In June, Subaru gave the Crosstrek an essential, albeit subtle, overhaul that includes suspension improvements and a new 2.5-liter engine. When it launched, the star brand said it would be available in showrooms later this year, and now the company has revealed its prices.
For the 2021 model year, the Crosstrek will not get a major price increase – at least for the basic trim level. Without the destination and delivery charges, the base trim level starts at $ 22,245, which is just an increase of $ 100 from the previous year’s base price. This variant comes with a six-speed manual transmission. If you opt for the CVT base, the price goes up to $ 23,595.
The 2021 Crosstrek Premium version starts at $ 23,295 for the model equipped with a gear lever – again, which represents a price increase of $ 100. The Premium trim, with all the bells and whistles, the ceilings at $ 26,640. Interestingly, the new Sport version, equipped with the more powerful 2.5-liter Boxer engine starts at $ 26,495, which could somehow encourage buyers to opt for the 182-horsepower (136-kilowatt) mill instead of the Premium plus. expensive with the 2.0-liter engine.
The new Crosstrek Sport variant has a unique coating around the new 17-inch dark gray wheels and bronze accents on the front grille, side mirrors and badge. He also gets two cool new paint colors: Plasma Yellow Pearl and Horizon Blue Pearl.
The Crosstrek Limited remains the top model of the crossover. It now starts at $ 27,995 – a huge increase of $ 600 from the 2020 model year, but rightly so because of the new 2.5-liter engine.
It is, of course, the most equipped in the range with advanced safety functions such as high beam assistance, automatic rear braking, blind spot detection with shift assistance lane and rear cross traffic signal.
Subaru said the Crosstrek 2021 will hit showrooms this summer.