From roomy and versatile accommodations to enhanced off-road and all-weather capabilities, there are many reasons why Salt Lake City Subaru SUV owners love what they drive. And one of the most prominent incentives of Subaru SUVs is their abundant standard and available tech amenities, like advanced infotainment systems and EyeSight® driver assistance technologies. But while Subaru SUVs share many tech features in common, availability differs slightly across the lineup. So, to help you in your research, here's a quick overview of what each one offers.

Subaru Crosstrek

Trim Levels: Base, Premium, Sport, Limited

The Subaru Crosstrek comes standard with a 6.5-inch STARLINK® Multimedia system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and Android Auto smartphone integration, while an available 8-inch display is standard on Limited models and available on the Sport trim. The Limited trim also offers an available STARLINK® Navigation system and an eight-speaker Harman Kardon audio system.

All Crosstreks with a continuously variable transmission come standard with EyeSight® driving aids like Pre-Collision Braking System, Lane-Keep Assist and Sway Warning, and Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control with Lane Centering. Additionally, Blind-Spot Detection and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert are standard on Limited models and available for Sport and Premium tiers.

Subaru Forester

Trim Levels: Base, Premium, Sport, Limited, Touring

The Subaru Forester's standard equipment list is similar to the Crosstrek's, with a 6.5-inch STARLINK® infotainment system and EyeSight® driving aids included on the base trim. However, blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are more widely available, offered as options on Premium models and standard on Sport and above.

The Forester also adds Reverse Automatic Braking to the lineup, standard on Touring and optional for Limited and Sport. Additionally, an 8-inch touchscreen is available on Sport models and standard on higher tiers.

Subaru Outback

Trim Levels: Base, Premium, Limited, Limited XT, Touring, Touring XT, Touring, Onyx Edition XT, Wilderness™ (summer 2021).

The Subaru Outback offers several additional trim levels, with XT and Wilderness™ variants equipping a more powerful engine.

The Outback's base infotainment display is seven inches, but by stepping up to the premium tier, Sandy, UT, drivers can enjoy expanded screen real estate with an 11.6-inch display. A 12-speaker Harman Kardon premium audio system is standard on Limited and Higher tiers, while navigation is available for Premium, Limited, and Onyx Edition XT and Standard on Touring and Wilderness™.

Regarding advanced driver aids, EyeSight® comes standard, and blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are available on Premium and standard (along with reverse automatic braking) on higher tiers.

Subaru Ascent

Trim Levels: Base, Premium, Limited, Touring

The Subaru Ascent's base-trim technologies match those of the Forester, but the remaining features are more widely available on lower trim levels. For example, the 8-inch STARLINK® touchscreen, Blind Spot Detection, and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert are all standard on Premium and above, with reverse automaking braking available on Premium and standard on higher tiers.

Additionally, STARLINK® navigation is standard on Touring and available for Premium and Limited. And the Ascent's top trim level adds a digital rearview camera mirror, a 180-degree front camera, a 14-speaker Harman Kardon audio system, and a 120V household-style power outlet as standard equipment.

Test-drive a new Subaru SUV near Draper and West Jordan, UT

Get in touch with Mark Miller Subaru South Towne for more information about the latest Subaru SUVs and their available trim levels, options, and special financing offers. And if you'd like to explore the accommodations and tech for yourself, we invite you to visit us here in Sandy, UT, where you can get behind the wheel for a test drive. We'll be happy to show you around.

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