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The Crosstrek’s standard all-wheel drive and 8.7 inches of ground clearance set the stage for adventure. Acceleration is unhurried from a 152-hp 2.0-liter flat-four paired with either a six-speed manual or a continuously variable automatic. The sedately styled interior is simple, with supportive front seats and good outward visibility. Bluetooth and a 6.5-inch touchscreen are standard; an 8.0-inch touchscreen is available. Options include adaptive cruise control and automated emergency braking.
Although it’s just an Impreza lifted enough to boost it into the nebulously defined crossover category, the hatchback has carved out a segment for itself by dint of a low starting price and Subie’s ineffable greenie-cool factor. Add some charming and unexpected colors and a set of bold-looking wheels and you have a machine that accounts for 16 percent of the brand’s U.S. sales mix. Fundamentally, the Crosstrek has found a niche as the Chuck Taylor All-Star of cars: simple, cheap, cheerful, and welcome everywhere. Nobody is going to make fun of you for buying one.
Engine output has increased a bit, too, up 4 horsepower over the old car’s 148. But we managed just 17 seconds flat in the quarter-mile, which is a half-second slower than the old car. And the new Crosstrek also was 1.1 seconds slower from zero to 60 mph, needing 9.2 seconds to attain that mark.
One item the new Crosstrek doesn’t share with the Impreza is that car’s absolutely abysmal five-speed manual transmission (the old Crosstrek also used a five-speed manual). The Crosstrek’s six-speed is a peach, with none of the rubbery jankiness that makes the Impreza’s unit unpleasant. The shifter’s action is positive and smooth, while the clutch is communicative and linear in engagement.