Subaru announced its 2021 Crosstrek It will receive a new Sport interior level, a new 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine for Sport and Limited interiors, as well as some style adjustments and enhanced safety. It is now obvious that these updates will not bring considerable additional costs.
The price of the basic model and the premium model is increased by $140, while the price of the limited edition model is increased by $640 ( Destination fee All Crosstreks in 2021 are $1,050, Increase $ 40 In the 2020s). The following is a complete list of prices, including destinations:
- Base trim with six-speed manual transmission: $23,295
- Basic, continuously variable automatic transmission: $24,645
- Advanced six-speed manual transmission: $24,345
- Advanced, continuously variable: $25,695
- Sport, stepless speed change: $27,545
- Limit: CVT: $29,045
You may notice that Sport and Limited models have CVT as standard equipment, while Base and Premium trims cost $1,350 to deviate from the manual.
In addition, Crostrek’s options are included in various packages. Premium models equipped with CVT can add skylights, blind spot detection with rear traffic alerts, keyless entry with button activation and electric driver seats. The price is $1,995 (CVT is $1,350). The sports version can add all the former except the electric driver’s seat, as well as an 8-inch infotainment display for $1600. There are two options for the limited-edition model: an independent sunroof priced at $1,000 or a built-in sunroof with built-in navigation and a Harman Kardon premium audio system priced at $2,395.
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The starting price of Subaru Crosstrek in 2021 exceeds that of the 2020 version Honda HR-V with Modern KonaAnd than 2020 Jeep Renegade -But unlike all these models, Crosstrek also offers standard all-wheel drive.
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