Compare Subaru Crossovers in Danbury, CT

Which Subaru SUV Is The Right Size For You?

For many Danbury drivers Subaru is the only brand they will choose with an impressive and long-standing reputation for safety. As well as spirited performance that is ready for any road and all conditions. The list of reasons to love a Subaru keeps growing with every new model year. Which can make it difficult to choose just one Subaru, especially with three well-equipped, adventure-ready SUVs. So to help our customers from around Norwalk decide which Subaru SUV best meets their needs we have done a little head to head comparison that highlights the differences between the Crosstrek, Forester, and Outback. The only thing left for you to do is come down to Colonial Subaru for a test drive and experience where a Subaru SUV can take you.

Colonial Subaru

89 Newtown Rd
Directions Danbury, CT 06810

  • Sales: (203) 744-8383
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    Subaru Outback:
  • Headroom Front/Rear: 38.3/38.9 inches
  • Legroom Front/Rear: 42.9/38.1 inches
  • Total Passenger Space: 104.5 cubic feet
  • Cargo Room: 35.5 cubic feet
  • Maximum Cargo Room: 73.3 cubic feet

Powertrain:

Subaru SUVs are not like other SUVs on the road for two reasons; a BOXER engine and standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. The Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system is legendary for providing confidence behind the wheel and a commanding grip on the road.

  • Outback: The Outback is the has two BOXER engines to choose from that are both paired with a Lineartronic® Continuously Variable Transmission and can tow up to 2,700 lbs. The standard BOXER engine is a 2.5L four-cylinder with 175 horsepower. For those Brewster NY looking for more power, the 3.6L six-cylinder BOXER engine delivers with 256 horsepower. The Outback also comes standard with X-Mode with Hill Descent Control on every model.
    • Subaru Outback:
    • 6 Trim Levels
    • Starts at $26,345
    • Expecting a redesign soon
    • Up to 32 highway mpg.
    • Available 256 horsepower BOXER engine
    • Standard EyeSight Driver Assist Technology


  • Forester: Redesigned for the 2019 model year the Forester is powered by a redesigned, more powerful, more efficient 2.5L four-cylinder BOXER engine. Now the 2.5L engine kicks out 182 horsepower, can also tow 1,500 lbs., and is also equipped with Auto Start-Stop Technology. Every Forester is paired with Lineartronic® Continuously Variable Transmission and with the exception of the base model, the Forester is equipped with X-Mode with Hill Descent Control.

    • Subaru Forester:
    • 5 Trim Levels
    • Starts at $24,295
    • Redesigned for 2019
    • Up to 33 highway mpg.
    • Standard EyeSight Driver Assist Technology
    • Available Sport trim level

      Subaru Forester:
    • Headroom Front/Rear: 40.2/37.7 inches
    • Legroom Front/Rear: 43.3/39.4 inches
    • Total Passenger Space: 107.8 cubic feet
    • Cargo Room: 33.0 cubic feet
    • Maximum Cargo Room: 70.9 cubic feet


      Subaru Crosstrek:
    • Headroom Front/Rear: 39.8/39.0 inches
    • Legroom Front/Rear: 43.1/36.5 inches
    • Total Passenger Space: 100.9 cubic feet
    • Cargo Room: 20.8 cubic feet
    • Maximum Cargo Room: 55.3 cubic feet


  • Crosstrek: The Subaru Crosstrek is the only Subaru SUV that is available with a manual transmission; which is exactly what some Waterbury drivers are looking for. A fun and engaging shifting experience. Powering the Crosstrek is a 2.0L four-cylinder BOXER engine that generates 152 horsepower, can tow up to 1,500 lbs. and is also available with a Lineartronic® Continuously Variable Transmission. X-Mode with Hill Descent Control is available for enhanced performance on all Crosstrek models and standard on the Limited trim level.

    • Subaru Crosstrek:
    • 3 Trim Levels
    • Starts at $21,895
    • Redesigned in 2018
    • Up to 33 highway mpg.
    • Available manual transmission
    • EyeSight available on every model

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    While all three SUVs are a Subaru and share many of the same features, like standard STARLINK multimedia with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto integration, there are few difference. For example, the Subaru Outback is the only Subaru SUV that comes standard with raised roof rails with integrated crossbars that fold out when needed. The Crosstrek comes standard with raised roof rails on all models and the Forester has roof rails on all models with the exception of the base. At this time the Subaru Forester is the only SUV of the three we are comparing to offer the new Subaru DriverFocus Distracted Driving Mitigation System. Subaru DriverFocus monitors the driver for signs of distraction and drowsy driving and will alert the driver to bring their attention back to the road or to take a break. The Crosstrek is also the only SUV of the three to offer Steering Responsive Fog Lights. But the Crosstrek doesn't offer power rear liftgate; which the Outback and Forester are available with. Another feature that the Crosstrek and forester have is 4G LTE Wi-Fi connectivity.

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