2025 Subaru Ascent Redesign, Interior Changes – The approaching Los Angeles Auto Show is nearly upon us, and the recently unveiled 2025 Subaru Ascent, a brand-new 3-row crossover SUV from the esteemed Japanese automaker, has already established itself as the one to watch. The Ascent crossover marks the long-awaited replacement for the Tribeca model, which was discontinued in 2014.
This extends to the interior as well, where there should be an ample amount of space for passengers in all three rows. The 2025 Subaru Ascent will be produced in Lafayette, Indiana, where Subaru also manufactures their Legacy, Outback, and their latest Impreza models.
Exterior and Interior
New 2025 Subaru Ascent, while we only have a single teaser image depicting a portion of the vehicle’s tailgate, there are several spy photos of prototypes and the rather conspicuous concept that was displayed in April at the International Auto Show. Subaru appears to be playing it safe with their new design, at least from a styling standpoint.
The most significant advantage that the 2025 Subaru Ascent has going for it is its size, which measures 198 inches in length, approximately 9 inches longer than the Outback.
One of the most exhilarating features of the 2025 Subaru Ascent is undeniably the introduction of a brand-new engine from the Japanese automobile manufacturer. We’re talking about a 2.4-liter turbocharged engine that will utilize Subaru’s renowned horizontally opposed design.
Furthermore, the new 2.4-liter engine boasts direct injection, as well as all-wheel drive, which means that power will be distributed to all wheels, just like its predecessor, the Subaru Tribeca.
2025 Subaru Ascent Release Date and Price
The 2025 Subaru Ascent is set to make its grand debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, which is slated to commence soon. If it hits the market as a 2025 model, the new design won’t be available for purchase until late the following year.
It’s a little difficult to predict the starting price for the new model but based on the pricing of some of its potential competitors such as the Mazda CX-9, Ford Explorer, and the Honda Pilot, the Ascent could be priced anywhere between $35,000 and $50,000, as of now.