2021 Subaru Crosstrek vs 2021 Subaru Crosstrek Limited

Subaru Crosstrek

  • Standard Engine2.0L 4-cyl
  • Horsepower152hp
  • MPG (city/hwy) *22 / 29
  • Seats5

Subaru Crosstrek Limited

  • Standard Engine2.5L 4-cyl
  • Horsepower182hp
  • MPG (city/hwy) *27 / 34
  • Seats5

Specs at a Glance

The Subaru Crosstrek ranks highly among extra-small SUVs. It comes with several salient features, including a spacious seating capacity and a comfortable ride. The Crosstrek comes with impressive off-road handling, and it also has high ground clearance to tackle mud, water, and any other elements that you throw its way. When you add in all-wheel drive, which comes standard with the Crosstrek, you can take the car on any adventure that you want to go on. This year's Crosstrek comes in four trim levels, ranging from the base Crosstrek, called the Crosstrek, to the Limited trim at the top. The Crosstrek has much to offer, while the Limited has some additional amenities and a more powerful engine.

Performance

All-wheel drive comes standard with all trim levels of the Subaru Crosstrek. The first two trims share one engine, which is a 2.0L that has four cylinders. The base engine produces 152 HP, while the top Limited trim level has a more powerful 2.5L engine that produces 182 HP. A manual six-speed is the base Crosstrek's standard transmission, while the Limited's standard transmission is automatic instead.

Appearance

The Subaru Crosstrek and the Crosstrek Limited have a generally sporty and athletic exterior, with some distinguishing appearance features between the two. The Crosstrek has roof rails and 17-inch standard wheels. It also has LED headlights. The Limited gets 18-inch wheels. It adds more advanced lighting elements, including LED fog lights and adaptive LED headlights that turn in the direction of the steering wheel as you're rounding corners for improved illumination.

Features

The Crosstrek and the Crosstrek Limited have a distinguished list of features with numerous standard amenities and additional options. The Crosstrek has a 6.5-inch infotainment system, which is upgraded to a larger eight-inch display with the Limited. Both get automatic climate control, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay. The Crosstrek has a USB port and a four-speaker stereo. The Limited adds some upgrades, including leather upholstery rather than cloth seating. It also has heated seats and power-adjustable front seats.

You can get a Harman Kardon sound system with integrated navigation and an eight-speaker audio system along with these standard features. Both Subaru trims have lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control. With the Limited, you'll get more safety technology, including blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and automatic braking in reverse.

Contact our Subaru dealership today for more details on the 2021 Subaru Crosstrek and Crosstrek Limited.

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