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The Subaru Crosstrek and the Competition

With our full lineup of great cars and crossovers from Subaru, we here at Island Subaru are, naturally, pretty fond of our collection. We think Subaru offers drivers terrific reliability, topnotch safety, and the best quality.

But, we also know that Subaru isn't the only name brand vying for your attention. If you're torn between an all-wheel drive equipped Subaru, and any of the other available vehicles that call themselves crossovers, check out the comparisons we've put together. We hope it makes your decision process a little easier.

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The 2018 Subaru Crosstrek vs. the 2018 Toyota C-HR

The Toyota C-HR is the new kid on the compact crossover block. In its first year of availability, the C-HR appears on the surface to have a lot in common with the Subaru Crosstrek. Both have a unique style all their own, with elevated ground clearance and a small SUV-style body, both have four doors, and both seat five people.

Yet, despite these similarities, these are two very different vehicles. We've put the two in a side-by-side comparison, and come up with a number of ways that prove the Crosstrek is better suited for drivers in the greater New York City, Brooklyn, and Staten Island area.

  • All-wheel drive. One of the biggest selling points of any Subaru model is its standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. The Crosstrek, like other Subaru cars, has this all-wheel drive across every trim. The Toyota C-HR, however, doesn't even have all-wheel drive available as an option.
  • Engine power. Both the Subaru Crosstrek and the Toyota C-HR are powered by a similar, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. However, in the Crosstrek, this engine produces 152 horsepower, and in the Toyota, it produces just 144 horsepower.
  • Transmission. For drivers who like the option of a manual transmission, and being in control of your vehicle's shifting, the Crosstrek is the only choice. That's because Subaru makes the Crosstrek available with a manual transmission or a continuously variable automatic. The Toyota, on the other hand, only comes with the automatic, with no opportunity to get a manual.

2018 Subaru Crosstrek vs the Mazda CX-3

  • The Crosstrek comes standard with all-wheel drive, making it easy to enjoy great performance in a variety of conditions. To get all-wheel drive in the CX-3, you have to pay extra.
  • You can enjoy a more exciting drive in the Crosstrek, which offers 152 horsepower, while the CX-3 only offers 146 horsepower.
  • With a 16.6-gallon fuel tank, you can stay on the road for longer in the Crosstrek. The CX-3 only has a 12.7-gallon fuel tank.
  • Passengers can stay comfortable in the Crosstrek, which has 100.9 cubic feet of passenger space; the CX-3 only offers 87.6 cubic feet of passenger space.
  • You can bring along more cargo in the Crosstrek, which offers 20.8 cubic feet of cargo space; the CX-3 only offers 12.4 cubic feet of cargo space.
  • With a standard roof rack, it's easy to bring along extra cargo in the Crosstrek. The CX-3 does not offer this feature.



 

 

Shopping for the 2019 Subaru Crosstrek in Staten Island

Stop by Island Subaru, conveniently located near Jersey City, Avenel, and Woodbridge, and see the 2019 Subaru Crosstrek for yourself. Compare the Crosstrek to competing models for yourself, and we're sure you'll see how much better quality and reliability you can get with a Subaru.


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