Subaru Outback vs Toyota RAV4 Rutland VT

Compare the New Subaru Outback to the Toyota RAV4 in Rutland, VT

One would think Subaru would dominate the roads around Manchester, Bennington and Middlebury, and while it's Vermont's unofficial brand, Toyota actually sells more models in the Green Mountain State. That's what makes it worth your time comparing two popular SUVs - the new Subaru Outback and the Toyota RAV4 - if you're looking for a safe, versatile and savvy ride for all your travels. You'll quickly see what makes the Outback the better choice for Vermonters, and maybe as more drivers see these kinds of advantages, Subaru can gain its rightful place on the top of the auto market here. Swing on over to our Rutland, VT Subaru dealership today to learn more about the new Outback.

Before visiting our Subaru dealer from Glens Falls, NY or Lebanon, NH, or anywhere else in southern Vermont, take a quick look below to discover the advantages of the new Outback over the popular RAV4. From there, we'll handle your financing concerns and match you up with the best version of the new Subaru Outback for your travels around Vermont, New England and the northeast.

 

New Subaru Outback vs Toyota RAV4 Comparison in Rutland, VT

It always starts with the Outback's standard Subaru Symmetrical AWD system, which is what Vermonters want for driving in every season, on every road surface. Though the RAV4 offers AWD, that's an extra option that will price your Toyota SUV closer to the Outback. Comfort is key when driving your family around, and with 108.1 cubic feet of total passenger space in the Outback, there's far more leg, head and shoulder room and overall space to stretch out than the RAV4's 98.9 cubic feet passenger volume. While the RAV4 features only a lone 2.5-liter four-cylinder, the Outback provides you with two engine options. That's important if you want a greater level of performance, with the Outback's available 3.6-liter six-cylinder delivering 256 horsepower, which is far more exciting than either of these SUVs' starting four-cylinder engines.

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