2018 Subaru Ascent A Scent of Success To Be Unveiled Soon; More Feautures Expected To Wow Buyers

Apr 10, 2017 12:30 PM EDT | Hannah Jill

Subaru America has confirmed that the 2018 Subaru Ascent will be unveiled at next week's New York Auto Show. In a cryptic tweet sent by the car manufacturer, it said that it will unveil a new 3-row concept at the New York Auto show. Part of the message read "We hope you can get a scent of what it is."

Autoguide reported that the concept was based on the Vizib-7 Concept that Subaru launched during the 2016 L.A. Auto Show. Although the company had categorically stated that the production vehicle would not be the actual design of the concept, speculations abound that the car to be shown next week will be as close as to the real mc coy.

The new vehicle would be larger and more stringent than its shelved brother. It would be sharing its chassis on the Subaru Impresa, thus we already have an inkling on how wide will it be. As for power, it is intimated that it will be a 2.0-liter boxer 4 cylinders that would drive it up. It would have a CVT transmission controlling all its 4 wheels.

For many years now Subaru has been competing with several popular brands in the SUV industry. It received several citations and awards such as 2016 Best Over All Brand and Best Trusted Brand. Subaru continues to improve its brand and assure followers that they can compete with other brands. Now, the company is going to make sure that they can do the same with the all new 2018 Subaru Ascent.

The 2018 Subaru Ascent would come packed with high tech and a lot of "off road" features. It would surely make the driver of the automobile be in control in all situation. It is now considered to be the largest SUV that Subaru will be manufacturing. It will be made from high tensile steel that will confirm its durability.

The 2018 Subaru Ascent is expected to compete with other SUVs made by Ford, Dodge, and Buick. It will be expected for sale next year. Price would be in the r4ange of $30,000.00 to $40,000.00

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