The 2021 Subaru Crosstrek

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A Closer Look at the 2021 Subaru Crosstrek

The Subaru Crosstrek gets even better for life around Sellersville as it moves into 2021. With standard all-wheel drive and impressive ground clearance, it is an excellent choice for off-road fun. It also offers a composed and comfortable ride on the streets of Lansdale. Ultimately, the 2021 Subaru Crosstrek is ready to handle whatever you need.

Interior

You will always be comfortable inside of the Crosstrek. The supportive seats are great for both short and long journeys in Quakertown. Despite its impressive ride height, the seats are low to the floor and easily accessible. This is a two-row SUV that offers legroom and headroom that is suitable for adults in both front and back. There is also a good deal of cargo space, with 20.8 cubic feet behind the second row and 55.3 cubic feet behind the first row. The exact interior amenities vary by trim level, with the options being:

  • Base
  • Premium
  • Sport
  • Limited

Exterior

The 2021 Crosstrek maintains its recognizable style while also getting a bit of a refresh. Both the front bumper and grille have a new, sleeker look. If you choose the Crosstrek Sport model, your SUV will show off 17-inch dark alloy wheels and a gunmetal finish for the grille. Regardless of the trim you choose, you will get handy roof rails when you want to load up your gear and seek your next adventure in Perkasie.

At the top-of-the-line Limited trim level, Subaru provides LEDs in place of the halogen light bulbs on the fog lights for brighter illumination, LED steering responsive headlights (in place of the multi-reflector ones) for more accurate illumination, and larger, 18-inch alloy wheels.

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Performance

For the base and Premium trim levels of the 2021 Crosstrek, a 2.0L flat-four engine is standard and makes you 152-horsepower and 145 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed manual transmission is standard. Those who want the advanced driver aids will need to upgrade to the continuously variable transmission, however. The Sport and Limited trims both get power from a 2.5L flat-four that makes 182-horsepower and 176 lb-ft of torque. This engine is only offered with the CVT.

Fuel efficiency is a big part of the appeal for the Crosstrek, especially when you factor in the standard all-wheel drive. The 2.0L engine with the manual transmission is estimated to get 22 mpg city and 29 mpg highway. Models with a CVT are even more impressive, giving you 28 mpg city and 33 mpg highway. As for the more powerful engine, it offers a very respectable 27 mpg city and 34 mpg highway. No matter what powertrain you choose, your Crosstrek will go easy on your wallet.

Safety

Models with the continuously variable transmission come with advanced driver aids to help ensure your journeys around Sellersville are safe. For the entry-level model, both a lane-keeping system and adaptive cruise control are standard. Move on up to the Premium trim level with the CVT, and your Crosstrek will also have blind-spot monitoring along with rear cross-traffic alert. For the top Limited trim level, LED fog lights, adaptive headlights, and automatic rear braking become standard.

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Models with the continuously variable transmission come with advanced driver aids to help ensure your journeys around Sellersville are safe. For the entry-level model, both a lane-keeping system and adaptive cruise control are standard. Move on up to the Premium trim level with the CVT, and your Crosstrek will also have blind-spot monitoring along with rear cross-traffic alert. For the top Limited trim level, LED fog lights, adaptive headlights, and automatic rear braking become standard.

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Test Drive the 2021 Crosstrek at A & T Subaru in Sellersville Today!

      

You are invited to meet the 2021 Subaru Crosstrek for yourself. Visit us here at A & T Subaru in Sellersville today. If you prefer, you can also take advantage of the tools on our website and reach out to a team member to have any questions you may have answered.