Subaru Crosstrek Comparison

    Subaru’s new Crosstrek, set to replace the well-liked XV when it launches during April 2023, will kick off at $34,990 before on-road costs and come with a hybrid option further up the range.

    Order books are now open, and will fill fast considering the outgoing Subaru XV attracted more than 100,000 Australian buyers over a decade on sale, and two generations.

    The 2023 Subaru Crosstrek range again comprises five variants: three petrol-powered grades (now called 2.0L, 2.0R and 2.0S) and two hybrids (again called Hybrid L and Hybrid S).

    As with all Subaru SUVs, the Crosstrek is unique in its size-segment by coming with all-wheel drive (AWD) as standard, giving it greater soft-road capability than most competitors.

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    Subaru Crosstrek

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