If ever there’s been a crossover that’s been both over- and underrated, it’s probably the Subaru Crosstrek. Subaru’s lowest-priced wagon has long been the subject of love and hate in the auto world. Since its introduction in 2013, it’s had a unique look that mixes rough-and-ready with road-worthy style that’s struck a cord among buyers. Some of those things change for the all-new 2021 Subaru Crosstrek. And only for the better. The Crosstrek’s served as the entry level to the outdoorsy Subaru set (real and imagined), and it has done well bringing new buyers into the company’s automotive fold. It’s also been, by comparison, the least user friendly and cheapest of the Subaru offerings, gaining mistrust and ire for its failed hybrid option and its penchant for road noise and low ride quality.
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