Gray StarTex Water-Repellent Upholstery with Yellow Stitching, Keyless Access with Push-Button Start, Sport Instrument Cluster with Color LCD Display, LED Rear Gate Light, Heated Steering Wheel, Dual-Mode Heated Front Seats, Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control with Lane Centering, Rearview Camera, SUBARU STARLINK 6.5” Multimedia Plus with Apple CarPlay / Android Auto, STARLINK Cloud-Based Applications, 6 Speakers, AM/FM/CD Player, HD Radio, Dual USB Input Ports, Bluetooth Audio Streaming and Hands-Free Phone Connectivity, and Auxiliary Jack, Auto-On/Off Headlights, Welcome Lighting, 6-Way Manually Adjustable Driver Seat, 4-Way Manually Adjustable Front-Passenger Seat, 60/40-Split Flat-Folding Rear Seatback, Fog Lights, Roofline Spoiler with Integrated Brake Light, Roof Rails, 182-HP 2.5L 4-Cylinder SUBARU BOXER Engine, Lineartronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) and 8-Speed Manual-Mode with Paddle Shifters, SI-DRIVE Engine Performance Management System, Dual-function X-MODE with Hill Descent Control, EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, 17” Dark Gray Alloy Wheels, Cargo-Area Tray and Cover, Balance of Factory Warranty, Sport Appearance Upgrades (Sport Front Bumper, Sport Front & Rear Wheel Arch Cladding, Gunmetal Front Grille) and ONLY 35,825 KM
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KBB Best Subcompact SUV Resale Value: Even amid rising competition in one of the most popular segments for car shoppers, the Subaru Crosstrek has retained its crown to boast the best resale value among subcompact SUVs.
The 2021 Subaru Crosstrek appeals with its excellent blend of versatility, safety features, and efficiency that’s all wrapped in a small package ready for adventure. Like other Subarus and unlike its rivals, every Crosstrek has standard all-wheel drive. Bolstering its call-of-the-wild ways are ample ground clearance and special off-road-oriented drive systems.
For 2021, the Subaru Crosstrek Sport has gotten even better thanks to a more powerful engine. A new 2.5-liter 4-cylinder that puts out a heartier 182 horsepower — 30 more than the standard 2.0-liter engine.
Wherever the Crosstrek takes you, it’s also got your back in the key areas of infotainment and safety. All models include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, while models equipped with the CVT automatic transmission have the EyeSight system that bundles features like automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warning, and adaptive cruise control.
In interior room, the 2021 Subaru Crosstrek impresses. It has generous front and rear headroom, and the cargo area expands from 20.8 to 55.3 cubic feet when the rear seat is folded forward. With its thin roof pillars and expansive glass, the Crosstrek provides an expansive 360-degree outward view.
Subaru chose an interesting color palette for the Crosstrek Sport’s cabin. I had seen plenty of gray and black two-tone seats before, but there was just something different about the shade of gray that Subaru used in the Crosstrek. It turned out that it wasn’t so much the color as it was the material the seats were covered with. Subaru calls it StarTex. That’s another word for water-repellant upholstery that’s made to handle snow-covered parkas and rain-soaked jeans. To brighten things up a little, Subaru opted for an eye-popping shade of yellow for the bottom spoke of the steering wheel and contrast stitching. It’s definitely not subtle, but certainly memorable.
SI-DRIVE – is a driver-selectable powertrain management system. In Intelligent mode, fuel economy is enhanced. In Sport, the throttle and CVT are tuned to be much more responsive, making the Crosstrek feel much livelier.
APPLE CARPLAY & ANDROID AUTO – With Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, your smartphone’s screen is displayed on the Crosstrek’s touchscreen, allowing full access to apps.
Compact SUVs are typically not the most rugged-looking vehicles out there. Then again, not all of them are designed to be driven down trails and rocky paths like the Crosstrek Sport. It certainly looks the part of an adventure vehicle. Chunky black plastic cladding protects the lower front fascia and corners of the rear bumper, while 8.7 inches of ground clearance keeps the Crosstrek Sport’s vital components away from harsh terrain. To visually distinguish the Sport from the other Crosstrek models, Subaru outfitted it with a unique set of wheel arch moldings over its special dark gray 17-inch wheels.
In summation, I’ll continue recommending it for its top-notch ride comfort and adventuresome character for years to come.