At Subaru Superstore of Chandler, we proudly serve the Phoenix area with a great selection of new Subaru SUVS and sedans. By way of I-10 E, within 45-minutes you can get to our Chandler dealership and have hundreds of new vehicles to peruse. Below are our most popular.

Top Subaru SUVS

Subaru Outback

The Subaru Outback wagon/crossover is the best-stocked vehicle at our dealership. We have well over 100 in our inventory, and people still love this iconic model that has plenty of space.

Design: there aren't too many wagon options in the states, and the Subaru Outback is one of the most popular. You'll have seating for five, 8.7-inches of grown clearance (more than most of the competitors), and plenty of cargo space. With all seats up, there's 35.5 cubic feet and if you need the entire backrow there's 73.3 cubic feet.

Technology: all Outback models have a touchscreen (6.5- or 8-inches) and Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™. Most trims have either standard or available navigation for getting to new spots around Phoenix.

Notable Features: the Outback is popular with families, so Subaru put safety as a top priority. The EyeSight® advanced safety package is standard, and you can get additional safety features like blind spot monitoring, reverse automatic braking, etc.

Performance: most Outback trims have a 2.5L engine with 175 horsepower and 174 lb-ft torque. If you get the top trim, there's a standard 3.6L with 256 horsepower and 247 lb-ft torque! All Outback's can tow up to 2,700 pounds.


Subaru Crosstrek

The Subaru Crosstrek, a compact crossover, is an excellent choice for anyone looking to size up from the sedan without going as big as the Outback.

Design: during the 2018MY the Crosstrek was redesigned, and the new looks carryover into 2019. The crossover is still on the youthful and outdoorsy side, but you'll note a hint of grownup refinement.

Technology: the Crosstrek also has standard smartphone technology and a touchscreen. We like that most trims can turn the cabin into a 4G LTE WIFI hotspot. If you want to bump tunes as you drive around Phoenix, the top gasoline trim can get an optional Harman Kardon sound system!

Notable Features: Subaru EyeSight® is standard on the top two Crosstrek trims and available on the others. You'll also get standard integrated roof rails that are ready for adventure.

Performance: a 2.0L engine with 152 horsepower and 145 lb-ft torque is what powers the Crosstrek along paved or dirt roads. You'll even have light-towing capabilities up to 1,500 pounds. Something we need to point out is while you might have heard that the Crosstrek Hybrid model is back, for now it's only available in select states, and unfortunately AZ doesn't make the list. Fingers crossed that in the future we'll be able to snag them!


Subaru Ascent

The Subaru Ascent is the largest vehicle Subaru has built and it has three rows of seating and 19 cupholders. If your family has outgrown the Outback, come check out this SUV!


Design: the Ascent isn't afraid of its large size, and the cabin is quite spacious. Plus, all those cupholders are perfect for holding smaller items and not just cups and bottles. You can have seating for eight or if you want captain's chairs in the second row there's seating for seven. The top trim has a especially luxe mocha leather seats.

Technology: as expected, Subaru's EyeSight® is standard on all Ascent trims. You can also get a 360-degree top-view camera for easier parking in downtown Phoenix, WIFI connectivity, and a power liftgate for easy loading access.

Notable Features: you'll love the stunning panoramic moonroof, 180-degree front-view camera, and a 792-watt speaker system by Harman Kardon.

Performance: all Ascent models have a 2.4L turbocharged engine with 260 horsepower and 277 lb-ft torque. The base trim tows up to 2,000 pounds but the remaining trims tow up to 5,000 pounds. There's even active torque vectoring for better handling around turns.


Top Subaru Sedans

Subaru WRX

Most new Subaru models go the outdoor- and family-friendly route, but not the Subaru WRX. This performance sedan shows off Subaru's rally roots and is perfect for people who want a reliable Subaru model that has a lot of edge.

Design: the WRX is a boxy sedan that's built like a (vehicular) athlete. Inside you'll love the performance front seats with bolsters, and there are options for premium cloth and cloth and leather upholstery. You can even upgrade to the Recaro® seats that are wrapped in leather and Ultrasuede. The sport shifter is a nice touch, too.

Technology: if you get SiriusXM on the WRX, you'll have access to 170 channels that cover sports, music, news, and even comedy. Pair that with the available Harmon Kardon 9-speaker, 440-watt system and you'll be able to really enjoy your drive, even if you get stuck in Phoenix traffic.

Notable Features: we love the bold 19-inch alloy wheels, available EyeSight® safety technologies for better behind-the-wheel confidence, and power-seating that you can adjust up to 10-ways.

Performance: the 2.0L turbocharged engine has 268 horsepower and 258 lb-ft torque. The top two WRX trims get a stronger 2.5L turbocharged engine with 310 horsepower and 290 lb-ft torque. A sport-tuned suspension is standard, and you'll still get symmetrical all-wheel drive!


Subaru Impreza

If you want an entry-level sedan, the Subaru Impreza is a solid choice. Even better is that you get to choose between sedan or hatchback body styles!

Design: entry-level vehicles can be bland and boring, but not the Impreza. Both the sedan and hatchback have deep creases along that side that give them more depth and aesthetic curb appeal. We also think you'll love showing the wheel designs off around Phoenix.

Technology: standard highlights include a touchscreen and those previously mentioned smartphone integrations. As you move up you can get LED responsive lights, navigation, premium audio, and a 6-way power seat for the driver.

Notable Features: the Impreza sedan has a 12.3 cubic foot trunk. Get the Impreza hatchback and you'll have 20.8 cubic feet with the seats up and 55.3 cubic feet with the back seats folded flat! EyeSight® Safety is also available on all trims and standard on the top ones for both body styles.

Performance: all models get the same 2.0L engine. It has 152 horsepower and 145 lb-ft torque. Select trims can also get a 5-speed manual, in case you prefer driving stick.


Subaru Legacy

For a slightly more refined look and a larger cabin, size up to the attractive Subaru Legacy from the Impreza.

Design: the Legacy is a midsize sedan (sorry, there's on hatchback option) and it's large enough to be a family vehicle; getting a child seat in wont be a problem.

Technology: a backup camera is standard and on select trims you can also get reverse automatic braking. We like the available LED response headlights, standard Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, and noise reduction technology for a quiet cabin experience as you cruise Phoenix.

Notable Features: just like the family-friendly Outback and Ascent, the Legacy also has standard EyeSight® advanced safety features!

Performance: most Legacy sedan's get a 2.5L engine with 175 horsepower and 174 lb-ft torque. The top trim has a 3.6L with 256 horsepower and 247 lb-ft torque.


For more information on these popular Subaru SUVS and sedans, drive in from Phoenix this week and ask to speak with a sales person. They'll be more than happy to show off our selection, take you out on a test drive, and go over the competitive Subaru options for financing and leasing!

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