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The Subaru Crosstrek VS The Competition

No matter if folk around Georgetown are shopping for a new TV or a new car, checking out what the competition has to offer is the best way to decide which vehicle you are going to drive home in; and there are a lot of different SUVs on the road to choose from. To help our customers easily decide which SUV is just right for their next adventure we have compared a couple of popular models to the Subaru Crosstrek in all the ways that matter most. This way the only thing left for you to do is to come down to the dealership for a test drive.

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Subaru Crosstrek VS Toyota C-HR:

  • For many Cedar Park drivers, you will be behind the wheel of your new Crosstrek. But you want all of your passengers to be comfortable no matter where they sit and the Crosstrek is drastically more comfortable with 39.8 inches of front headroom, 43.1 inches of front legroom, and 36.5 inches of rear legroom. The Toyota C-HR comes up short with only 38.1 inches of front headroom, 43.4 inches of front legroom, and 31.7 inches of rear legroom.
  • Everyone is looking for the perfect blend of power and fuel efficiency and once again the Subaru Crosstrek comes out on top with 33 highway mpg. and 152 horsepower from its 2.0L BOXER engine. The 2.0L four-cylinder powering the C-HR only generates 144 horsepower and gets 31 highway mpg.
  • Subaru has a stellar reputation when it comes to safety and the Crosstrek has been a class leader year after year. While the C-HR comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense, it does not offer many other advanced safety features. Every Crosstrek model with automatic transmission is available or equipped with EyeSight Driver Assist Technology. The Crosstrek is also available with STARLINK Safety & Security with Automatic Collision Notification and Stolen Vehicle Recovery as well as LED Steering Responsive Headlights and Reverse Automatic Braking.
  • Subaru Crosstrek VS Mazda3 Hatchback:

  • While the Crosstrek and Mazda3 Hatchback are small SUVs, interior space matters and the Crosstrek has significantly more to offer. The Mazda3 Hatchback has 92.7 cubic feet of passenger space and only 47.1 cubic feet of maximum cargo space. The Crosstrek, however, has 100.9 cubic feet of seating for five with 55.3 cubic feet of total cargo space.
  • The Subaru Crosstrek is the true definition of SUV, sports utility vehicle, with the ability to tow up to 1,500 lbs., standard roof rails for additional cargo carrying ability, and Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive for a commanding grip on and off-road. The Mazda3 is not recommended for towing and a less capable all-wheel-drive system will cost you $1,400 extra.
  • We don't think that anyone in Leander wants to pay more for less and once again the Subaru Crosstrek comes out on top with more standard features, a more affordable price, and the lowest 5-year cost to own of any vehicle in its class. The Crosstrek starts at just $21,895 and delivers more capable performance, superior utility, award-winning safety, more spacious seating for 5, and a wide array of the latest multimedia features. The Mazda3 Hatchback starts at nearly $2,000 more and you will have to pay extra for all-wheel-drive and still not get the same level of spirited performance.
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    It is easy to see why so many Austin drivers choose the Subaru Crosstrek as their small adventure SUV and there is no better way to discover everything that the Crosstrek has to offer than from the driver's seat. Hurry down to Subaru of Georgetown today for a test drive and to speak to a member of our team to learn more about all of the ways we can help you save on your new Subaru Crosstrek.