How Does the 2021 Subaru Outback Compare to the Competition?

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With a full lineup of world-class SUVs and crossovers, choosing Subaru above other brands is an easy decision. At Mark Miller Subaru South Towne, where we proudly carry the entire Subaru lineup at our South State Street dealership in Sandy, we're here to help you understand everything that sets our collection apart. If you're interested in the Subaru Outback, but you're curious to learn more about what sets it apart from the competition, we've got the inside scoop.

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  • Standard all-wheel drive. Like other Subaru models in the lineup, the Outback gets all-wheel drive as standard equipment. Peace of mind and traction in any situation come standard with our Subaru, but you'll have to request it special with the Jeep Cherokee, which has standard rear-wheel drive.
  • Standard safety features. As with the standard all-wheel drive, the Subaru Outback also has more standard amenities than the Jeep Cherokee. For example, every Outback has standard adaptive cruise control and forward collision mitigation. But these aren't available on the Jeep until much higher up in the lineup.
  • Efficiency. Everyone likes to save money on gas, and the Subaru Outback can help. Not only does it have a higher mpg rating, coming in at 29 mpg combined, compared to the Hyundai Santa Fe model's 26 mpg combined, but it also goes further between fill ups. The Outback averages 611 miles on the highway per fill up, while the Hyundai goes 526 miles on the highway.
  • All-wheel drive. While the Santa Fe offers all-wheel drive as an option for drivers who prefer the added peace of mind, the Subaru Outback gets it standard across the board.
  • Fuel efficiency and range. When it comes to fuel efficiency and range, the Toyota 4Runner isn't even in the same league as the Subaru Outback. Make fewer stops at the gas station and save money with the Subaru Outback, which has a combined mpg of 29, compared to just 17 mpg on the Toyota SUV. Additionally, the Outback averages 611 miles on the highway on a fill up, compared to the 4Runner's average of just 437 miles.
  • Passenger space and comfort. Whether it's a long road trip or a trip across town, you and your passengers will be more comfortable in the Outback than the 4Runner. The Outback has more headroom and shoulder room in both rows, and it has seven inches of extra legroom in the backseat with one inch of extra legroom in the front seat.

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    Sandy, UT 84070

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