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Subaru (UK) Ltd preview new Crosstrek model for 2024

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Subaru (UK) Ltd is set to expand its SUV offering with the new Subaru Crosstrek. Set to replace the outgoing XV model, the Subaru Crosstrek will enter the market in early 2024, with the first deliveries expected to reach dealers and customers during the first quarter of the new year.

Built on the Subaru Global Platform, the Crosstrek comes as standard with the brand’s renowned permanent symmetrical all-wheel drive system and X-MODE®. This system provides three selectable drive modes, normal, Snow/Dirt and Deep Snow/Mud terrain. X-MODE® also comes with Auto Vehicle Hold and Hill Descent Control for added reassurance in off-road conditions.

The Subaru Crosstrek will be powered by the brand’s trusted 2.0-litre e-BOXER powertrain, mated to a Lineartronic® gearbox. Additional power comes from a lightweight, lithium-ion battery and electric motor, providing enhanced responsiveness, refinement and terrain-gripping torque.

Subaru is renowned for the safety of its vehicles, and the new Subaru Crosstrek will come as standard with the latest Subaru Eyesight® technology. Encompassing systems for both active and passive safety, the Crosstrek will also feature the Subaru Rear Vehicle Detection system, ensuring ultimate peace of mind for drivers and passengers alike.

The new interior will be finished with the latest Subaru 11.6-inch infotainment system, incorporating wireless Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ as standard, along with DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity and voice recognition. Touring specification models will further benefit from an integrated satellite navigation system and USB-A and USB-C ports for rear passengers.

The Subaru Crosstrek will be available in two trim levels, Limited and Touring, and in a range of colours, with prices expected to start at around £34,500 on the road*.

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