How Does the New Subaru Outback Compare to the Honda CR-V in Belmont, MA?

At Cityside Subaru, we're committed to helping drivers choose the right vehicle to fit their lifestyle and needs. When finding the perfect crossover SUV to take on driving in Belmont, MA, the Subaru Outback remains one of the most popular options. The Outback delivers tremendous capability, allowing you to take on snowy roads and summer morning commutes with the same confidence level. Enjoy spacious versatility and cutting-edge features in every model, providing you with everything you want in your new SUV at a price that's sure to fit your budget.

To provide you with perspective, we're going to compare the new Subaru Outback to the Honda CR-V, showing you side-by-side why the new Outback is a great option for you.

Subaru Outback vs. Honda CR-V

  • All Subaru Outback Models Come with Standard All-Wheel Drive: Every new Subaru Outback model comes equipped with standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive for rough terrain and adverse weather conditions. This feature provides you with optimal traction and control in snow, ice, mud, and everything in between, especially with the Wilderness edition, which offers 9.5 inches of ground clearance and a host of rugged styling features. The CR-V comes with standard front-wheel drive, and while it does offer all-wheel drive on every model, it will cost more.
  • The Outback Offers More Available Horsepower than the CR-V: The new Honda CR-V gets the edge in terms of standard horsepower with 190 compared to 182 horsepower in the Outback. However, the Outback also offers an available 2.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder BOXER® engine that produces 260 horsepower - the CR-V has nothing that can match this output, even with its hybrid powertrain.
  • All Outback Models Come with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™: To help you stay connected on your trips around Belmont, MA, all Subaru Outback models come with a STARLINK® multimedia system with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ compatibility. The CR-V also offers Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, now standard in its lineup. However, the CR-V requires connecting with a USB cable, while the Outback offers wireless connectivity. Even better, the Outback offers an 11.6-inch touchscreen for easy access to your features - the Honda SUV can't match this screen size on any model.

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If you want to learn more about the new Subaru Outback models, we invite you to meet them in person. Test drive a model that interests you today.