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It’s a 2020 Ascent, pretty much loaded. I never thought I needed so many things in a car before. Lot of stuff has come together since the 2013 Outback

Then I opened the glovebox, saw the sticker...

You’ll see me in my Outback next week
 

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I recently had my 2008 serviced for the TKC20 airbag re-recall, and they offered me a loaner - I suppose because of the same reason as they did this for you, they wanted to show me everything that was new about it that I was missing on my 2008. It was unprompted and I took it, as they did say the service might get pushed into tomorrow;'s queue and get done in the morning. This was a 2020 Premium OB, first of those I've driven. Yes, it felt more nimble than the Gen 4 I've driven. But no, it is not going to get me out of my Gen 3. Not even a close call.
 

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The last loaner I got from a Subaru dealership was a 2019 Ascent Premium and it was the first time I got to drive one for an extended period of time. Overall I did like it, however I would not consider getting one myself as it is just too much vehicle for my needs. People think it is a larger version of the Outback but I do think it to be a blown up Forester.
 

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My wife says we should get an Ascent eventually and I really don't want a payment or a different vehicle so I keep trying to make the Outback work but I know we could use more space. Maybe if I test drive one it will change my mind, probably not if I see a pricetag though.
 
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