What Make the New 2019 Subaru Outback a Head Above the Rest?

The Subaru Outback is one of the longest-running Subaru models available. When Schenectady drivers see what the new Outback is capable of, they will know why it's one of the most popular models in the new Subaru lineup. The new Outback strikes a balance of rugged performance, highly sophisticated technology, and innovative safety.

Even as a legendary crossover SUV, the latest Outback still has competition from other impressive SUVs. By comparing the features and capabilities of each SUV, we hope to give Clifton Park drivers will have a clearer idea of which SUV is right for them.


2019 Subaru Outback vs. Toyota RAV4

  • Performance

    If you're looking to maximize your power and agility in the Ballston Lake area, then the Outback may be the best fit. The RAV4 offers a maximum of 219 combined horsepower while the Outback's available 3.6-liter engine achieves up to 256 horsepower.

  • Smartphone Integration

    Both the RAV4 and the Outback come with standard Apple CarPlay® as part of their multimedia systems. However, the Outback also features Android Auto™ smartphone integration.

  • Passenger Volume

    Having enough room for you and your family can make all the difference during family road trips. The Outback delivers a more spacious interior so that passengers can stay comfortable for both short and long drives. The Outback offers up to 108.1 cubic feet of passenger volume while the RAV4 has 98.9 cubic feet.

2019 Subaru Outback vs. Honda CR-V

  • Safety

    The Outback was named a 2019 IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus while the Honda CR-V earned the next step down, the 2019 Top Safety Pick. The Outback comes with the standard EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology suite, but the Honda Sensing® safety suite is only standard starting at the second trim level.

  • Screen Size

    The CR-V comes with a standard 5-inch color LCD screen while the Outback offers a 6.5-inch high-resolution touchscreen. If you're interested in a larger screen with more features, the CR-V goes as far as offering a 7-inch display while the Outback offers an available 8-inch screen.

  • Stability and Traction

    When driving conditions in the Burnt Hills area get rough, it's crucial to have the necessary traction and grip to drive safely and effectively. The CR-V offers an available all-wheel drive system, but little else. The Outback, on the other hand, standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, X-MODE®, Vehicle Dynamics Control, Active Torque Vectoring, and more to keep you driving with confidence.


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