Want to see how our Subaru Ascent here at Bill Bryan Subaru stacks up against the competition? Explore our competitive feature analysis to see how this SUV compares to the rest of the segment

The 2020 Subaru Ascent is the perfect SUV for the long Haul that is built to last with up to 5,000 pound towing capacity and high-strength steel body structure for a quiet ride. It is very versatile for the family with a comfortable interior for 7 or 8 passengers and with safety features like the EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology and 360 degrees of visibility that makes the Subaru have an advantage over the competition. It's easy to see why so many drivers from all over Leesburg, Mt. Dora, Clermont, and Fruitland Park, FL are interested in the new Subaru Ascent models we have for sale here at Bill Bryan Subaru. As one of the most attractive models in our new Subaru inventory, we often get questions about how the Subaru Ascent compares to its competitors. So, in the interest of answering some of those questions, we've put together a quick rundown of how our Subaru Ascent compares to the Honda Pilot. With the many attractive features available with the Subaru Ascent and our competitive deals on Subaru financing here at Bill Bryan Subaru, we think you'll easily see how this SUV can be your most compelling option.


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Subaru Ascent vs. Honda Pilot

  • Price - The 2020 Subaru Ascent has a Base Price MSRP of $39,345, with a destination charge of $1,110 and total MSRP of $40,355. The 2020 Honda Pilot has a Base Price MSRP of $45,020, with a destination charge of $1,120 and total MSRP of $46,140.
  • Dimensions - The 2020 Subaru Ascent has more headroom for the front (41.3 inches) and rear (40 inches), rear legroom of 38.6 inches, Manufacturer Passenger Volume of 153.5 cubic feet and Manufacturer Cargo Volume of 17.8 Cubic Feet. The 2020 Honda Pilot has more headroom for the front (39.5 inches) and rear (39.9 inches), rear legroom of 38.4 inches, Manufacturer Passenger Volume of 151.7 cubic feet and Manufacturer Cargo Volume of 16.5 Cubic Feet.
  • Warranty - For the warranty, both the Subaru Ascent and the Honda Pilot have 36 months and 36,000 miles as Basic Warranty, 60 months and 60,000 miles as Powertrain Warranty, and 60 month for unlimited miles as Rust Perforation Warranty.
  • Conclusion - The Subaru Ascent has an advantage over the Honda Pilot when it comes to price and dimensions. Even though they have the same warranties, the Subaru Ascent is clearly a better vehicle and the best choice for your next SUV.

Subaru Ascent vs. Toyota Highlander

The Subaru Ascent SUV when compared to the new 2020 Toyota Highlander SUV, is considerably less expensive, by a margin of $2,305. This while providing the longest vehicle range at 444 miles per tank versus Highlander's 430 mile range. The Fuel Economy is essentially identical, with both matching exactly at 21 City MPGs. It wins the Torque (pound per foot) conversation with 277 lbs/t versus Highlander's 263. This type of torque makes the Subaru Ascent more agile than the newest Toyota Highlander. 

The Subaru Ascent sports a 2.4 liter DOHC Turbocharged Engine. With 87 cubic feet it has more cargo capacity than the new Toyota Highlander. This exciting family vehicle crossover can seat 7 or up to 8 people, comfortably. It carries all the expected technology, like keyless entry and push-button start. Optional on the Premium, but standard in both the Limited and Touring models. The rest of the family will also be happy with the tri-zone climate control and rear access controls. And here's one more thing this Subaru Ascent can do, that the 2020 Toyota Highlander cannot...it can sense rain. The new Ascent has Rain Sensing Windshield Wipers feature standard on the Touring trim; an option Toyota doesn't offer in any of their Highlanders. 


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