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Old 06-15-2017, 11:42 PM   #1
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Subaru Of America Announces Pricing On All-New 2018 Crosstrek Models
  • Crosstrek prices start just $100 over previous generation
  • Second implementation of new Subaru Global Platform
  • 2.0-liter Boxer Engine with Direct Injection
  • Enhanced Safety, Comfort and Agility including X-MODE with Hill Descent Control
  • Active Torque Vectoring and Raised Stablex Suspension standard on all models

Cherry Hill, N.J. - Subaru of America, Inc. today announced pricing on the all-new 2018 Crosstrek line. The Crosstrek is the second model to use the Subaru Global Platform that is designed to deliver significantly higher levels of driving pleasure, agility, crash protection and ride comfort.

In just its 3rd year of production, Crosstrek became Subaru’s third best-selling model. The company reported it’s 66th consecutive month of year-over-year sales increases on June 1st. The 2018 Subaru Crosstrek will be offered in three trim levels: 2.0i base, Premium and Limited when it arrives at retailers late this Summer. Pricing begins at just $100 over the last generation model at $21,795. For the first time, the Lineartronic® Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) is available on the 2.0i base trim. This new model lowers the entry price for a CVT model compared to last generation.

Every Crosstrek is equipped with standard Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and is offered as either a 6-speed manual or CVT, depending on trim level. Upgraded from the previous model’s 5-speed, the new 6-speed manual transmission models have fuel economy of 23city/29hwy and 25 combined miles per gallon. The CVT features a 7-speed manual mode function with steering wheel paddle shifters (Premium and Limited trim only) that allow the driver to control the transmission via seven pre-set ratios. Fuel economy for CVT models is 27city/33hwy and 29 combined miles per gallon. The 2018 Crosstrek combines bold new design and a highly capable chassis with 8.7-in of ground clearance for versatility in both off-road and city driving.

A revised version of the FB 2.0-liter 4-cylinder Boxer engine gains direct fuel injection and other enhancements to boost both performance (now 152-hp vs. 148 before) and drivability.

Subaru designed the 2018 Crosstrek to provide even higher levels of safety than the outgoing model, which was named an IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK and a TOP SAFETY PICK+ (when equipped with available EyeSight). The new platform underpinning the 2018 Crosstrek improves crash energy absorption by 40 percent over present models.

The Crosstrek 2.0i wears new 17-inch alloy wheels and has a suite of new standard features such as raised Stablex suspension and Active Torque Vectoring. CVT models have X-MODE and Hill Descent Control for enhanced performance in low-friction and off-road conditions. The interior has been upgraded with black simulated carbon fiber finish on the center dash panel as well as the front and rear door panels. There is also a new standard gloss black rear roof spoiler. All Crosstrek trims are equipped with roof rails and black side cladding.

A new 6.5-inch touchscreen for the SUBARU STARLINK™ Multimedia system adds Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay™; power windows with auto up/down on both driver and passenger sides; 60/40-split fold-down rear seat; power door locks and side mirrors; multi-function display with fuel economy information; tilt and telescoping steering column; security system with engine immobilizer; carpeted floor mats; and more.

With a standard 6-speed manual transmission, Premium trim Crosstreks are priced from $22,595. With just a $100 increase from last year, this trim adds SUBARU STARLINK™ Connected Services, the All-Weather Package featuring heated front seats, windshield Wiper De-Icer, and heated exterior mirrors as well as On/Off automatic headlights linked to windshield wiper operation. A new sound insulated windshield and Welcome Lighting are standard on the Premium trim. Stepping up to the Premium trim also brings wider option availability, including power moonroof and multiple driver assist technology systems. Models equipped with Subaru’s award-winning EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology now include a Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Individual Wheel Pressure Display and an overhead console shower light.

The new Subaru Global Platform, together with the SUBARU BOXER® engine; Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (AWD); and EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology, represent the brand’s core technologies and constitutes the foundation of the next generation of Subaru vehicles. Crosstrek’s new platform incorporates new framework with optimized cross sections and highly stiffened joints between structures to significantly enhance straight-line stability, agility, and ride comfort while suppressing noise, vibration, and harshness to a degree not seen in the compact SUV class. Specifically, the new platform increases rigidity of the unitized body structure by over 70 percent.

The Limited continues as the top of the model line with upgrades over the Crosstrek Premium including the standard CVT with X-MODE with Hill Descent Control, SUBARU STARLINK™ 8.0-inch Multimedia Plus system, 18-in. machine finished alloy wheels, Keyless Access with Push-Button Start and Pin Code Access, 6-way Power Driver’s seat and new Steering Responsive Headlights which can illuminate curves as the vehicle steers into them. Limited trims include Automatic LED low and high beam height adjustment control. Blind Spot Detection with Lane Change Assist and Rear Cross Traffic Alert are also standard. The 2018 Crosstrek 2.0i Limited is priced from $26,295.

The all-new interior on the Crosstrek Limited features black or new high-contrast gray leather with orange stitching on seats, door armrests and instrument panel. Limited trims include upgraded Multi-Function display and individual wheel display TPMS indicators. The exclusive instrument panel features white gauge cluster illumination, and new Harman/Kardon® premium audio is available in the Crosstrek for the first time.
The optional EyeSight system includes Adaptive Cruise Control, Automatic Pre-Collision Braking and Lane Departure and Sway Warning. Optional enhancements to EyeSight-equipped Limited trims include navigation, High Beam Assist which automatically activates and deactivates the high beam headlights based on driving conditions, Reverse Automatic Braking and overhead console shower light.
All 2018 Crosstrek models include front driver and passenger seat side impact airbags, side curtain airbags and a driver’s knee airbag.

SUBARU STARLINK™ Multimedia systems offer the latest in digital music playing, Bluetooth® wireless capability, iPod® control, Android Auto™ and CarPlay™, smartphone integration and more. The display screen acts as the display for the standard Rear- Vision camera, and the top-level system includes navigation.

SUBARU STARLINK™ Connected Services comes with the Safety Plus package that offers SOS Emergency Assistance, Enhanced Roadside Assistance, Automatic Collision Notification, Maintenance Notifications, Monthly Vehicle Health Report, and Diagnostic Alerts. This package can be upgraded to the Safety Plus & Security Plus package that adds Stolen Vehicle Recovery Service, Vehicle Security Alarm Notification, Remote Lock/Unlock, Remote Horn and Lights and Remote Vehicle Locator.





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Old 06-15-2017, 11:44 PM   #2
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Needs a FA20T in it lol
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Needs a FA20T in it lol
1st response says 'not enough power'. *sigh* NO IT DOESN'T.

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Lots of young pups these days who use power to compensate for lack of driving experience.

I was considering holding out for the 18 Crosstrek, but I wasn't thrilled about the packaging options. The Impreza Sport felt like way more of a steal.
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Lots of young pups these days who use power to compensate for lack of driving experience.

I was considering holding out for the 18 Crosstrek, but I wasn't thrilled about the packaging options. The Impreza Sport felt like way more of a steal.
That's because you have base model sedans with 200+ hp. What do you think these pups learned to drive on? It is all relative to your reference.

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That's because you have base model sedans with 200+ hp. What do you think these pups learned to drive on? It is all relative to your reference.

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Which econobox vehicles are these? I've been missing out on all this sweet action!

Me thinks a CUV is not what these guys are looking for. They want a Forester XT, but smaller, like a WRX hatch, but taller.
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Which econobox vehicles are these? I've been missing out on all this sweet action!

Me thinks a CUV is not what these guys are looking for. They want a Forester XT, but smaller, like a WRX hatch, but taller.
The Accord and Camry have had 250+ hp options for years. Even the base 180-190 hp with the 6 speed trans is faster than the Subaru offerings. Subaru's engine offings are down on hp but, not that much. I don't want to derail this thread to another trans thread but, Subarus are now slow. That's a fact and that gets perceived as needing more hp.

My recently graduated nephew and his buds all want CRVs.

SOA is marketing the Crosstrek as a SUV not CUV, I don't know why. But, that is probably why you will keep hearing people say to put the 2.0T in it.

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The Accord and Camry have had 250+ hp options for years. Even the base 180-190 hp with the 6 speed trans is faster than the Subaru offerings. Subaru's engine offings are down on hp but, not that much. I don't want to derail this thread to another trans thread but, Subarus are now slow. That's a fact and that gets perceived as needing more hp.

My recently graduated nephew and his buds all want CRVs.

SOA is marketing the Crosstrek as a SUV not CUV, I don't know why. But, that is probably why you will keep hearing people say to put the 2.0T in it.

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Different classes of cars. The Accord/Camry are not comparable to the Crosstrek and Impreza. Subaru offers the Legacy that competes to the cars you mentioned, and has adequate/comparable power offerings of which you seek/speak. Can't compare the CRV either because that's a Forester competitor, not Crosstrek.

The Honda HRV (direct Crosstrek Competitor) has 141hp and 127tq, making the Crosstrek the more powerful option. You can revise your argument if you would like...

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Exactly what I was going to reply. Go watch KBB's 2017 Impreza review where he talks about comparative vehicles for that class. It's important to make class comparisons.

No clue why Subaru would call the Crosstrek an SUV when they have an actual SUV coming out next year and already have the larger Forester and Outback. The Crosstrek helped make the CUV segment hot tamales.
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Different classes of cars. The Accord/Camry are not comparable to the Crosstrek and Impreza. Subaru offers the Legacy that competes to the cars you mentioned, and has adequate/comparable power offerings of which you seek/speak. Can't compare the CRV either because that's a Forester competitor, not Crosstrek.

The Honda HRV (direct Crosstrek Competitor) has 141hp and 127tq, making the Crosstrek the more powerful option. You can revise your argument if you would like...

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the Honda hrv, the brand new Toyota chr, and the Mazda cx3 are in the class of the crosstrek. The crosstrek makes more power than all of them and has standard AWD. Those are it's competitors. The Mercedes GLA, Lexus nx and the Infiniti qx30 are similar, but those are more tailored to luxury.
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Different classes of cars. The Accord/Camry are not comparable to the Crosstrek and Impreza. Subaru offers the Legacy that competes to the cars you mentioned, and has adequate/comparable power offerings of which you seek/speak. Can't compare the CRV either because that's a Forester competitor, not Crosstrek.

The Honda HRV (direct Crosstrek Competitor) has 141hp and 127tq, making the Crosstrek the more powerful option. You can revise your argument if you would like...

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Go back and re-read my posts. Yes different class of cars. The cars the so called pups have grown up on and what their reference is. So yes the Crosstrek will seem slow which becomes under-powered to them.

I never said I was seeking anything so I don't know where that can from? But, again with comparable power as we both reference, Subarus will be slower and then get perceived as under-powered.

Again, re-read my post I probably was not clear but, the CRV/RAV size seems to be a hot ticket to these so called pups also. Crosstrek/HRV is not on their radar, maybe too small for what they want?

Nothing to revise on my argument as it was not an argument. It was insight after talking with my 24 year old nephew a few weekends ago.

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Is it Subaru’s fault if buyers are misinformed or cross-shopping incorrectly?
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Needs a FA20T in it lol
I don't think that a Crosstrek needs that much power, but a small turbocharged engine could be appealing for many. ...who knows, maybe it's in the works since half of the automakers that sell cars in the US are jumping on the 1.5L turbo train.
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I don't think that a Crosstrek needs that much power, but a small turbocharged engine could be appealing for many. ...who knows, maybe it's in the works since half of the automakers that sell cars in the US are jumping on the 1.5L turbo train.
well the viziv concept portrays a 1.6 turbo paired to a motor as a hybrid system. I wonder what the implications of that in the concept means.
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I don't think that a Crosstrek needs that much power, but a small turbocharged engine could be appealing for many. ...who knows, maybe it's in the works since half of the automakers that sell cars in the US are jumping on the 1.5L turbo train.


They could make a Crosstrek XT
Seems like most car companies are jumping to small turbo 4 bangers for there base cars.
Wouldn't surprise me if they did either.
The FB20 isn't exactly the torquiest engine IMO it could use a upgrade like that.
Maybe 170ish hp with 200ish tq...
Something like that would definitely make them relevant again
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I don't think that a Crosstrek needs that much power, but a small turbocharged engine could be appealing for many. ...who knows, maybe it's in the works since half of the automakers that sell cars in the US are jumping on the 1.5L turbo train.
I love the fact that I only pay $2.0x for regular gas. And that I get routinely 30+mpg in my Impreza as it's now broken in and summer gas is out.

A turbo will skew both of those numbers.

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FB16DIT has been out for a while. Not sure why Subaru has been dragging their feet on introducing it stateside, but it would be a great match for the Sport and Crosstrek.
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They could make a Crosstrek XT
I would love the option for a crosstrek xt. It doesn't have to be the only engine, but there's definitely a market for it as a trim level. If it existed I would pick one up.
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Is it Subaru’s fault if buyers are misinformed or cross-shopping incorrectly?
The way they advertise doesn't give clear lines. Other makes tell you what they are "better" than.

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They could make a Crosstrek XT
Seems like most car companies are jumping to small turbo 4 bangers for there base cars.
Wouldn't surprise me if they did either.
The FB20 isn't exactly the torquiest engine IMO it could use a upgrade like that.
Maybe 170ish hp with 200ish tq...
Something like that would definitely make them relevant again

Relevant to whom? You? Oh. OK.


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FB16DIT has been out for a while. Not sure why Subaru has been dragging their feet on introducing it stateside, but it would be a great match for the Sport and Crosstrek.

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

What costs more? A N/A engine, or turbo? The Crosstrek Limited just took a $1100 premium over the previous gen.
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The way they advertise doesn't give clear lines. Other makes tell you what they are "better" than.




Relevant to whom? You? Oh. OK.





$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

What costs more? A N/A engine, or turbo? The Crosstrek Limited just took a $1100 premium over the previous gen.


Relevant to anyone who wants to be able to get up to speed at a decent pace, climb a on ramp or pass somebody. The FB20 is a absolute turd.
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Not fair that Canada can get a limited manual and we can't. Can't we at least have it special order only???
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Relevant to whom? You? Oh. OK.





$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

What costs more? A N/A engine, or turbo? The Crosstrek Limited just took a $1100 premium over the previous gen.


I'd rather have the DIT than some of the safety features bundled in the limited
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Relevant to anyone who wants to be able to get up to speed at a decent pace, climb a on ramp or pass somebody. The FB20 is a absolute turd.
It can do all those things. Not really sure what you've been driving, or how you've not been driving.
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I'd rather have the DIT than some of the safety features bundled in the limited
Opposite of what most consumers are looking for in cars these days.
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The FB20 is a absolute turd.
Amen brother. Except try driving it, merging on the highway, accelerating etc at 6,800ft.
In Colorado, the target market, the car loses 25-30% of its N/A trq/hp.
It is downright dismal. Like blow your brains out dismal.
Neighbor drove a brand new one home from Heuberger and the first thing he said when I asked how he liked it? "Not enough power."
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