How Does The 2019 Subaru Outback Stack-up Against Competition?


Compare Subaru Outback

If you're shopping for a SUV in Baton Rouge, you know that are a lot of options to consider. With so many SUV options on the market, you want to make sure you're choosing the one that gives you more for every dollar you spend.

So which SUV is right for you? When our customers visit us to purchase their new Subaru Outback, they often tell us that they'd been considering vehicles like the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, or Nissan Murano. Outback consistently presents a better value.

Take a look at our comparisons to the left, and when you're ready to take the Outback for a test drive, simply visit us at our showroom serving Baton Rouge, Plaquemine, Denham Springs, New Orleans, Lafayette, Prairieville, and Zachary, LA. We'll gladly get you set up behind the wheel.

Outback vs Honda CRV

  • When it comes to convenient technology, the Subaru Outback handily outclasses the Honda CR-V. Apple CarPlay™ and Android™ Auto are standard on the Subaru Outback, but not available at all on the entry-level 2019 Honda CR-V.
  • Subaru believes peace of mind is a must behind the wheel, which is why all-wheel drive is standard on the Subaru Outback; it's not even an available option on the Honda CR-V.  Even sending power to all four wheels, the Subaru Outback nearly matches the Honda CR-V in terms of fuel economy.
  • The Subaru Outback is a roomier vehicle than the Honda CR-V. Compare the Outback's 108.1 cubic feet of interior passenger volume to the CR-V's 105.9, It's clear that the Outback gives you a more comfortable driving experience..

Outback vs Toyota RAV4

  • ​The Outback offers more ground clearance with 8.7-in, while the the Toyota RAV4 only has an 8.4-in. ground clearance

  • Once again, while all-wheel (AWD is standard on the Outback), it's not even offered as an optional feature on the Toyota RAV4.

  • The Subaru Outback can tow significantly more with a capacity of 2,700 lbs more than the 2019 Toyota RAV4 which can tow up to 1,500 lbs.

Outback vs Nissan Murano

  • ​The Subaru Outback's starting price of $26,345 is $2,805 lower than the Murano's starting MSRP, making the Outback a more affordable car than the Murano

  • The Subaru Outback's standard all-wheel drive is not available on the Nissan Murano, once again giving you greater peace of mind on the road when the driving conditions are less than ideal.

  • The Subaru Outback's 32mpg highway rating is more efficient than the Nissan Murano's 28mpg highway rating, allowing you to spend less time and money at the pump.

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