2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack vs 2017 Subaru Outback
If you're looking to take on your next adventure, consider a new wagon-style vehicle. Models such as the 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack and the 2017 Subaru Outback provide you with the cargo space, efficiency and off-road performance features needed for any road trip. With each model you get highway efficiencies over 30 miles to the gallon, standard all-wheel drive and a number of amenities for comfort and convenience.
Offering you the connectivity on to go you're looking for, each model features its own infotainment system and entertainment technologies. Where the differences between the models begin is the seating trim of the models, one featuring a luxurious V-Tex leatherette and the other cloth. Keep reading for more differences and to find the model that best fits your needs.
|2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack||VS||2017 Subaru Outback|
|V-Tex Leatherette||Seating Trim||Cloth|
|4MOTION AWD||AWD System||AWD|
|7.7 seconds||0-60 mph Acceleration||9.1 seconds|
Where will you go in the 2017 Golf Alltrack?
Looking at the stats for the 2017 Alltrack and the Outback, you see a number of similarities. Similar size, similar efficiency levels and comparable prices. However, mechanically there are a few important difference that make a big impact on your driving experience. While each model has standard all-wheel drive, the 2017 Alltrack's system works differently than that of the Outback. The 2017 Alltrack is fit with Volkswagen's 4Motion AWD which acts as a two-wheel drive system until the added traction of all four wheels is needed. The Outback's all-wheel drive is a permanent all-wheel drive system that provides power to all four wheels all the time.
To find out if the 2017 Alltrack is your next new vehicle, come test drive one at Capistrano Volkswagen today! You can view our entire new Alltrack inventory online and decide which model you'd like to get behind the wheel of prior to visiting our friendly sales team.