When you are in the market for a new SUV model, you might feel overwhelmed by all of the options available to you. There are many SUV models that appear similar on the market today, so how can you determine which one has the features and capabilities you are looking for? That's when comparisons come in handy, because they allow you to put two models up side by side to examine their differences and decide which one will be a better fit for you. This comparison looks at the base models of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler vs 2018 Subaru Outback.
While the Outback is available at a lower starting price point and it has higher fuel economy estimates, the Wrangler offers more power under the hood and more convenience, safety and comfort features inside, making it the better option for most consumers. Let's take a closer look at some of the key features and differences between these two models.
Although the Wrangler seats only four passengers to the Outback's five-passenger capacity, the Wrangler is only four cubic feet smaller in passenger volume, meaning all four passengers will have plenty of space to spread out and get comfortable. The Wrangler also features eight cabin speakers, providing a more well-rounded sound experience than the Outback's four cabin speakers can provide.
The Wrangler has a variety of features that aren't offered in the Outback that enhance comfort and convenience. These features include a standard compass, USB ports, proximity key, voice recognition, lumbar support for the driver, and a keyless access system. The Wrangler also has available heated front seats, parking assist technology, blind spot monitoring system, sunroof and a turbocharger that drivers can choose to upgrade to on the base trim. None of these features are offered on the Subaru Outback.
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