2023 Subaru Crosstrek
2023 Subaru Crosstrek– Subaru debuted Crosstrek in 2013 (XV Crosstrek) and introduced a new Crosstrek for the 2018 model year. There are significant changes. It grew slightly in size and is now upon a new platform with a 40% better crash absorption capability.
Subaru made very few changes in the fifth model year after introducing the new version. However, changes made in the fourth year, known as the “Big Little Change,” were brought in. Last year, Subaru introduced its first Crosstrek Sport model and the first-ever 2.5-liter engine on the Crosstrek.
2023 Subaru Crosstrek
Most customers find the standard 2.0-liter engine (currently with 152 horsepower) enough. Still, the new engine will satisfy those who want extra power, including customers who are attractive or live in mountainous terrain. The 2.5-liter engine emits 182 horsepower.
Subaru Crosstrek Features
Other sports featured include the popular leather alternative StarTex interior. In addition, Subaru makes standard 2.5-liter engines on The Crosstrek Limited model, a trim level that has been available since the car was introduced for the 2013 model year.
Crosstrek Sport pushes Crosstrek’s spirit even further. The 2.5-liter direct-injection SUBARU BOXER engine comes standard.
The exterior features unique design elements such as the aggressive grille and wheel arches, gunmetal finish exterior accents, dark grey wheels, and exclusive Yellow Pearl Plasma paint available.
Inside, the StarTex-clad cabin is ready for a water-repellent upholstery adventure with yellow contrast stitching and yellow accent trim.
Each Crosstrek offers peace of mind on every trip with standard Subaru EyeSight Driver Assistance Technology. In addition, eyeSight can help reduce frontal impact by up to 85% by applying full braking force in emergencies with Pre-Collision Braking.
For 2021, Crosstrek now has Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control with Lane Centering, which can relieve stress from everyday driving by helping to brake and throttle control to keep a safe distance ahead.
The Crosstrek has an updated grille and front trim, accentuating its strong athletic attitude. In addition, the 18-inch engine’s wheels feature a new design to complement the high-energy style that makes Crosstrek a unique compact SUV – at home on the trailhead or in front of your favorite neighborhood restaurant.
Subaru Reveal Electric Concept
At the automaker’s global headquarters in Tokyo, Tomomi Nakamura, CEO of Subaru Corporation, revealed her core model plans.
Here’s what customers can expect for future Forester 2022 compact SUVs, Outback wagons, Crosstrek subcompact SUVs, and Ascent 3-Row family carrier models.
Due to the global shift towards all-electric cars, Automotive News Reports, Nakamura said Subaru would remain with its gas engines for as long as possible.
The CEO noted that Subaru’s unique Boxer engine offers fuel-saving capabilities, such as direct injection technology and lean combustion. He said Subaru would continue to refine the Boxer engine’s internal combustion technology until it is gone.
Subaru has moved towards a smaller turbocharged engine and uses a new 2.4-liter turbocharged engine in the new Ascent family carrier and newly renovated Outback and Legacy models.
The Japanese market Levorg has a new 1.8-liter direct-injection turbocharged Boxer engine. Nakamura says there’s no need for a hybrid version of Levorg, even in hybrid-loving Japan with his new fuel-efficient engine.
Subaru is currently developing a new all-electric SUV with Toyota that will be about the same size as the Forester. Therefore, Subaru must bring a new all-electric model by the end of 2022 for the 2023 model year.
Subaru will plan to have 40 percent of global sales of “electrified” vehicles by 2030. These electrification models will be a mix of hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and all-electric for customers.
Subaru of America CEO Tom Doll also said recently, “We will introduce an all-electric SUV in a few years through our partnership with Toyota.
We have to provide that type of vehicle because of the way the fuel economy and the government’s CAFE (Corporate Average Fuel Economy) requirements, we need to have a range of electrification vehicles coming through the mid-2025 to 2030 models.”
Customers will see Subaru Forester, Outback, and Ascent hybrid SUVs and plug-ins between the 2025-2030 timeframe. Until then, Subaru will continue to “perfect” its lean-burn turbocharged Boxer engine in its models.
2021 Subaru Crosstrek Features
The Subaru Crosstrek 2021 is the most powerful, most fun-to-drive, and safest Crosstrek we’ve ever made, with performance, technology, and design updates.
A new 2.5-liter direct-injection SUBARU BOXER engine is available for extra performance, and the confidence of EyeSight Driver Assistance Technology is now standard on all Crosstrek models.
2021 Subaru Crosstrek Performance
Crosstrek 2021 features a new 2.5-litre direct-injection SUBARU BOXER engine that delivers more torque and increases output to 182 horsepower – extra power makes all your trips more exciting and responsive.
Based on Subaru’s more than 50 years of engineering experience, each SUBARU BOXER engine is designed with a unique horizontal layout that offers natural balance and a low center of gravity while providing efficient power transfer.
Standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive
The balanced design of Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive creates uniform stability and provides optimal power distribution for maximum traction. In addition, it makes for better handling and faster response to road conditions.
Crosstrek 2021 also gives you impressive fuel efficiency with up to 34 MPG and a driving distance of over 500 miles, which provides you with more adventures within your reach.
Right-Sized Compact SUV with Large Cargo Area
The smartly designed Crosstrek 2021 delivers a spacious interior with an interior volume of up to 121.6 cubic feet – more than the Toyota C-HR, Hyundai Kona, or Nissan Rogue Sport – in a compact SUV that remains agile and comfortable in size. In addition, wide rear gate openings make larger gears easier to load.
Ground Clearing Capability
With an 8.7-inch ground-free distance and available X-MODE with Hill Descent Control – which electronically optimizes engines, transmissions, and other systems to increase traction in slippery conditions – Crosstrek provides peace of mind on almost any road. X-MODE dual function with settings for snow, dirt, and mud is also available.
Elevated Roof Rails
Standard lifting roof rails and a wide line of Thule squeeze accessories give cargo carrier flexibility for help carrying more gear wherever life takes you.
Inside Crosstrek Sport, you’ll find comfortable interiors that combine modern style and durable high-tech materials. The cabin is equipped with adventurous StarTex waterproof upholstery with yellow contrast stitching and yellow accent trim, and a floor mat made of recycled material.
2021 Subaru Crosstrek Exterior
Crosstrek Sport features unique exterior design elements such as aggressively styled grilles and wheel arch prints, gunmetal exterior accents, and exclusive dark grey wheels.
Standard Vision Driver Assist Technology
Now standard on 2021 Crosstrek, EyeSight monitors traffic movement, optimizes cruise control, and alerts you as you sway outside your lane.
The Automatic Pre-Collision Braking feature can apply full braking force and stop you completely in emergencies.
Lane Keep Assist can even help you steer back to your lane. In addition, advanced Adaptive Cruise Control with Lane Centering, a new feature for 2021, can relieve stress while driving by helping with steering, braking, and throttle control — both in daily traffic and on long journeys.
STARLINK Safety and Security offer a range of connected services to help you and your Crosstrek stay safe whether you’re in your vehicle, computer, or smartphone.
For example, advanced Automatic Collision Notification alerts the operator in the event of an accident. And there are more features to add comfort and peace of mind, including Remote Services, Vehicle Alerts, and Stolen Vehicle Recovery.
It also includes STARLINK Concierge service for personal assistance with navigation, restaurant reservations, and service appointment scheduling.