2018 Subaru Outback vs Mazda CX-9 at Peacock Subaru in Orlando

 
 

The Subaru Outback Offers More For Less Than the Competition in Orlando, FL

For every adventure on your docket, there's one vehicle that's built to keep up: the new Subaru Outback. From capability and space, to safety features, the Outback is ready to tackle anything you put in its way in Kissimmee. The best news? It offers a whole lot for a lot less than the competition.

How does standard all-wheel drive capability sound? Or heated second row seats? You won't find these features in the Mazda CX-9. Find out how the Outback stacks up to the Mazda CX-9, and discover why it's the best choice for your daily drive.

Subaru Outback vs. Mazda CX-9

  • The Outback starts at $25,645. When compared to the $31,520 starting price of the CX-9, the Outback is almost $6,000 less expensive. That's just to start. Upgrade to the Outback 3.6R Touring, and the comparable CX-9 trim is still over $6,000 more. On top of the pricing differences, the Outback also has a lower destination charge.
  • You'll even find savings at the pump. The Outback gets 32 mpg highway and 25 mpg city, compared to the CX-9's 28 mpg highway and 22 mpg city rating. The Outback also has a smaller fuel tank, so it'll take less to fill up. That sounds like double savings, to us.
  • The Outback comes standard with Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. How much extra will you need to pay for all-wheel drive capability in the CX-9? Try almost $2,000. Doesn't it make more sense to have capability from the start? Well, the Outback delivers.
  • You'll also get more power from the Outback than the CX-9. When you have the available 3.6-liter SUBARU BOXER six-cylinder engine under your hood, you'll have up to 256 horsepower and 247 pound-feet of torque to play with. The CX-9 offers up to 227 horsepower, which is 29 horsepower less than the Outback.
  • Enjoy a more spacious ride in the Outback, which offers more head, leg, and shoulder room in the front seat, and more head room in the second row.
  • Speaking of space, the Outback also boasts more total cargo space! Offering 73.3 cubic feet, the Outback will give you an extra two cubic feet of space compared to the CX-9.
  • Crossovers and SUVs aren't exactly known for tight turns, but the Outback changes that with a tighter turning diameter than the CX-9.
  • On cold days, it's not just the driver that needs help heating up. That's why the Outback offers heated second row seats. Think you'll get that in the CX-9? Sorry, no.
  • The Outback offers remote trunk release standard, while the CX-9 will make you pay almost $4,500 extra.
  • This one's a little old school, but the Outback comes with a CD player and the CX-9 doesn't. So go ahead and break out your old high school jams.

You don't totally know how good the Subaru Outback feels until you've experienced it for yourself. So arrange for a test drive today at Peacock Subaru!

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