Crosstrek reviews: Few brands like Subaru do this when it comes to powerful car-based crossovers. The 2021 Crosstrek subcompact SUV is a pleasant and thoughtful package of the Japanese manufacturer’s personality.
The Crostrek is a given driving experience based on Impreza’s hatchback and gives a more ground clearance and trucker-style – and can be a plug-in hybrid.
Not a powertrain electrified? There are two separate four-cylinder gasoline-powered engines available—both horizontally contrasting with Subaru’s four-cylinder configuration.
The Crostrek has nothing to do with gnarly bouldering, off-road trails next to Jeeps. We can’t imagine. In addition to a light visual refresh with new front bug and grill, Crosstrek 2021 is fitted with a sport model and a more powerful motor option.
The new 2.5-litre flat-four has been raised from the Legacy and Outback waggon of the medium-size station and ploped under the Crosstrek Sport and Limited models; the 2.0-Liter languid motor is still in combination but is relegated only to the base and the Premium.