The 2020 Subaru Ascent Shows Why Drivers in Ellenton, GA and Hahira prefer It over the Competition

A three-row SUV should be able to handle all aspects of your life whether you need a capable vehicle to handle your daily commute or you want something with plenty of capability for errands and fun activities. Subaru has long been at the forefront of blending performance with comfort and luxury and other models often find themselves lagging behind. The 2020 Subaru Ascent is packed with features and we're happy to showcase all that it has to offer drivers in Thomasville.

O'Steen Subaru of Valdosta

4140 N Valdosta Rd
Directions & Hours Valdosta, GA 31602

  • Sales: (229) 242-9920
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Check out how the Subaru Ascent compares to the Honda Pilot, Ford Explorer and Toyota Highlander below!

Subaru Ascent vs Toyota Highlander

  • The base engine package for the Highlander is a 2.7-liter that produces 185 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque which pales in comparison to the Subaru Ascent's 2.4-liter turbocharged engine which delivers 260 horsepower and 277 pound-feet of torque. No engine option in the Toyota Highlander lineup can match the torque output that the Ascent offers.
  • The Toyota Highlander offers all-wheel drive but, unlike the Subaru Ascent, it doesn't come standard and will cost you extra.
  • The Subaru Ascent offers 153.5 cubic feet of passenger volume which easily beats out the 144.2 cubic feet available in the Toyota Highlander base model.
  • Want to maximize the amount of cargo space available for errands and camping supplies? The Subaru Ascent can achieve up to 86.5 cubic feet of space while the Highlander only can get up to 83.7 cubic feet.

Subaru Ascent vs Honda Pilot

  • The Subaru Ascent comes standard with all-wheel drive. The Honda Pilot offers it but doesn't include it as a standard feature.
  • If you're looking to provide a roomier ride, the Subaru Ascent gives you more passenger space to stretch out than the Honda Pilot can manage.
  • Enjoying your favorite songs and apps should be easy and the Subaru Ascent makes it so with a standard 6.5-inch touchscreen. The Honda Pilot can beat that with an eight-inch touchscreen but only if you upgrade to the more expensive EX trim. Otherwise, you're stuck with a five-inch non-touchscreen.
  • Smartphone integration like Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ makes each trip for Nashville, GA enjoyable. The Ascent includes them as standard features while the Honda Pilot does not.


Subaru Ascent vs Ford Explorer

  • If you're looking to maximize the amount of seating for your family, the Subaru Ascent comes standard with eight seats. The Ford Explorer only offers a maximum of seven seats and some models only manage six total.
  • When you want to take an adventure into the countryside, the Subaru Ascent offers its Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive on every model in its lineup. This includes the X-MODE® feature which gives you the ability to go over just about anything. The Ford Explorer offers four-wheel drive but as a more expensive upgrade.
  • The Ford Explorer is a plush SUV ride filled with plenty of amenities that make your daily commute fill like it goes by quickly. However, the base model will cost you almost $5,000 more than the base model of the Subaru Ascent. Upgrading to the Ford Explorer Platinum trim will cost you a whopping $58,250 which is just about $13,000 more than the Subaru Ascent Touring trim even though you aren't getting a huge significant difference in amenities that are equipped.

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From Valdosta to Adel, GA, there is only one option that provides the perfect blend of equipment and features for you and your family to benefit from. The 2020 Subaru Ascent has something for everyone, so come by our dealership and check out what it can do with a test drive. We look forward to helping you find the perfect model for your needs!