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#2 - Most spacious
#3 - Most fuel-efficient
#4 - Most leg room
#6 - Most cargo room
#8 - Greenest
#8 - Most horsepower
#9 - Longest-lasting
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2020 Subaru Ascent
The Subaru Ascent debuted in the 2019 model year as a new three-row option for Subaru fans. The Ascent picks up where the discontinued Tribeca left off several years ago, giving Subaru buyers an option for growing families.
The 2020 Ascent features a usable third row, good fuel economy, high safety ratings, and Subaru's signature all-wheel drive. The Ascent is built on the new platform Subaru developed for most of its offerings, including the Outback and Impreza. The 2020 Subaru Ascent has seating for up to eight and adds a rear-seat reminder as standard this year, boosting safety. Power-folding side mirrors are also an option for 2020. The 2020 Ascent is otherwise unchanged from its 2019 debut model.
Notable for the 2020 Ascent is its true-to-form Subaru simplicity in design, the ability to tow 5,000 pounds, and an MPG rating of 23 mpg combined with standard all-wheel drive. The engine and transmission are standard in all four trim levels, as is AWD. Competing in a market full of great midsized three-row options, the Ascent hits the mark and should resonate with many buyers.
When Subaru dropped the Tribeca five years ago, few really noticed the loss of the company's only three-row crossover. Now, Subaru's three-row dreams are back and this time it's become a marketable reality. Where the Tribeca had a largely useless third row and terrible fuel economy, the new Ascent is roomy, family-friendly, and fuel-conscious. Without losing the signature Suby elements of "get out and do stuff" and all-weather all-wheel drive.
The 2019 Ascent is completely new from the ground up, though built on Subaru's new platform that underpins most of the rest of the new Subaru lineup. With seating for up to eight, the Ascent meets or exceeds the expectations set by best-sellers in the midsize three-row segment without getting too uppity about itself. It can also tow up to 5,000 pounds and gets 23 mpg (combined). Not too shabby.
Yet the Ascent may not be for everyone. Some might not like the more austere interior or the less smooth road ride the Ascent has, but Subaru fans and those looking for a very capable three-row will not mind those minor flaws.
The 2019 Subaru Ascent is a three-row midsize crossover that seats up to eight passengers. The Ascent comes in four trim levels with one engine/transmission option and standard all-wheel drive.