Sheridan Showdown: 2018 Ford Edge vs. Subaru Outback
2018 Ford Edge vs. Subaru Outback
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Consider the 2018 Ford Edge as you research your new car. If you are between the Edge and the 2018 Subaru Outback, continue to read to see what the Edge offers that the Outback doesn’t.
The available engines in the Edge are more powerful, in both terms of horsepower and torque, than that of the Outback.
|Edge 2.0L EcoBoost® I-4 engine||245 hp||275 lbs.-ft.|
|Edge 3.5L Ti-VCT V6 engine||280 hp||250 lbs.-ft.|
|Edge 2.7L EcoBoost® V-6 engine||315 hp||350 lbs.-ft.|
|Outback 2.5i DOHC 4 cyl.||175 hp||174 lbs.-ft.|
|Outback 3.6R DOHC 6 cyl.||256 hp||247 lbs.-ft.|
Visit Sheridan Ford today to take a test drive, and decide which power and engine suits your needs.
The Edge handles much more smoothly on the road. It is equipped with gas-charged shocks and drift steering compensation. Both features anticipate a bumpy road and work to keep you driving straight. The Outback does not feature either of these.
The Edge, unlike the Outback, features Active Park Assist2 as an available feature. While you control the speed and brake as needed, Active Park Assist uses a camera to monitor the surroundings for a perfect parallel park.
If you need to charge your laptop on the go, the SEL, Titanium and Platinum models feature a 115-volt a/c outlet. This type of current is comparable to that in a house. You won’t find this in the Subaru Outback.
The Edge will keep you cooler than the Outback in the summer. You can lower your front windows from a distance to let the heat out. There are also available air-conditioned seats and rear air-conditioned vents.
The Outback also does not feature SYNC®3, an easy to use voice-activated technology that allows you to make calls and change your music as you drive.
As you can see, the Edge has more to offer than the Outback.
2018 Ford Edge vs. Subaru Outback Video