There are enhancements to the three-row crossover for the new model year.
Subaru revealed the updated 2023 Ascent in June, which comes with a few new features and a refreshed exterior. The lowest-priced model in the new Ascent lineup has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $33,895. The base price jumps to $35,120 after the obligatory $1,225 destination charge is added.
For that price, you can get the base Ascent with eight seats, tri-zone climate control, a rear camera, 18-inch aluminum wheels, LED headlights, and no fewer than 19 cupholders spread throughout the cabin. Subaru’s EyeSight driver assistance technology is standard on the Ascent, and it features the company’s Wide-Angle Mono Camera. In addition, both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto can be used wirelessly.
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