If you're thinking about getting an affordable Subaru, we thought it would be helpful if we posted information about how our models compare to each other in size. At Randall Now Pre-Owed Superstore in Terrell, our collection starts with the BRZ and goes all the way up to the Ascent.

The sporty BRZ is a two-door vehicle, and with a length of 166.7 inches, it sits just 4.9 inches off the ground. Another car that would appeal to performance-minded Terrell drivers is the WRX. This sport sedan is 180.9 inches long, has two rows of seats, and a trunk volume of 12 cubic feet.

The Impreza can come either as a hatchback or sedan. The hatchback is 176.2 inches long with a total cargo capacity of 55.3 cubic feet, and the sedan is 182.7 inches long with a 12.3-cubic-foot trunk. With a little more interior room, the Impreza has a large following amongst local customers. It's 190.6 inches long, with 105.5 cubic feet of passenger volume and a trunk that can hold 15.1 cubic feet.

Subaru is known for its SUVs, and we're proud to offer a number of these reliable vehicles. They have roomy interiors that are quite versatile, and one of the easiest ways to compare them is by looking at their ability to hold cargo. The Crosstrek is the smallest of the bunch, with 55.3 cubic feet of storage space and a slightly smaller second-row than what the other Subaru SUVs have. The Forester and Outback are very similar to each other, with the Forester being a little taller than the Outback. Cargo capacity in the Outback is 75.5 cubic feet. The base model of the Forester can hold 76.1 cubic feet, with all the other trims being able to hold 70.9 cubic feet. Finally, the Ascent is our only three-row SUV, and it has a maximum cargo capacity of 76.1 cubic feet. It's not significantly larger than some of the other Subaru SUVs, but it does have a different layout that many people will appreciate.

Let us know if you have any questions or would like to take a test drive.

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