Where The Competition Stands Compared To The 2018 Subaru Outback

Shopping for a new car is exciting and a big decision. Like many drivers, you want to make sure that you get a vehicle that is safe, reliable, fun to drive, and most importantly, in your budget. So how do you make sure that the vehicle you are interested in is right for you? You do a little research to see what similar vehicles have to offer, and here at Puente Hills Subaru, we want to help our customers easily find the information about which Subaru is best for them. Which is why we have compared four similar vehicles to the 2018 Subaru Outback in all the ways that matter most. Then. all you have to do is make your way down to the our dealership near Los Angeles and go for a test drive to fully experience everything the amazing 2018 Outback has to offer.

It is no secret that Subaru's have a spirit that simply doesn't quit and many drivers wear the 200,000-mile mark like a badge of honor. No other vehicle on the road delivers the same long-lasting quality and performance like the Subaru Outback does. The unique design of the Outback's engine delivers an amazingly smooth and stable ride. The horizontal engine lays flat under the hood taking up less space and providing a low center of gravity. While the pistons move in a side to side motion rather than up and down. The side to side punches cancel out each other's vibrations and also put less stress on the engine for a more powerful performance.

Another reason many drivers choose the 2018 Subaru Outback over the competition is Subaru's commitment to safety and proven protection. Not only does the Subaru Outback constantly ranks as one of the safest crossover SUV's on the road, it also comes equipped with standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and is available with the best driver assist technology available. Subaru EyeSight always keeps a close eye on the road ahead as well as behind you with four advanced safety features. Adaptive Cruise Control and Pre-Collision Braking help maintain a safe distance from the vehicle ahead of you and will apply full braking power to prevent or minimize a collision. EyeSight also features Lane Keep Assist and Sway Warning and Pre-Collision Throttle Management to detect vehicles in your blind spot and reduce engine power to reduce potential crash impact.

Show Only


26 Vehicles matching:
  • All Listings

2018 Subaru Outback VS 2018 Jeep Cherokee

The Jeep Cherokee is another SUV that is ready for adventure, but not as ready at the 2018 Subaru Outback which has more standard features to offer, as well as better off-road capabilities.

  • All-Wheel-Drive: When it comes to taking the road less traveled, traction and control matter. Which is why the Subaru Outback comes standard with Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. The Jeep Cherokee is available with all-wheel-drive for an additional cost to deliver comparable off-road performance.
  • Towing: Both SUVs offer towing capabilities, but the Outback has a higher standard tow rating. The 2018 Outback and tow up to 2,700 lbs. while the Jeep Cherokee can only tow 2,000 lbs.
  • Interior Space: No matter where you are going, you want your passengers to be comfortable and still have room for all your gear. The 2018 Outback offers a more spacious interior than the Jeep Cherokee and almost 15 more cubic feet of maximum cargo space. With the 60/40 seats folded, the Outback has a maximum cargo space of 73.3 cubic feet.
  • Additional Features: The 2018 Subaru Outback also offers an array of standard and available features that the Jeep Cherokee doesn't offer. Like the standard Flexible Cargo-Carrying on the 2018 Outback which provides crossbars for a roof rack or box. And when you don't need the crossbars, fold them back into the side rails. Another feature that only the 2018 Outback has to offer is a power tailgate that closes with the simple push of a button.

2018 Subaru Outback VS 2018 Ford Escape

  • Powertrain: With how much time we all spend behind the wheel, we want to enjoy the drive, and the 2018 Outback has two powerful engines to choose from. The standard 175 horsepower four-cylinder and the available 3.6L six-cylinder with 256 horsepower. Both engines are paired with a Lineartronic Continuously Variable Transmission for smooth and efficient shifting. The Ford Escape has three engines that only offer a maximum horsepower of 245.
  • Cargo Space: Having enough space for all your adventure gear is important and the 2018 Subaru Outback has more to offer. The Ford Escape only offers 68 cubic feet which is five less cubic feet than the Outback.
  • Advanced Safety: While both the Escape and Outback offer many of the same advanced safety features, the 2018 Outback has a few that the Ford Escape doesn't. Like Pre-Collision Throttle Management to reduce engine power to minimize collision impact. Want to learn more? Contact us today!

2018 Subaru Outback VS 2018 Toyota Highlander

While the Toyota Highlander is a bigger SUV than the Subaru Outback, the Outback still has more to offer:

  • All-wheel-drive: No matter whether you are cruising up the coastline, off to the mountains, or around the busy streets of LA, the Subaru Outback can handle it all with unmatched traction and control. The standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive on the 2018 Outback keeps you on track no matter the conditions. The Toyota Highlander is only available with all-wheel-drive.
  • Standard Features: Everyone loves to hear what features come standard because it makes an already great deal even better. And the 2018 Outback comes standard with Flexible Cargo-Carrying roof rails and crossbars which are only available on select trim levels on the Highlander. The Outback also comes equipped with Subaru Starlink Multimedia system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Pandora, iHeart Radio, and more!
  • Price: At the end of the day, it all comes down to cost, and the 2018 Subaru Outback is more affordable than the Toyota Highlander, which starts at just over $31,000. The 2018 Outback, however, will save you $5,000 and starts at $25,895.

2018 Subaru Outback VS 2018 Nissan Rogue

  • Powertrain & Performance: The 2018 Subaru Outback has two powerful and efficient engines to offer. The Nissan Rogue is only powered by a 2.5L four-cylinder with 170 horsepower. The Outback has a maximum horsepower of 256 horsepower from the 3.6L six-cylinder. The Subaru Outback also offers significantly more towing power than the Nisan Rogue, which can only tow 1,100 lbs.
  • Passenger Comfort: While you are most often in the driver seat, you want to make sure your passengers are just as comfortable. The 2018 Outback has a more spacious interior with reclining second-row seats and more second-row legroom.
  • Cargo Space: Versatile interior space is important when shopping for a new SUV and the 2018 Outback offers 73.3 cubic feet of cargo space. The Nissan Rogue, however, only offers 70 cubic feet.

Puente Hills Subaru

17801 E Gale Ave
Directions City of Industry, CA 91748

  • Internet Sales: (877) 738-2755
  • Service: 6263222437
  • Parts: (877) 738-2759