Compare the Outback to the Mazda CX-9, Ford Edge & Toyota 4Runner

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 Mazda CX-9
 Ford Edge
 Toyota 4Runner

Outback vs Mazda CX-9

  • One of the first things you should always consider when looking for your next vehicle is price. The Outback is far less expensive than the Mazda CX-9, starting with an MSRP price of $25,645 compared to $31,520 starting price of the Mazda CX-9. For almost the same money as the base price of the CX-9, you could upgrade two Outback trim levels.
  • The Outback comes equipped with standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, while the CX-9 comes with front-wheel drive and will cost even more to have all-wheel drive equipped.
  • The Outback offers a combined estimated fuel economy of 28 mpg, while the CX-9 only offers a combined 24 mpg.

Outback vs Ford Edge

  • The new Outback starts at just $25,645 MSRP, while the Ford Edge starts at $28,950 MSRP.
  • Every Outback model comes equipped with standard all-wheel drive, and while the Ford Edge offers available all-wheel drive, it will cost you extra to have it equipped.
  • The Outback achieves an impressive combined estimated fuel economy of 28 mpg, while the Edge falls short with a combined fuel economy of 24 mpg.

Outback vs Toyota 4Runner

  • The Outback is far less expensive than the new 4Runner. The Outback starts at just $25,645 MSRP, while the 4Runner starts at a whopping $34,210. That's nearly $10,000 that you could spend elsewhere. To put it into perspective, you could upgrade to the Outback 3.6R Limited trim level and only spend slightly more for it.
  • While both vehicles are known for their off road heritage, the Outback comes equipped with standard all-wheel drive and the 4Runner does not.
  • The Outback will allow you to save more money on fuel, with an estimated combined fuel economy of 28 mpg. The 4Runner, on the other hand, achieves an estimated 19 mpg combined fuel economy.
  • The Outback is also more spacious than the 4Runner in terms of passenger volume, offers 108.1 cubic feet compared to 97.3 cubic feet.