While other carmakers suffer from an identity crisis, Subaru just keeps playing the same tune repeatedly, and without fail, customers keep jamming. Save one issue, when the record skips—parents. See, Subaru hasn’t had a three-row rig since the Tribeca ended sales in 2014. So the brand went back to its roots and did what it rocks at already: making eminently practical, easy-to-drive, reasonably fuel-efficient, AWD machines. Here are four reasons why you’ll want to consider the new 2019 Subaru Ascent SUV.
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