VIDEO: 2018 Subaru Crosstrek Is Perfect for the Whole Family

With a top-notch safety rating, a spacious second row, and a comfortable ride, there are many standout features that make the Subaru Crosstrek a good family car. In addition to making your drive comfortable and pleasant, the Crosstrek features an interior filled with cutting-edge technology. A variety of exterior color options gives everyone a say in what the new car looks like, while roof rails make it easier to transport cargo. The innovative engine provides plenty of power, while a hybrid option makes it easier to save money on fuel. This is especially handy on longer road trips. Another highlight of the Crosstrek is its advanced all-wheel drive system, which enhances its off-road capabilities and gives it more traction in a variety of conditions. Rain or shine, the Crosstrek is ready for whatever adventure comes its way.

As you might expect from a Subaru, safety comes first in the Crosstrek, which is considered an IIHS top safety pick when equipped with all standard and available safety features. One top feature is the EyeSight package, which is innovative driver-assist technology that acts as a second driver on the road. In studies, this technology has been shown to reduce rear-end collisions by 85%. Its features include cruise control, lane-keep assist, and steering responsive headlights. Pre-collision avoidance, which can bring the Crosstrek to a full stop in emergency situations, is another handy feature. Rear cross-traffic alert and reverse automatic braking are other safety amenities that you'll find in the Crosstrek. Anti-lock brakes, a tire pressure monitoring system, a backup camera, and daytime running lights complete the safety conveniences of the Crosstrek, inside and out.

 

Comfortable and well-equipped, the interior of the Crosstrek has enough room and creature comforts to keep everyone satisfied. Cloth seats are standard on the base trim, but you can opt for leather seats on the upper-level trims for an even more comfortable and luxurious ride. The seats in the back row have a split-folding design, which easily creates more space for cargo or passengers as needed. The front seats are heated, and a heated steering wheel is available. Technology comes in the form of an intuitive infotainment display screen, which ranges in size from 6.5 inches to eight inches. The larger multimedia systems also come with navigation. A WiFi hotspot, which is standard on some trims, makes it easier to stay connected when you're on the road. Sound comes in loud and clear from the audio system, which ranges from either four speakers to six speakers. An even more sophisticated Harman Kardon sound system is optional.

Categories: Performance, Crosstrek

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