Automotive Product Comparison

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Description

This is a comparison between two models of SUV. I was the VO talent for this spot

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

North American (General) North American (US General American - GenAM) North American (US West Coast - California, Portland)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
The Subaru outback and Subaru Forester might have a lot in common, but today we're going to walk you through what makes these two models unique. Some of their differences are clear just from seeing them next to each other with its longer body shape and wheel base. The outback is designed for smooth controlled handling. Meanwhile, the Forester is about two inches taller than the outback which gives you better outward visibility while both models are powered by reliable Subaru boxer engines. The Outback also offers a 260 horsepower turbocharged engine option giving it the ability to tow up to £3500. Meanwhile, in the Forester, you'll also have impressive towing capacity from 1500 to £3000. Depending on the term, you select both of these suvs achieve excellent all wheel drive fuel economy. However, in the Forester, you'll get slightly better gas mileage on the highway. In both the outback and the forester, you can comfortably fit five passengers. However, the rear seats in the outback offer a bit more leg room. Now let's take a look at the different cargo areas in the outback. You'll have space for longer items and slightly more room behind the rear seats. Meanwhile, the forester is better suited for taller cargo and also has a slightly wider rear gate opening. But despite their different shapes, you'll have about the same total cargo space in both. When you need to put bigger gear up top. The outback makes it simple with standard retractable roof. Rail crossbars on the forester removable cross bars are an accessory but are not standard depending on the outback or forest or trim. You choose, you can have durable cloth, perforated leather or even water repellent star tex upholstery. The outback also offers a more luxurious napa leather and you can opt for the customizable comfort of a 12 way power driver seat with an adjustable thigh support to help make long drives feel that much quicker. And while both models offer heated seats, the outback also offers front seat ventilation. The outback has the option of a traditionally sized moon roof that can open and tilt while a larger panoramic moon roof only offered in the forester gives you an expansive view of the sky above in the outback. Other available conveniences include a smart rear view mirror which helps provide a better view of what's behind you when your cabin is full of passengers or cargo for seamless access to your music and apps. The Outback offers an available 11.6 inch touch screen or dual seven inch touch screens come standard in the forester. You can choose an available eight inch or standard 6.5 inch touch screen. Both include Apple, Carplay and Android Auto. But the Outback also offers available wireless connectivity. And while both models offer Harmon Cardin premium audio systems, the Outback has a few extra speakers to help keep you and your passengers safe. Eyesight driver assist technology is standard on both models. With the Outback, you can opt to have eyesight equipped with a third camera for an even wider field of vision to enhance pedestrian and cyclist recognition. So now that you know more about the Outback and forester, you might be thinking, what about price? Here's how it breaks down for its slightly higher price tag. The Outback offers some extra conveniences and some of our newest technologies, but both are Subaru suvs meaning they're capable and built to last. So whether you go with the Outback or the Forester, you've already chosen to go with confidence.