2016 Subaru Crosstrek ratings and reviews

The 2016 Subaru Crosstrek is the ideal pick for someone who's looking for a rugged SUV that doesn't look too much like an SUV. The Crosstrek has a nearly nine-inch ride height and plastic cladding on the lower body panels, which makes it look and act off-road-ready. Inside the Crosstrek is all about user-friendliness. Even the most tech-adverse can figure out the new Starlink infotainment system. There's also plenty of legroom in the back and the rear seats can fold flat, offering almost 52-cubic-feet of cargo space. Standard features on the Crosstrek 2.0i include power locks, mirrors, and windows, the above-mentioned infotainment system with a six-inch screen, Bluetooth, and a rearview camera. Jump up to the 2.0i Premium trim, and you get an All Weather Package with heated mirrors and seats and a de-icer on the windshield. The top-of-the-line 2.0i Limited trim now has blind spot detection and a rear cross traffic alert system.

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The 2016 Subaru Crosstrek is the ideal pick for someone who's looking for a rugged SUV that doesn't look too much like an SUV. The Crosstrek has a nearly nine-inch ride height and plastic cladding on the lower body panels, which makes it look and act off-road-ready. Inside the Crosstrek is all about user-friendliness. Even the most tech-adverse can figure out the new Starlink infotainment system. There's also plenty of legroom in the back and the rear seats can fold flat, offering almost 52-cubic-feet of cargo space. Standard features on the Crosstrek 2.0i include power locks, mirrors, and windows, the above-mentioned infotainment system with a six-inch screen, Bluetooth, and a rearview camera. Jump up to the 2.0i Premium trim, and you get an All Weather Package with heated mirrors and seats and a de-icer on the windshield. The top-of-the-line 2.0i Limited trim now has blind spot detection and a rear cross traffic alert system.




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