What Are the Differences Between the Subaru Outback and the Subaru Forester?

 

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The Subaru Outback is the most popular of all Subaru models, with the Forester coming in a close second. If you're currently in the market for a new Crossover SUV here in the greater Somerset or Providence, RI area, chances are you've looked into both the Outback and the Forester, prompting you to ask the question, "what is the difference between the new Subaru Outback and Subaru Forester?" While both vehicles are very similar in some ways, including both offering 8.7-inches of ground clearance, standard all-wheel drive, and other standard features like Starlink multimedia system, the most distinctive way that they are different lies in both space and refinement of features. To make the difference between the Outback and the Forester a little clearer for you, we're going to outline a few of the key differences to give you a better idea of which vehicle is going to suit you best!

Main Differences Between the Outback and the Forester

  • Fuel Economy: The Forester offers an estimated 32 mpg on the highway and 26 mpg in the city, while the Outback offers 32 mpg on the highway and 25 mpg in the city.
  • Space: The Outback offers slightly more passenger and cargo volume than the Forester does, making it a better option for families or those in need of the most space possible.
  • More Powerful Engine Options: Both the Outback and Forester offer two engine options, but the Outback's engine options are more powerful.

The best way to decipher the differences between the Outback and the Forester is to come take each model for a test drive here at Somerset Subaru. Our dealership is located right in Somerset, MA and we proudly serve Providence, RI; Warwick, Fall River, and New Bedford.

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