Subaru Crosstrek vs. Honda HR-V, Mini Countryman, & Hyundai Tucson

Compare the New Subaru Crosstrek to Honda HR-V, Mini Countryman, & Hyundai Tucson

If you're currently in the market for a new crossover SUV, then you're probably aware of how many options you have. And while there may be many choices out there, none can provide you with the same level of versatility and value as the new Subaru Crosstrek. The Crosstrek is equipped to provide you with the athleticism that you want when driving on the open road, the rugged ability to take you on even the most remote of destinations, and the capability to provide you with confidence during any weather conditions on the road. It's also spacious enough to fit your family and friends plus the gear they bring with them, high-tech enough to keep you entertained and connected wherever you go, and immensely stylish and comfortable throughout. To demonstrate just how versatile and fitting the new Crosstrek can be for your lifestyle, we're going to compare it against the new Honda HR-V, Mini Countryman, and Hyundai Tucson, allowing you to easily see how unique the new Crosstrek really is.

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Subaru Crosstrek vs. Honda HR-V

  • The new Crosstrek offers more horsepower and torque in its standard engine than the HR-V does, sporting a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 148-horsepower and 145 pounds-foot of torque while the Honda HR-V offers a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 141-horsepower and 127 pounds-foot of torque.
  • The Crosstrek comes equipped with standard all-wheel drive. The Honda HR-V does not come with standard all-wheel drive and to have it equipped will cost you extra.
  • The Crosstrek offers more front head and legroom than the Honda HR-V, making it more fitting for taller drivers and passengers as well as simply stretching out and enjoying the ride.
  • The Crosstrek is able to make a full circle in 34.8 feet while the HR-V takes 37.4 feet.

Subaru Crosstrek vs. Mini Countryman

  • For starters, the Crosstrek has a starting MSRP price far less than the Countryman. The Crosstrek starts at $21,695 while the Countryman starts at $26,100. Even the highest trim level Crosstrek is less expensive than the base model Countryman.
  • The Crosstrek offers standard all-wheel drive and the Countryman does not. To have it equipped will cost you extra, and with the starting price tag of the Countryman, is it really worth it?
  • The Crosstrek offers more standard horsepower than the Mini Countryman with 148-horsepower in the Crosstrek and 134-horsepower in the Countryman.
  • The Crosstrek offers more cargo space than the Countryman does, with a maximum cargo capacity of 51.9 cubic feet compared to 49.1 cubic feet in the Countryman.

Subaru Crosstrek vs. Hyundai Tucson

  • The Crosstrek has a lower starting MSRP price than the Tucson does, starting at $21,695 compared the the $22,700 starting price tag of the Tucson.
  • Every Crosstrek model comes equipped with standard all-wheel drive while the Tucson will have you paying extra to have it equipped.
  • The Crosstrek offers more front head and legroom than the Tucson does, allowing you to enjoy your ride more comfortably.
These are just a few of the ways that the new Subaru Crosstrek stands out against the competition. If you're interested in learning more about the new Crosstrek and how it can accommodate your lifestyle, we want to invite you to come take a model out for a test drive here at Bowser Subaru, conveniently located in Pleasant Hills, PA and proudly serving drivers in Pittsburgh, Clairton, West Mifflin, and Elizabeth, PA.
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