The 7 seat 3-row 2019 Subaru Ascent, is a family-sized SUV brought to you by Subaru. This beautiful SUV showcases the performance, reliability, safety and value built on the new Subaru Global Platform (SGP).
The 2020 Subaru Ascent offers seating for 7 or 8 passengers, a supremely comfortable ride and generous interior space—but also delivers levels of all-road/all-weather capability and handling prowess that are completely unexpected from the typical 3-row SUV. The confidence-inspiring characteristics emanate from the standard Subaru Symmetrical Full-Time AWD system, the standard X-MODE system (for when the going gets really tough), ample ground clearance and fully independent suspension system. To keep your precious cargo safe, the Ascent is also equipped with an array of standard safety features, including the award-winning Subaru EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology. The 2019 Subaru Ascent: comfort, convenience, adventure and peace-of-mind for the whole family.
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Meet the newest member of the Subaru family, the 2019 Subaru Ascent, starting from $31,995 MSRP. Packed with new 2019 Subaru safety features, interior technology and versatile seating for up to 8, this 3-row SUV is ready to join your family.
The all-new 2019 Subaru Ascent has finished a full year and it’s largely been a big success for Subaru of America (SOA). Subaru Corporation heard the cries from across the Pacific for a larger SUV for growing families in North America and the Japanese automaker listened and designed one just for Subaru dealers in the U.S.
Check out the new 2019 Subaru Ascent pulling a 5000lbs boat and trailer on a muddy and sand boat ramp! They did not use Xmode! The Subaru Ascent comes standard with symmetrical Awd (60/40) of Subaru!! The Subaru Ascent has a towing capacity of 2000lbs or 5000lbs depending on the configuration!
Subaru of America wanted the Ascent to outshine the brand’s last three-row crossover, the Tribeca, and Subaru believes that’s happening.
The brand sold 69,305 Ascents in the first 12 months, a stark difference from the Tribeca, which sold just 76,774 units in its near-decadelong production run that ended in 2014.
For all that the brand misfired on with the Tribeca, including its size, power and looks, Ascent sales suggest that Subaru is onto something in a segment it had vacated for four years.
“It’s much larger. It’s comfortable,” TJ Mendiola, general manager at Hodges Subaru in suburban Detroit, said of the Ascent. He said the crossover’s towing capacity of 5,000 pounds is also a draw to buyers.
“You’re talking about small campers, boats, trailers of any kind,” he said.
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The sales performance of the three-row crossover is all but erasing the memory of its predecessor, the Tribeca.