Subaru cars and SUVs are known for standing out from the crowd. They're some of the most durable out there, with Symmetrical AWD standard in every trim save the rear-wheel-drive Subaru BRZ, for instance, delivering capabilities unrivaled by other brands. Moreover, every Subaru is designed to maintain its value for many years of ownership. They're all highly regarded by safety authorities like the IIHS and the NHTSA, not to mention loaded with tech you won't find elsewhere, from EyeSight driver-assistance to SUBARU STARLINK security and infotainment.

So, what specifically gets each model its respective edge over its closest and fiercest rivals? The experts here at Patrick Subaru have made answering the question easy.

Check out the library of detailed model comparisons we've put together, right here on our website. There, you can look at head-to-head info on your favorite Subaru models, from sedans, hatchbacks, and sports cars to SUVs, crossovers, and wagons. To get a feel for just how universally comprehensive the Subaru advantage is, consider some helpful shorthand.

Take Subaru WRX, for example. It's our automaker's acclaimed and fun-to-drive compact sports sedan. Versus hardliners like Honda Civic Si, it's higher-performance off-road, it puts out more horsepower and torque, there are more transmission options than just your standard manual, its fuel tank's more capacious for a Westborough outing, it's easier to maneuver, and it's even roomier in front. Versus sibling hot hatch models like Volkswagen Golf GTI, it's better at maintaining acceleration, it offers gearboxes for both hands-on and -off drivers, you can enjoy more fuel capacity, and it's more comfortable for front passengers on long Marlborough MA drives.

For another example, consider Subaru Outback. Honda CR-V, its prime compact crossover challenger, is less powerful, not as hardworking, not by any stretch designed for adventure off the grid out of Worcester, it offers fewer safety features sooner, and gets outclassed by some unique security features. Toyota RAV4, on the other hand, a worthy foe, is nonetheless lower-output, both in acceleration and turning and pulling power, not as well-designed for rugged terrain, and offers less cargo and towing capacity earlier in its lineup.

Of course, there's plenty more where these advances came from, both for the Subaru sports car and wagon mentioned above and for others, like Subaru Legacy and Impreza and the Subaru Crosstrek, Forester, and Ascent trio. Get the scoop here on the Web, then visit our 247 Boston Turnpike showroom here in Shrewsbury MA to schedule a test drive and a firsthand look at all your favorite model has to offer.

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