Subaru Ascent Ratings
Engine - 7.5
Exterior - 7.5
Interior - 8.5
Safety - 9.5
Perfromance - 8.5
What does it take to build an SUV that is reliable, capable, and truly enjoyable? Why don’t you ask the guys ab Subaru about it? The Subaru Ascent is one of the top-selling SUVs across the land of the United States, that was brought into being to replace the Tribeca, which had become an abandoned choice for the buyers.
The company took preventive measures, pulling the plug for the Tribeca, but the damage had been done. So in order to heal these Tribeca wounds, Subaru jumped on to the coarse of big SUVs and unraveled the Ascent. The Ascent is the newest offering from Subaru, which was launched in the year 2019, and has been a complete firework for the company ever since.
Reaching the markets on all of its wheels (yes, it is a standard AWD), the Ascent can accommodate up to 8 people easily and offers a performance that doesn’t let the company’s legendary name down. The Ascent is a three-row SUV that gives you the option of choosing the number of friends you want to take with you on a road trip. The car offers a seating capacity of 7 as standard, but you can get a joined second-row seat, thus increasing the passenger capacity to 8 (We do hope you’ve got that many friends to take along).
The Subaru Ascent is not just strong on the accommodating front. The ride offers an impressive performance as well. The Subaru Ascent obtains power from a 2.4L turbocharged Subaru Boxer 4-cylinder engine, that fabricates 260 hp, along with 277 lb.-ft. Of torque. This power, when routed to all the wheels, can make the car hasten up from 0-60 mph in 6.9 seconds, which happens to be a respectable figure for a ride of these dimensions.
Subaru Ascent Brochures By Year
|2020 Subaru Ascent Brochure|
|2019 Subaru Ascent Brochure|
Subaru Ascent Exterior Pictures
Subaru Ascent Interior Pictures
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