2017 Subaru Outback vs 2017 Honda Pilot

How the Subaru Outback Compares to the Honda Pilot?

When you're in the market for a midsize SUV for your family, there are a variety of factors to consider. From comfort, cargo versatility and fuel-efficiency, drivers from Carlsbad, Escondido, San Marcos, Oceanside, Vista, and Encinitas have an impressive list of criteria to sort through. That's why the team here at Bob Baker Subaru makes it easy- by doing the initial research for you! Read on to learn how the 2017 Subaru Outback stacks up to the class-similar 2017 Honda Pilot.

    
 
 2017 Subaru Outback 2.5i
  2017 Honda Pilot EX
 $25,645 Starting Price
 $33,030
25/32
 *MPG (city/highway)
19/27
5 stars
 Overall NHTSA Crash Test Results
 4 stars
 5 Maximum Seating
8
 35.5 cu. ft.
 Cargo Volume
 16.5 cu. ft.
 All-Wheel Drive
 Drivetrain Front-Wheel Drive
 *Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

4 Ways the 2017 Subaru Outback Beats the 2017 Honda Pilot

  • Subaru's advanced safety systems don't just protect you during an accident- they work to help prevent them from occurring in the first place. The Subaru Outback comes standard with a pre-collision safety system that protects you on every road- a standard system you won't find available in the Honda Pilot.
  • Ready to take to the air? You can in the 2017 Subaru Outback. The Outback's optional moon roof allows fresh air and natural light in when you need it- another option you won't find available in Honda Pilot.
  • What good is an SUV if you have to leave something behind? The Outback's cargo space knocks the Honda Pilot out of the park. You'll have over thirty-five cubic feet of trunk space in the Subaru Outback - nearly twice that of the Honda Pilot, which only offers around 17 cubic-feet.
  • You don't just get more in the Outback, you get more for less. That's because the starting MSRP for a similarly-equipped Pilot starts at $33K, compared to a $25K starting MSRP for its Subaru counterpart.