Battle of the Brands: Subaru vs Toyota

Subaru vs Toyota Brand Comparison

 Why Subaru vs Toyota?

Subaru and Toyota are two of America’s favorite nameplates, each with a loyal customer base. Both offer a nice selection of the cars, wagons and SUVs that Americans desire, and both have set up extensive manufacturing facilities in the United States. They both sell vehicles that provide great reliability, value, and performance. Subaru vehicles are famous for their focus on safety, something Toyota is also now addressing. When you compare models head-to-head, you’ll be convinced that Subaru is a better value and a more durable vehicle.

 Subaru Value

Used Subaru vehicles represent a remarkable bargain, because they provide AWD and safety features for much less than the cost of new vehicles. Subaru has an enviable record for value, durability, and performance in all weather and road conditions. When you purchase a pre-owned Subaru, you get top quality without paying top dollar, lowering the cost of your down payment, monthly payments, insurance and sales tax. Because Subaru vehicles are so durable, you are sure to get many additional years of safe and reliable driving from virtually any used Subaru.

 Safety First

Buying a Subaru gives you the benefit of decades of expertise producing rugged vehicles that keep occupants safe and secure. Every Subaru features standard all-wheel drive for maximum traction in slippery conditions. Subaru’s unique package of active safety features is called EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, which helps Subaru earn the highest frontal crash rating from the IIHS. Pre-Collision Throttle Management prevents you from accelerating into a car or other obstacle. Adaptive Cruise Control adapts to heavy traffic conditions by maintaining a preset following distance behind the car in front. Pre-Collision Braking engages the brakes to mitigate or avoid an upcoming collision. Lane Keep Assist and Sway Warning uses active steering to keep your car centered in its lane. Other Subaru safety features include Advanced Protective Systems, Vehicle Dynamics Control, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert and Blind Spot Detection. The Toyota Safety Sense suite offers some, but not all, of these features, and AWD is an option rather than a standard feature on Toyota vehicles.

You are invited to come by our Subaru dealership and test drive any of our great new or pre-owned vehicles. Our service is personalized for your satisfaction, so visit up today!

Bob Wade Subaru

2941 S Main St
Harrisonburg, VA 22801

Hours

Sales:
Sun: Closed
Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 8:00pm
Sat: 9:00am - 6:00pm

Service and Parts:
Sun: Closed
Mon-Fri: 7:30am - 5:30pm
Sat: 9:00am - 2:00pm