How Does the Subaru Outback Compare? Very Well.

When Los Angeles drivers need power, space, and capability, what vehicle do they turn to? The Jeep Cherokee? Nope. The Nissan Rogue? Wrong again. The new Subaru Outback. Not only did the Outback spark a crossover movement almost 20 years ago, but it's even better than ever. But how does it compare to the City of Industry competition? Very well.

Power: Between the BOXER engine and standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system, the Outback is ready to power you though anything. In fact, the six-cylinder BOXER engine packs 256 horsepower and 247 pound-feet of torque, well more than the 170 horsepower in the Nissan Rogue, or the 239 pound-feet of torque in the Jeep Cherokee. Then consider that most of the competition, like the Ford Escape and Toyota Highlander, make you pay more to upgrade from the standard front wheel drive, and it's no wonder the Outback can overpower them all.

Fuel efficiency: Not only is the Outback powerful, it's also efficient, to the tune of up to 25/32 city/highway mpg. Compare this rating to the Cherokee's 21/30 mpg, the Escape's 21/28 mpg, and the Highlander's 20/25 mpg city/highway ratings, and it's easy to see that the Outback is the fuel efficient choice.

Cargo space: Get ready to carry more cargo in the Outback, too. The Outback offers up to an astounding 73.3 cubic feet of space. That's a lot more than the 58.9 cubic feet in the Cherokee, the 67.8 cubic feet in the Escape, and the 70 cubic feet in the Rogue.

There's a clear winner here, and it's the new Subaru Outback. Learn more about how the Outback stacks up to the competition by visiting our Subaru Outback comparison page. Then come into Puente Hills Subaru to take it for a test drive!

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