Take your pick:
Supplies of the carryover 2019 Crosstrek are still looking good. Billed as a crossover, the Crosstrek is essentially an Impreza hatchback with increased ground clearance for moderate off-road capability. It remains quite popular with buyers.
The Crosstrek is usually a very attractive lease value, although offers focus on the base model with a manual transmission.
The lineup now includes the plug-in Crosstrek Hybrid with 25 miles of all-electric range.
Current lease and APR offers vary by region and will remain in effect through October 31, 2019. Examples shown here are for California.
Check for discounting:
As usual, there is no factory cash program on the Crosstrek (or any other Subaru), but discounts will probably be available at the dealer level.
Leasing looks the same:
Once again, customers in Los Angeles can lease a 2019 Crosstrek in 2.0i Standard trim (with manual transmission) from $235 for 36 months (12,000 miles a year) with $1,989 due at signing.
The effective monthly cost of this lease is $290 — we don't consider that a good value for this class. Look for terms to improve somewhat in the next few months.
Everywhere else in the country, payments may be $10 to $20 higher.
If you're currently leasing a Subaru model, your first payment will be complimentary, up to $500. This loyalty perk is available throughout the lineup.
Snag a low rate:
Subaru continues to offer 2.9% financing for 48 months on the 2019 Crosstrek, down from 3.49% earlier in the year.