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Subaru Crosstrek Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Subaru Crosstrek. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Subaru Crosstrek.

OverviewSUBARU CROSSTREK

The Subaru Crosstrek earns its name from the fact that it is a cross between an SUV and a hatchback. The Crosstrek is part of the fourth generation of the Subaru Impreza, which made its debut in 2013 and is a more budget-friendly option than the Forrester. The 2019 Crosstrek comes in Standard, Premium and Limited trims with a hybrid version also available.

NOTEWORTHY FEATURES

Safety Features

The 2019 Subaru Crosstrek received a five-star overall rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Crosstrek comes with a stability system that senses when the handling limits are being exceeded as one of its many standard safety features. This system will automatically reduce engine power or engage the brakes to keep the driver in control of the vehicle until the condition is corrected.

Interior

Drivers and passengers usually associate a subcompact SUV with a cramped interior, but this is not the case with the Subaru Crosstrek. Even back-seat passengers can ride comfortably in the Crosstrek as they have 36.5 inches of legroom, which is nearly 2 inches more than the average SUV in the class. The passenger volume of 100.9 cubic feet makes the back seat roomy.

Fuel Economy

The Crosstrek is easy on your wallet when it comes to gas mileage, getting 33 mpg on the highway and 27 mpg in the city. A hybrid option is available that can run the first 17 miles on a battery before switching over to the gasoline engine.

ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

Hard Suspension

While the Subaru Crosstrek offers a smooth ride, it does not accelerate quickly enough for many drivers. The automatic model takes over nine seconds to get past 60 mph, which is adequate but is noticed by many drivers. That can present challenges when driving on the highway. However, these issues are common in the subcompact SUV class, and the Crosstrek is comparable with its rivals in this area.

Handling

The handling of the Crosstrek does not match that of some of its peers in the subcompact class. While the steering is on point, the raised height of the vehicle and the hard tires impact how the car handles. It can go off-road because of its high clearance, but the trade-off is in the handling. This is felt in terms of body roll when you turn the car or hit a bump.

Engine Power

While the engine comes with 152 horsepower, the car still feels sometimes as if it is underpowered. This will impact you when you need the car to respond quickly for things such as a lane change or a merge. You will need to get on the gas a little more for the Crosstrek to get its "go.

Subaru Crosstrek Reviews

OVERALL RATING
4.6 OUT OF 5 (33 Reviews)