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Subaru Sticks a Price Tag on its 2019 Ascent

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Subaru Sticks a Price Tag on its 2019 Ascent

Subaru has finally decided to jump into the larger-SUV realm with its seven- to eight-passenger Ascent. We’ve heard a lot about Subaru’s newest and largest model in recent months, but today, we learn what everyone’s been waiting on: pricing.

The 2019 Subaru Ascent will come in four trims: base, Premium, Limited, and Touring. The base model will start from $31,995 and will boast a long list of standard features like EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, the Starlink 6.5-inch multimedia system, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, four USB ports, tri-zone auto climate control, roof rails, eight-passenger capacity, 19 cupholders, 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, and more.

Jumping to the Premium trim will set buyers back $34,195. Its list of standard features adds blind-spot monitoring, lane-change assist, rear cross-traffic alert, up to ao 5,000-pound towing capacity, a power driver’s seat. An 8-inch infotainment screen, and more. It also opens the options list to 20-inch wheels, rear captain’s chairs, push-button start, navigation, and more.

The Limited trim pushes the price to $38,995, and it adds features like captain’s chairs in the second row, adaptive LED headlights, automatic high beams, LED fog lights, second-row sunshades, 20-inch wheels, chrome accents, push-button start, and more.

Finally, the $44,695 Touring trim adds mirror-integrated turn signals, chrome door handles, front underguard and rear bumper protector, Java Brown leather upholstery, heated leather steering wheel, woodgrain, ventilated front seats, a 120-volt plug, navigation, a 14-speaker audio system, and much more.

Subaru expects to have the Ascent in showrooms in the summer of 2018.

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