New Subaru Outback vs. Competition From Toyota, Ford, Chevy & More in Florence, KY

Adventures Await in this Versatile Subaru Outback Crossover

The Subaru Outback is the perfect vehicle for you if you crave adventure and like to live your life a little outside the box. Whether that entails long weekends in the backcountry or simply being the first in your social circle to check out the newest hotspots in the city, the Subaru Outback will get you there in style. At Joseph Subaru of Florence, we are ready for you to take a test drive. Stop in soon to take a closer look at this award-winning SUV.

How Does the Subaru Outback Compare other Sport Utility Vehicles?

You've heard a lot of great things about the Subaru Outback. In addition to its roominess and comfort inside, it has the all-wheel drive that you want and is known for being a vehicle ready for adventure. A friend really loves her Ford Edge though, and one of your co-workers just got a Toyota Highlander, which also looks like a really nice vehicle. While they are all great, we believe that you'll be happiest with the Subaru Outback for several key reasons.

We hope that this information helps, but encourage you to stop by Joseph Subaru of Florence soon and take a test drive of the Outback or any of our other new Subaru inventory. We offer auto loans and leases to fit your budget and lifestyle and our friendly and helpful staff here in Florence, KY, look forward to serving you. We're located very close to the areas of Cincinnati, Covington, Fort Thomas, Independence, Erlanger, Fort Mitchell and Indiana, also.  

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Joseph Subaru of Florence

7600 Industrial Rd
Directions Florence, KY 41042

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The 2019 Subaru Outback - Why Choose Subaru?

The rugged, stylishly elegant Outback offers Florence and Cincinnati drivers plenty in the way of utility, tech, and safety. For drivers that require everyday transport to work, or drivers that are just looking for a bit of off-road capability, the Outback fits the bill in both cases. If you're traversing snow, rain, dirt, or just asphalt, this Subaru SUV is more than a functional vehicle for your needs. Sporting an estimated 32/25 miles per gallon highway/city fuel economy rating, the Outback is efficient in addition to being well-rounded. Every 2019 Outback model now comes standard with the EyeSight driver assist system for those Florence drivers concerned with improved confidence (adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning, lane-keep assist, pre-collision and reverse automatic braking). Additionally, the 2.5i trim option comes with an improved audio system over the 2018 model, which includes SiriusXM, a single-disc CD player, and a revised instrument cluster with a five-inch display. If you're interested in seeing how the 2019 Outback matches up against other competitors, read on.

Subaru Outback vs. Toyota Highlander

  • While the Outback comes standard with all-wheel drive, you'll have to upgrade to higher trim options if you'd like all-wheel drive with the Highlander.
  • As far as fuel economy goes, the Subaru offers an impressive 32/25 miles per gallon highway/city fuel economy while the Highlander has an estimated 24/20 miles per gallon highway/city fuel economy.
  • If you're a driver that is looking for a solid amount of towing capacity, the Subaru might be for you. The standard trim (2.5i) offers drivers 2700 pounds of towing capacity. Comparatively, the Highlander offers Covington drivers 1500 pounds of towing capacity.

Subaru Outback vs. Ford Edge

  • Coming standard with all-wheel drive, the base trim of the Ford Edge offers Fort Thomas drivers front-wheel drive.
  • Between the two vehicles, the Subaru offers more in the way of fuel capacity.
  • If you're looking for a vehicle with variable assisted steering, the base trim on the Subaru vehicle comes with variable assisted steering while the Ford lacks this feature on its base trim.
  • As far as front seat headroom and legroom goes, the Subaru comes out with the most of both when compared to the Ford Edge.
 

Subaru Outback vs. Hyundai Santa Fe Sport

  • The Subaru once again comes standard with all-wheel drive while the Santa Fe Sport comes standard with front-wheel drive.
  • Driver assistance features wise, the Subaru comes standard with a suite of driver assistance features with EyeSight (adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning, lane-keep assist, pre-collision and reverse automatic braking). The 2018 Santa Fe Sport doesn't come standard with driver assistance features.
  • When comparing fuel tank capacity, the Subaru comes out on top with a larger fuel tank capacity.
  • Making the most of every drop of fuel is important. With the Subaru Outback, you can ensure that you stay efficient with an estimated 32/25 miles per gallon highway/city fuel economy rating. The Santa Fe Sport has an estimated 27/21 miles per gallon highway/city fuel economy.
 

Subaru Outback vs. Jeep Cherokee

  • Right out of the gate, when comparing the base trims, the Outback offers all-wheel drive, while the Cherokee base trim does not.
  • For those concerned with fuel efficiency, the Subaru option sports a better fuel economy rating than the Cherokee.
  • The base trim Outback model offers Florence drivers more in the way of fuel capacity when matched up against the base Cherokee model.
  • Stretch out in a Subaru Outback that offers Covington drivers more front seat headroom and legroom than the Cherokee.
 

Subaru Outback vs. Chevrolet Equinox

  • Cincinnati drivers looking for some off-road capability, the Outback comes standard with all-wheel drive. The Chevrolet Equinox comes standard with front-wheel drive.
  • Ensure that you have plenty of fuel at your disposal on your drive from Florence to Covington, KY; the Subaru Outback has a larger fuel capacity than the Equinox.
  • For those Fort Thomas drivers looking to add towing capability to their list of capabilities, the Outback has over 1,000 pounds of towing capacity than the Equinox when looking at standard trim versions.
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