Friday, July 10, 2015

Strong Points of the 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek

Of today’s auto manufacturers, Subaru stands tall as one of the most beloved brands. This goes beyond loyal fans, as even industry experts have professed their love of the brand’s cars. They present an air of practicality coupled with simple yet beautiful designs. 

Among the brand’s SUVs is the XV Crosstrek. Here, you’ll see some of the strongest points of the 2013 model:

Functional Versatility. The Crosstrek is a crossover. Give it one look and it’s easy to see its brawn. It offers a good deal of off-road capability – a great fit for outdoor adventurers. The cargo space lets it carry gear for camping, beach getaways and the like. Even so, it’s still ideal as a family car. The vehicle handles similarly to a sport wagon or hatchback when on the road.

All-Wheel-Drive. This contributes to the overall capability of the Crosstrek to tackle off-road terrain. The all-wheel-drive provides great stability and trail ability.

Compact Design. The Crosstrek is a comfortable ride – highly maneuverable and presents good seating space for multiple adults. Getting in and out of the vehicle for the average adult is easy because of the raised stance.

Fuel Economy. The 2013 Crosstrek carries a rating of 25/33 mpg (city/highway) for the automatic variant while the manual has 23/30. At the time of its release, it had the best fuel efficiency for a crossover vehicle.

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