Compare: Subaru vs. Honda

How Do Subaru Vehicles Compare to the Honda Vehicles in the Same Class?

At Kirby Subaru of Ventura, we believe that shopping for your next vehicle should be a fun and exciting experience for you, not a confusing one. That's why we're committed to providing you with all the information you need to figure out which vehicle is the best fit for your needs and why. We know that there are many different new cars and SUVs on the market, but we believe that there's a new Subaru model that can accommodate your lifestyle and needs best. To help you see what makes some of our most popular Subaru vehicles so special, we're going to compare them to the Honda vehicles in the same class, giving you a side by side look at why choosing a Subaru vehicle could be the best option for you.

Subaru Legacy vs. Honda Accord

  • Every new Subaru Legacy model comes equipped with standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, providing you with a commanding and confident driving experience all over Ventura. The Honda Accord comes equipped with front-wheel drive on every model.
  • Both vehicles offer a suite of multimedia features through their respective standard infotainment systems. The Legacy, however, offers larger touchscreen displays than the Accord, with a standard 7-inch or available 11.6-inch touchscreen display. The Accord is only available with an 8-inch touchscreen display.
  • To help illuminate the road ahead, even when turning a corner, the Legacy comes with standard LED steering responsive headlights. The Accord doesn't offer a comparable feature.
Honda Accord
Honda Civic

Subaru Impreza vs. Honda Civic

  • Every new Subaru Impreza model comes equipped with a Starlink multimedia system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The new Honda Civic doesn't offer either feature standard, and you'll instead have to upgrade to the Sport trim level to get them.
  • All Subaru Impreza models come equipped with standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. The Honda Civic only comes equipped with front-wheel drive.
  • The new Civic receives slightly more standard horsepower than the Impreza does. However, the new Impreza delivers 145 pounds-feet of torque, compared to 138 pounds-feet in the Civic.

Subaru Crosstrek vs. Honda CR-V

  • The new Subaru Crosstrek comes equipped with standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive on every model, providing you with optimal traction and control on your trips around Ventura. The new Honda CR-V does offer available all-wheel drive on all models, but comes with standard front-wheel drive.
  • All Subaru Crosstrek models come equipped with a Starlink multimedia system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility to help you connect and control your mobile device safely on the go. The new Honda CR-V, however, doesn't come with standard Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.
  • The new Crosstrek offers available LED steering responsive headlights that can bend with the steering wheel when you're turning corners. The Honda CR-V doesn't offer a comparable feature.
Honda CR-V

Subaru Forester vs. Honda CR-V

  • All Forester models come with standard all-wheel drive. The Honda CR-V comes with standard front-wheel drive, with all-wheel drive available for extra.
  • All Forester models come with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The Honda CR-V doesn't offer Apple CarPlay or Android Auto standard, but both features are available on higher trim levels.
  • The Forester offers 111.9 cubic feet of passenger volume, compared to 105.9 cubic feet of passenger volume in the CR-V.
Honda Pilot

Subaru Ascent vs. Honda Pilot

  • Every new Subaru Ascent model comes equipped with standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, allowing you to enjoy the utmost traction, handling and control whether you're on or off the road, giving you more freedom behind the wheel. The new Honda Pilot does offer all-wheel drive, but it doesn't come standard. Instead, the Pilot offers standard front-wheel drive.
  • All Subaru Ascent models come equipped with a Starlink multimedia system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility on every model, allowing you to connect and control your mobile device using voice commands or a standard touchscreen display. The Honda Pilot also comes with a standard infotainment system, but it doesn't come with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
  • The new Ascent provides you with more cargo space than the Pilot does, including 17.8 cubic feet of space behind the third row with up to 86.5 cubic feet of maximum cargo space. The Pilot delivers 16.5 cubic feet of standard cargo space, with 83.9 cubic feet of maximum cargo space.