2018 Subaru Crosstrek can handle any road

Sometimes you want to take the scenic route. All around the Fairfield, Napa, Walnut Creek and Vacaville areas, there are sites to see and roads that need to be taken, although not all are paved. The vehicle that can get you there is the 2018 Subaru Crosstrek. The all-new Crosstrek was given a makeover in key areas that make it stand up to the terrain and let you have fun doing it.

So what's new for 2018?

The Subaru Crosstrek is now built on the same platform as the 2017 Subaru Impreza, the new Subaru Global Platform, which is 70 percent stiffer than the old chassis. That means the Crosstrek will hold up when you take it over rough terrain. A new suspension with an improved design helps with the handling as does the Active torque vectoring which uses the brakes to help the Crosstrek turn smarter and with more response. The Crosstrek has 8.7 inches of ground clearance and a quieter interior. Maybe the most anticipated new feature is the 6-speed manual transmission which will be available on all three trim levels.


In all three models the Crosstrek offers Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to provide access to your music, navigation and data from your smartphone. Each Crosstrek has available USB ports and a 12V power port to connect your digital world and charge the devices you need. The Premium trim has a 6.5-Inch touchscreen while an 8-inch touchscreen powers the Limited for hands-free texting, apps and internet entertainment like iHeart Radio, SIRIUS/XM radio along with parking and weather information.

There's not much the Crosstrek can't do but don't take our word for it, stop by and take a look for yourself. Our staff is waiting to help you.

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