residents of Georgetown, TX. know that you come to Subaru of Georgetown when you want a fun, reliable, and outstanding vehicle. Few things epitomize an amazing driving experience better than the Subaru Ascent. The Ascent is spacious, well-designed, versatile, and exciting to drive. So, on your next trip towards Austin, or when you are on your way to relax in Cedar Park, this midsized SUV will make the journey more enjoyable. With technology like the SUBARU STARLINK® Multimedia infotainment system and over 500-miles of highway driving range, you will love every minute of your road trip.

As a 2020 IIHS Top Safety Pick, the Subaru Ascent delivers excellence in every facet of its design. With 97-percent of Subaru vehicles purchased in the last 10years still on the road today, you know you are driving quality when you drive an Ascent. Whether you live, work, or play around Leander or Round Rock, this SUV has what you need to do more than get from A to B. It has the technology, design, performance, and safety features you need to take your adventure off the beaten path. Examine how the Subaru Ascent compares to the Toyota Highlander, Honda Pilot, and Mazda CX-9.

Subaru Ascent vs. Toyota Highlander

  • Starting at $32,295 MSRP, the Ascent is more than a leader in its class. It is affordable. Compared to the Highlander's starting MSRP, which is $34,910, the Ascent offers greater initial savings.
  • With the Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive standard across all models of the Subaru Ascent, this SUV promotes versatility during any adventure. Because All-Wheel Drive is not standard on the Toyota Highlander, you can purchase it for a greater price. You should enjoy your trip, whether you take it off-road or stay on the main path without paying more money to get additional adaptability. The Ascent lets you accomplish this goal.
  • Enjoy the maximum cargo volume of 86.5 cubic feet when you drive the Subaru Ascent. The Toyota Highlander only offers a maximum cargo volume of 84.3 cubic feet, meaning you can fit more of what you need and take fewer trips back and forth inside the Ascent.

Subaru Ascent vs. Honda Pilot

  • Less expensive than the competition, the Subaru Ascent saves you money with a starting MSRP of $32,295. The Honda Pilot has a starting MSRP of $32,550. The choice is simple-especially for your wallet.
  • Built with the excellent 2.4-liter turbocharged SUBARU BOXER® 4-cylinder engine standard on all models, the Ascent dishes out an impressive 277 pound-feet of torque to help you accelerate past any obstacle in your path. The Honda Pilot's 3.5-liter V6 engine provides only 262 pound-feet of torque, making for a less thrilling ride.
  • With the maximum EPA-Estimated combined fuel economy of 23 MPG in the Ascent, you can drive longer and spend less time at the pump. Compared to the EPA-Estimated combined fuel economy of 22 MPG found within the Honda Pilot All-Wheel Drive models, the Ascent lets you enjoy the ride longer.

Subaru Ascent vs. Mazda CX-9

  • The Subaru Ascent is serious about saving you money. The starting MSRP of $32,295 of the Ascent helps you spread the wealth to other important things in your life. The Mazda CX-9 has a starting MSRP of $34,160, making it the more expensive choice.
  • When you need the power to muscle through any obstacles, the Subaru Ascent has you covered. The standard SUBARU BOXER® 4-cylinder engine produces an amazing 260 horsepower, which is enough strength to carry you over any hurdles. Comparatively, the Mazda CX-9 offers only 227 horsepower. You can pay extra to get more horsepower, taking the total up to 250 horsepower, but ultimately, it falls behind the Subaru Ascent.
  • Stretch out and relax in the Subaru Ascent. Offering more all-around headroom and legroom than the competition, this Sport Utility Vehicle offers you comfort. The Ascent provides a roomy 41.3-inches/40-inches/36.3-inches front/middle/rear of headroom, and 42.2-inches/38.6-inches/31.7-inches front/middle/rear of legroom. However, the CX-9 only offers 39.3-inches/38.5-inches/35.4-inches front/middle/rear of headroom, and 41-inches/39.4-inches/29.7-inches front/middle/rear of legroom. The Subaru Ascent offers more room than the competitor.

Visit Subaru of Georgetown to Test Drive the New Subaru Ascent

When you are ready for excellence, you are ready for the Subaru Ascent from Subaru of Georgetown. Visit our showroom and test drive this amazing SUV.

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