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Subaru Crosstrek

Subaru Crosstrek 2018 4-door SUV Trim Shown: 2018 Premium 4-door SUV AWD CVT
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The new Crosstrek reflects the improvements already seen on the redesigned Impreza, which means it is quieter and has a very comfortable ride. The infotainment system is very capable and quite user friendly. The 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine has been tweaked and given slightly more power, but it won't set your heart on fire. The continuously variable transmission has been tuned to mimic a conventional automatic. Handling is sound but not sporty. Subaru's EyeSight driver-assist technology is available, and includes automatic emergency braking and lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist. Other available safety features include blind-spot warning and rear cross-traffic warning. The Crosstrek is a viable option for buyers who don't need to room of the Forester.
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2016 Redesign Year
Subaru Crosstrek 2017
The Crosstrek is a small quasi-SUV version of the Impreza hatchback, with a raised ride height that gives it enough clearance to slosh through deeply rutted roads. It may appeal to those people who live at the end of a dirt road and don't want anything big and bulky. The cabin is rather noisy, the ride is stiff, and the 148-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine occasionally has to work hard, but fuel economy is a gratifying 26 mpg. The costlier Hybrid barely improves on that, at 28 mpg. At least the Hybrid version, discontinued in 2017, is a little quieter and sounds less strained. Either way, the regular Impreza hatch may be a better choice: It's quieter, quicker, cheaper, and better riding.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2017 N/A N/A
2016 $22,550 - $25,150 $19,300 - $21,800