2021 Subaru Crosstrek Sport

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Subaru Crosstrek Details

B4, 2.5L; DOHC
40,351 Miles
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About This 2021 Subaru Crosstrek

Introducing our 2021 Subaru Crosstrek Sport AWD in the eye-catching Plasma Yellow color! This amazing vehicle is powered by a 2.5L H4 engine that delivers 182 horsepower and 178 ft. lbs. of torque. With its below 40,000 miles and excellent overall condition, this Crosstrek is ready for all your adventures. The factory default features are impressive, including a rearview camera, Subaru's EyeSight driver assist technology, a 6.5-inch infotainment system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and much more! The black interior complements the stunning yellow exterior perfectly. With 27 MPG in the city and 34 on the highway, this Crosstrek is perfect for both city driving and long road trips. We are offering this vehicle below Kelley Blue Book value, so don't miss out on this amazing deal. Come and take a test drive today! We would welcome you to our dealership, family-owned, to drive test and preview the car. Please feel free to reach our sales team at 208-916-6240! Our goal: To provide the ULTIMATE car-buying EXPERIENCE!

Features & Options

  • Air filtration
  • Front air conditioning: automatic climate control
  • Front air conditioning zones: dual
  • Airbag deactivation: occupant sensing passenger
  • Front airbags: dual
  • Knee airbags: driver
  • Side airbags: front
  • Side curtain airbags: front / rear
  • Antenna type: diversity / mast
  • Auxiliary audio input: Bluetooth / USB / iPod/iPhone / jack
  • In-Dash CD: MP3 Playback / single disc
  • Internet radio app: AHA / Pandora / Stitcher / iHeartRadio
  • Radio: AM/FM / HD radio / touch screen display / voice operated
  • Radio data system
  • Satellite radio: SiriusXM
  • Speed sensitive volume control
  • Total speakers: 6
  • ABS: 4-wheel
  • Braking assist
  • Cornering brake control
  • Electronic brakeforce distribution
  • Front brake diameter: 11.6
  • Front brake type: ventilated disc
  • Power brakes
  • Rear brake diameter: 10.8
  • Rear brake type: disc
  • Cargo area floor mat: rubber/vinyl
  • Center console trim: leatherette
  • Dash trim: metallic / simulated carbon fiber
  • Door trim: leatherette / metallic / simulated carbon fiber
  • Floor mat material: carpet
  • Floor material: carpet
  • Floor mats: front / rear
  • Interior accents: metallic-tone
  • Shift knob trim: alloy
  • Steering wheel trim: leather
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Adaptive stop and go cruise control: semi-automatic
  • Assist handle: front / rear
  • Autonomous lane guidance: lane centering
  • Cargo area light
  • Cargo cover: retractable
  • Center console: front console with armrest and storage / illuminated / organizer tray
  • Cupholders: front / rear
  • Multi-function remote: panic alarm / proximity entry system / trunk release
  • One-touch windows: 2
  • Overhead console: front
  • Power outlet(s): USB front / two 12V front
  • Power steering: variable/speed-proportional
  • Power windows: lockout button
  • Push-button start
  • Reading lights: front / rear
  • Rearview mirror: manual day/night
  • Steering wheel: tilt and telescopic
  • Steering wheel mounted controls: audio / cruise control / multi-function / paddle shifter / phone / voice control
  • Storage: accessory hook / cargo tie-down anchors and hooks / door pockets / front seatback / grocery bag holder
  • Vanity mirrors: dual illuminating
  • 4WD type: full time
  • Drive mode selector
  • Alternator: 130 amps
  • Auto start/stop
  • Battery: maintenance-free
  • Battery saver
  • Door handle color: body-color
  • Exhaust tip color: stainless steel
  • Fender lip moldings: black
  • Front bumper color: body-color
  • Grille color: black with chrome accents
  • Headlight bezel color: black
  • Mirror color: black
  • Rear bumper color: body-color
  • Rear spoiler: roofline
  • Rear spoiler color: black
  • Rear trunk/liftgate: liftgate
  • Rocker panel color: black
  • Window trim: black
  • Connected in-car apps: Google POIs / Google search / SiriusXM Travel Link / Yelp
  • Infotainment: STARLINK
  • Infotainment screen size: 6.5 in.
  • Smartphone integration: Android Auto / Apple CarPlay
  • Clock
  • Digital odometer
  • External temperature display
  • Fuel economy display: MPG / range
  • Gauge: tachometer
  • Instrument cluster screen size: 4.5 in.
  • Multi-function display
  • Trip odometer
  • Warnings and reminders: coolant temperature warning / lamp failure / low fuel level / low oil pressure / low washer fluid / maintenance due
  • Daytime running lights
  • Exterior entry lights: approach lamps
  • Front fog lights
  • Headlights: auto delay off / auto on/off / halogen / wiper activated
  • Side mirror adjustments: manual folding / power
  • Side mirrors: heated / integrated turn signals
  • Roof rails: black
  • Automatic emergency braking: front
  • Camera system: rearview
  • Check rear seat reminder
  • Child safety door locks
  • Child seat anchors: LATCH system
  • Crumple zones: front / rear
  • Impact absorbing seats: dual front
  • Impact sensor: door unlock / fuel cut-off
  • Lane deviation sensors
  • Lane keeping assist
  • Pre-collision warning system: audible warning / visual warning
  • Rearview monitor: in dash
  • Safety brake pedal system
  • Emergency locking retractors: driver / rear
  • Front seatbelts: 3-point
  • Rear seatbelts: 3-point
  • Seatbelt force limiters: front
  • Seatbelt pretensioners: front
  • Seatbelt warning sensor: front
  • Driver seat: heated
  • Driver seat manual adjustments: height / reclining / 6
  • Front headrests: adjustable / 2
  • Front seat type: bucket
  • Passenger seat: heated
  • Passenger seat manual adjustments: reclining / 4
  • Rear headrests: adjustable / 3
  • Rear seat folding: split
  • Rear seat type: 60-40 split bench
  • Upholstery: vinyl
  • Upholstery accents: contrast stitching
  • Anti-theft system: alarm / vehicle immobilizer
  • Power door locks: anti-lockout / auto-locking
  • Hill holder control
  • Off-road driving assist: hill descent
  • Stability control
  • Traction control
  • Steering ratio: 13.1
  • Turns lock-to-lock: 2.6
  • Front shock type: gas
  • Front spring type: coil
  • Front stabilizer bar
  • Front struts: MacPherson
  • Front suspension classification: independent
  • Front suspension type: lower control arms
  • Rear shock type: gas
  • Rear spring type: coil
  • Rear stabilizer bar: diameter 16 mm
  • Rear suspension classification: independent
  • Rear suspension type: double wishbone
  • Driver assistance app: roadside assistance
  • Electronic messaging assistance: voice operated / with read function
  • Hands-free phone call integration: voice operated
  • Navigation data: send destination to vehicle
  • Satellite communications: voice guided directions
  • Smart device app compatibility: MySubaru
  • Smart device app function: engine start / horn/light operation / lock operation / maintenance scheduling / maintenance status / vehicle location
  • Wi-Fi: hotspot
  • Wireless data link: Bluetooth
  • Spare tire mount location: inside
  • Spare tire size: temporary
  • Spare wheel type: steel
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • Tire type: all season
  • Wheels: painted aluminum alloy
  • Front wipers: variable intermittent
  • Heated windshield wiper rests
  • Laminated glass: acoustic windshield
  • Liftgate window: fixed
  • Power windows: safety reverse
  • Rear privacy glass
  • Rear wiper: auto-on in reverse / intermittent / with washer
  • Window defogger: rear
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2021 Subaru Crosstrek Sport Review

For my money, this is the best Subaru you can buy. And I’ve held that opinion since it was first called the XV Crosstrek back in 2013. You can think of it as a bite-sized Outback. And now you can have one in Sport trim with a more powerful engine.
With a starting MSRP of $23,295 including destination, the Crosstrek is one of Subaru’s most affordable cars. It’s got nearly 9” of ground clearance, standard all-wheel drive, of course, and returns about 30mpg while delivering a nearly 500 mile driving range. And it’s the only small sport utility with 4-wheel traction to still offer a manual transmission though it comes with a major mileage penalty. No manual here, however; this is the new Sport trim, introducing Subaru’s largest engine to one of their smallest vehicles. Subaru offers nothing but 4-cylinder engines and this 2.5-liter Boxer makes its debut on the Sport and Limited grades. It takes horsepower from 152 in the base 2.0-liter engine to 182 here combined with an equally sizable jump in torque to 176 pound-feet. So this is not the equivalent of Dodge offering a Hellcat option but for Subaru this is big news. And beyond being known for all-wheel drive, Boxers and dogs, Subaru is also a CVT brand. They call theirs Lineartronic and indeed it’s pretty darn linear leaving little to complain about and this one even has paddle shifters which work surprisingly well to mimic an 8-speed dual-clutch. It’s quick to react and fun to play with. Now, you might think all of this talk is nonsense in what amounts to a jacked-up wagon but the Crosstrek’s best kept secret is how fun it is to drive. If it didn’t have these Geolander tires it would really carve up a backroad. But this Sport model is for the weekend warrior; bikes, dogs, kayaks and as such needs to be able to get to out of the way places.
As we’ve come to learn, the name Sport rarely means what you think it does. And that holds true here. Yes, the newly available 2.5-liter engine adds some power – a want of almost every Subaru I’ve ever driven – but this is more about the look; the dark gray wheels, unique grille, yellow accents, faux carbon fiber. And there’re also 2 settings here for X-MODE to be used during low-speed off-road maneuvers in snow and mud. The ride quality is exceptional, torque vectoring makes the car very agile and the powertrain is as smooth as butter. And when it’s time to hit the trail you’ve got the ground clearance and the best all-wheel drive system to get you through.
It can’t be overstated how Subaru’s all-wheel drive setup is just better – that whole symmetry thing they like to promote thanks to the engine’s horizontal piston layout – is the real deal and works here with the ability to lock all 4 wheels in 2 stages of off-road difficulty – like a 4-lo setting in a 4X4.
The raised suspension with Subaru’s soft Stablex dampers combined with great steering feel, comfortable driver’s seat and excellent visibility make the Crosstrek more of a driver’s car than you would ever imagine. The engine is spunky with its sport mode and the 2.5 actually gets better highway fuel economy than the 2.0 rated here at 34mpg.
My biggest knocks against the Crosstrek are the really noisy cabin – you’ve got to blast this sound system to rise above the road noise, and the patina of aged design and cost-cutting that plagues all Subarus. At over $29,000 you’ve got to be kidding me with the halogen lighting. Instead Subaru like to talk up this this “high-power” LED rear gate light.
StarLink is a solid touchscreen system and this new recycled seat fabric called StarTex is a green addition that plays nicely into Subaru’s ethos. But the cubby for your smartphone is too small, there’s no height adjustment for the passenger seat, the enhanced EyeSight system includes Adaptive Cruise with Lance Centering but no real Stop and Go functionality for rush hour traffic, and the rear seats feel like an afterthought with no centralized air vents, no USB connection, only one seatback pocket and not even an armrest. There’s decent space in here, for sure, but if there’s one thing that brings the Crosstrek down a notch or 2 it’s penny pinching stuff like this.
Still in all, for $29,145 as-tested, this is the Subaru that bests represents the brand. It’s my favorite because it’s Subaru to the core.