The 2020 Subaru Crosstrek is available now, starting from $23,155. It receives more safety and tech features and a facelift appearance.
Compared with the 2019 model, the base price has grown by $250. It is $23,155 now. A hybrid version starts at $36,155, plus $150 to the previous cost.
What do U.S. customers get for the money?
Selectable driving modes (Subaru‘s SI-DRIVE) are now standard for all trims.
There are some exterior changes and many functional interior ones, including an automatic start-stop system, a new collision detection system and an automatic power door locking / unlocking function.
The Limited and Hybrid trim levels get revised LED headlights. The Hybrid features a silver trim along the projector beams. LED fog lights come standard on the Limited. The both add USB ports in the rear console.
The Premium trim now offers an optional six-way power driver’s seat and push to start.
The Premium and the Limited cars receive illuminated front console storage tray.
On all the Subaru Crosstrek models, the USB and auxiliary ports move from the center console to the front console storage tray.