How Big Are Subaru SUVs?

If you're on the market for a new SUV in Thousand Oaks, then one of the most important considerations is how large of one you want. Subaru offers a range of SUV sizes so you can get anywhere from a versatile crossover to a capable full-size SUV. Learn all about the different sizes of Subaru SUVs and the application of each one in the Thousand Oaks community at Ladin Subaru.

Subaru Outback

Starting with one of the most recognizable models,, the Subaru Outback is a crossover that's closer to a wagon than an SUV. It still has plenty of cargo and passenger space, so it's perfect for drivers who may want a little more maneuverability. You get 108.1 cubic-ft. of passenger space and 35.5 cubic-ft. of cargo space in the trunk.

Subaru Crosstrek

The new Subaru Crosstrek is a little more compact than the Outback and the Forester, so it's holding down the compact crossover segment of the Subaru lineup. You get 100.9 cubic-ft. of passenger volume and 20.8 cubic-ft. of cargo volume in the trunk. This is perfect for drivers who need a capable hatchback that sits higher off the road than a traditional car.

Subaru Forester

This compact SUV actually offers many of the same dimensions as the Outback, but its design is reminiscent of a traditional SUV rather than the Outback's wagon design. The dimensions are almost identical to the Outback, so the choice is all about preference; the Subaru Forester gives you a higher seat and has a more traditional SUV look if that's what you're looking for.

Subaru Ascent

The Subaru Ascent is a full-size SUV with plenty of space passenger seating. It is the only vehicle on the Subaru lineup to seat eight passengers, so it's perfect for large families who want to drive a Subaru. With the seats down the Ascent can pack in 86.5 cubic-ft. of cargo, making it a great help when you have to move anything big.

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