As you might expect from a compact crossover bearing the Subaru name, the Crosstrek Hybrid offers distinctive character to go with its efficiency and all-wheel drive capability. Its rugged styling makes it seem more like a lifestyle vehicle than a family hauler, though it fulfills both roles without complaint.
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2016 Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid Overview
What's New for 2016
The Crosstrek Hybrid get a revised front-end appearance, while the inside receives orange stitching throughout. Blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are available for the first time. The "XV" prefix has been dropped from the model name.
Choosing Your Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid
The five-passenger XV Crosstrek Hybrid is based on the latest Impreza, but rides three inches higher and carries a more rugged suspension. You get 22 cubic feet of flat load space behind the rear seats, which grows to 52 cubic feet when they're folded.
The Hybrid starts out with same 148-horsepower 2-liter four cylinder engine found in other Crosstrek models, but also gets an electric motor that increases output to 160 horsepower. All examples carry Subaru's capable all-wheel drive system and an automated continuous variable transmission (CVT).
There's no loss in performance compared to the conventional gasoline model, and you can expect to achieve 31 mpg in combined driving. As expected, hybrid-specific instrumentation is standard, and you also get something quite unexpected: an audible alert that tells pedestrians that the vehicle is approaching when it's operating in whisper-quiet electric mode.
The Crosstrek Hybrid starts out in upscale Limited dress, so all models are well equipped. For a near-luxury experience, you can upgrade to Touring trim.
Since there are no individual options for the Crosstrek Hybrid, picking the right trim level is especially important. Upgrading to the Touring makes the interior a much nicer place to spend your commute, so the $3,300 premium will be worth it over the long haul in our view.