Subaru Crossovers Guide

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Subaru XV Crosstrek

Year: Starting at $21,995 MPG 23-30 The XV Crosstrek is a new vehicle from Subaru for the growing compact crossover utility segment. Basically, the engineers at Subaru started with a five-door Impreza, raised it three inches off the ground for better ground clearance and made it more rugged looking. The XV Crosstrek has rugged capability and Subaru’s all-wheel drive system to tackle any recreational sport or task, while not losing any of those interior comforts you have grown to want. The XV Crosstrek offers rear seat legroom close to that of a mid-size vehicle. If you want to feel good about saving the environment while driving, this is the car for you. The XV Crosstrek is built in a zero landfill plant and is a partial zero emissions vehicle. You’ll also feel good getting close to 33 MPG with the larger gas tank. The XV Crosstrek comes with two transmission choices: a five-speed manual transmission and an automatic with manual control mode and steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters. The XV Crosstrek will keep you and your occupants safe, coming standard with Subaru’s Advanced Frontal Airbag System. This system is equipped with airbags that can sense how close you are to the airbag. The XV Crosstrek is proof you can have a rugged vehicle without having to surrender comfort and gas mileage. …
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Subaru Forester

Year: Starting at $22,495 MPG 21-27 You may not realize it, but we guarantee that you’ve seen at least one Subaru Forester once a day during your travels. They may not belong to one of the more recent model years, but there’s a reason why so many people are still driving their ten-year-old Foresters in 2012 and it’s the reason why you should take a look at a 2013 model if you’re looking for a new crossover. It’s a basic vehicle that can take the wear and tear accompanied with carting around luggage, athletic gear, and even the family dog. If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, that is definitely a plus. The 2.4 liter Boxer engine will give you a fuel economy of 21 mpg city and 27 mpg highway, which is an increase from 2011’s rating. If you want to enhance your driving experience, look into the models with the 224 horsepower turbocharged engine. For your driving safety and convenience, you can opt for adding a voice-activated navigation system to your Forester and one of two winter weather packages. Possibly the best thing about the Forester, besides its durability, is the all-wheel drive, which comes standard on all Subaru vehicles and will be with you for the years to come. …
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