Compare the New Subaru Ascent Near Charleston with Other New Midsize SUVs

When drivers around Mount Pleasant buy a new SUV, they often research lots of different models before making a decision. The SUV class, especially the midsize SUV class, is crowded with great offers providing capability, cabin space, safety, and entertainment for all, but the amount of offers means more models to compare. Well, our dealership wants to help car shoppers in any way possible, and that includes comparing the Subaru Ascent with midsize SUVs from Toyota, Honda, and Nissan.

Ascent vs. Toyota Highlander

Subaru Ascent vs. Toyota Highlander

  • The Subaru Ascent is an SUV built for adventure, and that comes from a standard engine that has 260 horsepower and 277 pound-feet of torque as well as a higher ground clearance than the Toyota Highlander. Plus, the Subaru Ascent comes standard with all-wheel drive while the Toyota Highlander only has it as an option that costs over $1,400.
  • Both the Subaru Ascent and Toyota Highlander are new SUVs near Hanahan with seating for eight, but the new Ascent looks to keep all comfortable, which it shows with more head, leg, and shoulder room in the third row than what the Toyota Highlander offers.
  • These two midsize SUVs provide many different standard features for drivers to enjoy, from Apple CarPlay to adaptive cruise control, but the new Subaru Ascent near Goose Creek has more features, like roof rails, while starting at a more affordable price than the new Highlander.

Ascent vs. Nissan Pathfinder

Subaru Ascent vs. Nissan Pathfinder

  • You want space in your three-row SUV, and the Subaru Ascent has it. Every new Subaru Ascent near Summerville has more hip room in each row than you'll find in the Nissan Pathfinder, and it has more passenger volume and a greater max cargo capacity than the Nissan SUV, too.
  • The six-cylinder engine of the Nissan Pathfinder isn't quite as efficient as the four-cylinder engine of the Subaru Ascent, but the Subaru Ascent is actually the SUV with more torque, which helps with towing and acceleration. And, you'll enjoy the traction of all-wheel drive on every Subaru Ascent, but the Nissan Pathfinder has it as an option.
  • These SUVs share a variety of standard features, from three-zone climate control to Apple CarPlay, but the Subaru Ascent comes standard with more technologies, such as Adaptive Cruise Control, and amenities, like roof rails!

Ascent vs. Honda Pilot

Subaru Ascent vs. Honda Pilot

  • The Subaru brand focuses on crafting vehicles ready for any trip or driving condition, and a large part of that comes from the standard all-wheel drive that is in most of the automaker's vehicles, including the Subaru Ascent. The Honda Pilot isn't as capable as the Subaru Ascent, and it makes all-wheel drive a pricy addition.
  • Both the Subaru Ascent and the Honda Pilot seat eight passengers, but the Subaru Ascent has more passenger volume, and that includes in areas where you need it, like front-row legroom. This size advantage also means that the Subaru Ascent has more cubic feet of max cargo capacity, which makes it more capable than the Honda Pilot.
  • The Subaru Ascent and Honda Pilot both come standard with many driver-assist technologies, like adaptive cruise control, but more trims of the Ascent have blind-spot monitoring standard. The Subaru Ascent also has features like tri-zone climate control and Apple CarPlay standard, which the new Honda Pilot does not.

Get More Info at Our North Charleston Subaru Dealership!

The new Subaru Ascent offers a lot to drivers that want a three-row SUV, and we have a lot of them in our new inventory. We also have other new Subaru SUVs near West Ashley, and it includes models like the Subaru Outback and Forester. Plus, be sure to check out our new Subaru specials to see if we have deals on a new Subaru model that you've been considering!

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