Why Oklahoma City Drivers Are Choosing The Ascent Over Competitors
1. The 2019 Subaru Ascent Features Subaru’s Leading All-Wheel Drive System
The 2019 Subaru Ascent features Subaru’s symmetrical all-wheel drive system as standard. Its competitors, such as the 2019 Toyota Highlander and the 2019 Honda Pilot, have optional all-wheel drive systems which aren’t as innovative as Subaru’s technology.
The new Ascent features a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that is efficient and powerful. This engine has Subaru’s Boxer® technology, which allows the engine to run more smoothly. It’s no wonder why the Ascent’s performance knocks its competitors out of the ring!
If you’re in Oklahoma City, Edmond or Yukon, OK and you want to find out just how good the Subaru all-wheel drive system is, stop by Bob Moore Subaru today for more information.
2. Subaru SUVs Are Known For Their Longevity
Most of the 2019 Subaru Ascents that will be sold will go to families. An amazing 97% of Subaru’s sold in the last 10 years are still on the road, so you can rest assured that the Ascent is a reliable and durable family car.*
Meanwhile, competitors like the GMC Acadia and the Dodge Journey have been criticized for not being as well-made. A family will put an SUV through a great deal of wear and tear. With the 2019 Subaru Ascent, you know that it’ll be there for your family through anything you can throw at it.
3. Your Ascent Will Hold Its Value
Not only are Subaru’s mechanically durable, their value is quite resilient as well.A study by ALG has named Subaru as the brand whose vehicles hold their value the best. A car is a significant purchase, and you can rest assured in the knowledge that your Ascent will be a smart buy financially. When the time eventually comes for you to trade-in your 2019 Subaru Ascent for a new Subaru, you’ll be able to get a good price.
The ALG study shows that the Ascent’s competitors, especially models made by Volkswagen and Dodge, do not hold their value anywhere near as well as Subaru’s.
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