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When it comes to rugged car-based crossovers, few brands do it quite like Subaru. The Crosstrek subcompact SUV epitomizes the Japanese automaker's personality in a neatly sized and thoughtful package. Based on the Impreza hatchback, the Crosstrek inherits a decidedly carlike driving experience but offers more ground clearance and truckier styling—and it can be had as a plug-in hybrid. Not into an electrified powertrain? Two different gasoline-powered four-cylinder engines are offered—both in Subaru's characteristic horizontally opposed four-cylinder arrangement. We can't imagine the Crosstrek has what it takes to tackle gnarly, boulder-strewn off-road trails alongside Jeeps, but like its larger siblings—the Forester and the Ascent—it offers plenty of all-weather security, a value-packed features list, and an accommodating—if somewhat bland—interior.

What's New for ?

Along with a light visual refresh that includes new front bumper and grille designs, the Crosstrek gains a Sport model and a more powerful engine option. The new liter flat-four has been lifted from the mid-size Legacy sedan and Outback station wagon and plopped under the hood of Sport and Limited models of the Crosstrek; the languid liter engine is still in the mix, but relegated to the base and Premium models only. The new Sport trim comes with several unique features that won't be offered on other Crosstreks, including Snow/Dirt and Deep Snow/Mud settings for the standard all-wheel-drive system.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

The new Sport model's enhanced features—unique inch wheels, yellow-stitched upholstery, carbon-fiber trim, and advanced driving modes—are nice, but the more powerful hp liter engine is more worthy of the upgrade. Like most other Subarus, all-wheel drive is standard on the Crosstrek, a rarity in the small SUV marketplace where it's usually optional or sometimes not offered at all.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The Crosstrek's base hp four-cylinder engine makes a lot of noise but doesn't offer a lot of motivation. As with many of its competitors, getting up to highway speeds can be a bit painful, no matter whether you choose the standard manual transmission or the optional automatic. In our testing, an automatic model needed a leisurely seconds to reach 60 mph. The plug-in-hybrid model proved to be quicker and shaved second off the liter model's zero-tomph time. Subaru has addressed this lack of energy for by plucking the liter engine from the larger Legacy and Outback models and making it an option in the Crosstrek. This mill makes horsepower and should provide the extra shove the Crosstrek needs. We'll update this story with test results when we get the opportunity to strap our equipment to the model. With its well-weighted steering and composed ride, the Crosstrek feels solid and planted through corners. The suspension is tuned to be firm but not harsh and soaks up larger bumps with ease.

Range, Charging, and Battery Life

Charging the plug-in-hybrid model will take up to five hours if connected to a standard household volt outlet; using a volt outlet does the job in as little as two hours. With only 17 miles of electric-only range, buyers shouldn't expect to complete the entirety of their commute without dipping into the gasoline.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

With not only great EPA ratings but also some of the best results in our real-world testing, this Subaru is among the most fuel efficient of subcompact crossovers. The EPA rates the Crosstrek with the liter four-cylinder and the continuously variable transmission (CVT) at 28 mpg city, 33 mpg highway, and 30 mpg combined; jump to the liter engine and those numbers drop to 27 mpg city and 29 mpg combined, but the highway estimate goes up 1 mpg to Out on our mile highway fuel-economy test route, a liter model with the CVT delivered an impressive 32 mpg while the manual model delivered 31 mpg; we haven't yet tested the new liter engine, but we'll update this story with results when we do. The hybrid model is rated at up to 90 MPGe combined and 35 mpg on the highway, but we managed only 30 mpg in our testing.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

In typical Subaru fashion, the Crosstrek has a basic and durable-feeling interior that prioritizes function over form. Its lack of flair is perfectly acceptable in the cheaper versions but starts to feel a bit drab in the Limited model, which can surpass $30, with options. Feeble attempts to spice things up include bits of faux carbon-fiber trim and orange stitching on the seats, but the overall atmosphere remains dark and a bit dull—opting for the lighter gray cloth or leather upholstery helps somewhat. Folding the Crosstrek's 60/40 split-folding rear seat expands the cargo hold considerably, but the folded seats don't make for an entirely flat cargo floor. The Honda HR-V and the Nissan Rogue Sport held more stuff in our testing despite their smaller exterior dimensions. The Crosstrek managed to hold 19 of our carry-on suitcases with the rear seats folded; the HR-V fit 22, while the Rogue Sport held The hybrid model's cargo floor is higher than the nonhybrid to accommodate the battery pack, and we were only able to fit 17 carry-ons with the seats folded.

Infotainment and Connectivity

Subaru's StarLink infotainment system is clearly organized, offers plenty of connectivity features as standard, and is easy to navigate in everyday use. A inch touchscreen is standard equipment and offers Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, along with the expected Bluetooth support and a USB port. The Limited and hybrid models come with a larger inch touchscreen that offers SiriusXM satellite radio plus some additional support apps; navigation is optional but only with the inch display.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

The Crosstrek performs well in crash tests—it received five stars from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and a Top Safety Pick+ designation from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Its optional driver-assistance features are reasonably priced and, unlike many competitors, are available even on the base Crosstrek for a reasonable cost. Key safety features include:

  • Available automated emergency braking
  • Available lane-keeping assist
  • Available adaptive cruise control

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

Subaru's warranty coverage is exactly in line with that of most of its competitors, with bumper-to-bumper coverage for three years or 36, miles and powertrain coverage for five years or 60, miles. As with many rival hybrids, the Crosstrek hybrid comes with an extra policy to cover that car's expensive battery-electric components.

  • Limited warranty covers 3 years or 36, miles
  • Powertrain warranty covers 5 years or 60, miles
  • Hybrid-component warranty covers 8 years or , miles
  • No complimentary scheduled maintenance


VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, all-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door hatchback

PRICE AS TESTED: $30, (base price: $23,)

ENGINE TYPE: DOHC valve flat-4, aluminum block and heads, direct fuel injection

Displacement: cu in, cc
Power: hp @ rpm
Torque: lb-ft @ rpm

TRANSMISSION: continuously variable automatic with manual shifting mode

Wheelbase: in
Length: in
Width: in Height: in
Passenger volume: 97 cu ft
Cargo volume: 21 cu ft
Curb weight: lb

Zero to 60 mph: sec
Zero to mph: sec
Zero to mph: sec
Rolling start, mph: sec
Top gear, mph: sec
Top gear, mph: sec
Standing ¼-mile: sec @ 84 mph
Top speed (drag limited): mph
Braking, mph: ft
Roadholding, ft-dia skidpad: g

Observed: 23 mpg
mph highway driving: 32 mpg
Highway range: miles

Combined/city/highway: 29/27/33 mpg


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SUV hybrid top picks chosen by Edmunds experts

Hybrids have evolved in recent years, moving on from the original Toyota Prius to a new crop of efficient crossover SUVs. These larger utility-focused vehicles combine green technology with the space and capability that today's buyers want. The resulting fuel economy can be eye-opening as well, with 40 mpg or more becoming commonplace.

Here are five vehicles that Edmunds has identified as ideal choices for the eco-minded utility buyer. Some are already on dealer lots, while others will make their debut in the first half of The list is organized in alphabetical brand order.

This undated photo provided by Ford shows the Ford Escape Hybrid, a compact SUV with an EPA-estimated 41 mpg in mixed driving. (David Westphal/Ford Motor Company via AP)

Ford Escape Hybrid

Starting MSRP: $29, (includes destination fee)

EPA fuel economy: 41 mpg combined

The Ford Escape was the first hybrid SUV to be sold in the U.S., and now Ford is back with an all-new Escape Hybrid. As with the regular Escape, the hybrid benefits from a roomier interior, new styling and improved safety features. It's also considerably more fuel-efficient than the previous-generation Escape Hybrid, which was last sold for the model year.

Other highlights include sporty handling and an EV driving mode that keeps the vehicle in electric-only driving as long as the battery lasts. We noticed the hybrid is a bit noisier than the regular Escape, but it's a small trade-off for the improved efficiency. There is also a plug-in version with 30 miles of electric range coming soon.

Watch the video at the top of this story to learn more about the Ford Escape hybrid.

This undated photo provided by Honda shows the Honda CR-V hybrid, a compact SUV that's expected to get 50% better fuel economy than the standard CR-V. (Courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc. via AP)

Honda CR-V Hybrid

Estimated starting MSRP: $28,

Estimated fuel economy: 40 mpg combined

Honda is bringing a hybrid version of its popular CR-V to the market for This move is significant because it could turn out to be an even more appealing vehicle than the standard CR-V, which is already Edmunds' top-rated small crossover SUV. Honda says the hybrid will get 50% better fuel economy than the standard CR-V.

We expect the hybrid will maintain the CR-V's impressive blend of performance, practicality and value. We're slightly disappointed that Honda has elected to give the hybrid the CR-V's regular infotainment system, which can be distracting to use, but that's likely to be this vehicle's only drawback.

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This undated photo provided by Subaru shows the Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid, a compact SUV that can drive about 17 miles on electricity alone and then switch to a gas engine that averages about 35 mpg. (Subaru of America, Inc. via AP)

Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid

Starting MSRP: $36, (includes destination fee)

EPA fuel economy: electric range of 17 miles; 35 mpg combined

Subaru's attempt at a true no-compromise SUV is the Crosstrek Hybrid. As a plug-in hybrid, it has a bigger battery pack that can provide a small amount of all-electric driving. You can also recharge the battery pack at home or at a public charging station. Regularly doing so can greatly reduce your fuel consumption.

As with the regular Crosstrek, the hybrid has standard all-wheel drive and an impressive inches of ground clearance. The combination gives the Crosstrek above-average off-road ability. Compared to the regular Crosstrek, however, the hybrid has a smaller cargo area. It's also significantly more expensive, although available rebates and tax incentives help defray the cost.

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This undated photo provided by Toyota shows the Toyota RAV4 Prime, a compact SUV that can drive about 39 miles on electricity alone and then switch to a gas engine that averages about 40 mpg. (Maground GmbH/Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. via AP)

Toyota RAV4 Prime Prev

Estimated starting MSRP: $36,

Estimated fuel economy: electric range of 39 miles; 40 mpg combined

Plug-in hybrids have been slow to catch on with mainstream buyers. That could change with the Toyota RAV4 Prime. The Prime starts out as a RAV4 Hybrid, which is popular with RAV4 buyers as well as Edmunds' experts. Now Toyota is adding the same technology in its Prius Prime plug-in to make the RAV4 Prime both greener and faster.

Toyota says you'll be able to drive the Prime up to 39 miles on all-electric power, which is an above-average distance for a plug-in. Still not sold? Toyota also says the Prime will have horsepower and will be the second-quickest vehicle in the brand's lineup behind the Supra sports car. We don't expect the Prime will be suited for off-road trails, but that won't be a concern for most buyers.

This undated photo provided by Volvo shows the Volvo XC60 T8, a small luxury SUV that can drive about 20 miles on electricity alone and then switch to a gas engine that averages about 27 mpg. (Volvo Cars of North America, LLC via AP)

Volvo XC60 PHEV

Starting MSRP: $55, (includes destination fee)

EPA fuel economy: electric range of 20 miles; 27 mpg combined

Green SUVs come in luxury guise these days too, as evidenced by the Volvo XC60 T8, a plug-in hybrid version of this small luxury SUV. The T8 provides horsepower in addition to its 20 miles of all-electric range. All of the regular XC60's appealing traits are here as well, including an elegant and spacious interior and many standard safety features.

There are a few minor drivability issues. Specifically, the T8's grabby brake pedal can make it hard to stop smoothly, and it isn't as nimble in overall handling as the regular XC But overall, this is still one of the best ways to get both high fuel economy and luxury trappings.

This story was provided to The Associated Press by the automotive website Edmunds.

Sours: https://www.app.com/story/money/business/consumer//12/26/suv-hybrid-top-picks-chosen-edmunds-experts//

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