2017 Subaru Crosstrek ratings and reviews

Known for its versatile ability to drive in almost any condition – on the road and off – the Subaru Crosstrek returns for 2017 with a new trim level added to a lineup of three trims. The 2.0i Platinum Special Edition sits just between the Premium and Limited (the two upper tiers) to give drivers more features than the Premium, like a sunroof and keyless ignition. The base Crosstrek includes smartphone integration, a touchscreen infotainment center, roof rails, and hill assist. Premium offers upgrades like a cargo cover and 6-speaker audio system instead of the standard 4-speaker version, while the highest tier, Limited, includes automatic climate control, blind spot monitoring, and a sound-insulated windshield for quitter cabin noise. Drivers can tack on packages to their Crosstrek with various driver assistance technology, like automatic collision notifications, forward collision mitigation warnings, and adaptive cruise control, plus entertainment perks like USB connections and an enhanced infotainment system with a larger screen.

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Known for its versatile ability to drive in almost any condition – on the road and off – the Subaru Crosstrek returns for 2017 with a new trim level added to a lineup of three trims. The 2.0i Platinum Special Edition sits just between the Premium and Limited (the two upper tiers) to give drivers more features than the Premium, like a sunroof and keyless ignition. The base Crosstrek includes smartphone integration, a touchscreen infotainment center, roof rails, and hill assist. Premium offers upgrades like a cargo cover and 6-speaker audio system instead of the standard 4-speaker version, while the highest tier, Limited, includes automatic climate control, blind spot monitoring, and a sound-insulated windshield for quitter cabin noise. Drivers can tack on packages to their Crosstrek with various driver assistance technology, like automatic collision notifications, forward collision mitigation warnings, and adaptive cruise control, plus entertainment perks like USB connections and an enhanced infotainment system with a larger screen.
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