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10-Way Power Driver’s Seat with Power Lumbar Support
The 3-row crossover SUV class is home to vehicles tailormade to meet the needs of active drivers looking to fuse the space of a minivan with the style, comfort, and performance of an SUV. Many drivers find themselves zeroing in on entries from Honda and Subaru, so we thought we’d match 2021 Honda Pilot vs. Subaru Ascent. To decide on the ideal model to meet your needs, read on to compare:
Subaru vehicles have carved out a solid reputation for backcountry power and performance, so it’s surprising to see the Ascent offered with only a four-cylinder that pales next to the Honda Pilot’s V6. You’ll make:
That might be why the Honda CR-V tows up to 3,500 lbs. as standard whereas entry-level 2021 Subaru Ascent trims only take up to 2,000 lbs.
You’ll find the option to choose between 8-passenger seating with the standard 2nd row bench seat or 7-passenger seating with available 2nd row captain’s chairs regardless of your choice between Pilot and Ascent, but the Subaru falls short when it comes to maximum cargo space.
Few models can match Honda’s drive to deliver the latest premium features. You’ll certainly find more than a few noteworthy Pilot amenities that aren’t available with the Subaru Ascent at any price, including:
There’s more than one reason so many drivers love the Honda Pilot, and you can explore it yourself by visiting our showroom. For any further advice or assistance in the meantime, don’t hesitate to contact us directly.