The 2019 Subaru Outback Against the Jeep SUV Competition

If you want an SUV that lets you explore roads and trails that others won't, the Subaru Outback is a great place to begin your search. A high ground clearance and standard all-wheel drive help when driving on treacherous terrain, but it's the other aspects, like in-car technology, that set it apart from competitors like the Jeep Grand Cherokee. If you're considering one of these models, read below about how they stack up!

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We hope you find this comparison between the Subaru Outback and Jeep Grand Cherokee helpful. The auto experts at Bird Road Subaru invite you to learn more about the advantages of buying a new Outback SUV. Visit our Miami Subaru dealership and test drive the new Outback today. Shop for new Subaru Outback SUV near Doral, Kendall, Coral Gables, Westchester, South Miami, Coconut Grove, and Olympia Heights, FL.

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  • Value: Just looking at the price tag, you'll notice that the Subaru Outback is much more affordable than the Jeep Grand Cherokee as the Outback's starting price is over $4,000 lower, but that's only the start of its affordability. It comes standard with all-wheel drive, that is necessary for off-road trips, and features like adaptive cruise control and an electric parking brake, which all cost extra to add to the Jeep Grand Cherokee.

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  • Design: Whether you're transporting gear or passengers on your adventures, the Subaru Outback has more room for either than the Jeep Grand Cherokee. The Outback has more cubic feet of max cabin cargo space and more cubic feet of passenger room, which is especially noticeable when looking at front legroom. Plus, the Outback comes standard with roof rails for surfboards or bikes while the Grand Cherokee does not.
  • Safety: Advanced safety features can help drivers feel more confident no matter where they're driving, from a busy highway to a parking lot, and the 2019 Subaru Outback has more of them. It comes standard with features like pre-collision braking and lane keep assist, which aren't standard on the Jeep Grand Cherokee, and the Outback offers others like reverse automatic braking and steering responsive headlights that the Grand Cherokee doesn't.
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