Subaru Dealers: 2017 Subaru Crosstek Reviews


The 2017 Subaru Crosstek offers a rugged outdoor version of Subaru Impreza, a standard all-wheel drive, four-cylinder fuel-efficient engine, high ground clearance, beefed-up suspension, trail-ready styling and roomy cargo and interior area. The four trim levels include 2.0i (covering all basics), 2.0i Premium (with added nice touches like upgraded stereo and heated seats), 2.0i Platinum Special Edition (with cosmetic upgrades and cool features), and 2.0i Limited (high-end infotainment system and leather upholstery).


The 2.0i highlights include manual transmission five-speed, alloy wheels of 17-inch, roof rails, fog lights, driver seat which is height-adjustable, air-conditioning, a rearview camera, Bluetooth connectivity, integrated smartphone app (iHeartRadio, Pandora, and other services), four-speaker auto audio system and hill hold assist. When it comes to 2.0i Premium, in addition to the basics, it has heated front seats, heated side mirrors, a steering wheel which is leather wrapped, an adjustable center armrest, a removable cargo tray, a cargo cover, and a six-speaker audio auto system. The other options for 2017 Subaru Crosstek 2.0i premium include sunroof, the EyeSight Driver Assist System, CVT (continuously variable transmission), lane departure warning and front collision mitigation, a blind-spot monitoring system (rear cross-traffic alert), and upgraded infotainment system with satellite radio, voice control, dual USB ports, and 7-inches touch screen infotainment system. The EyeSight Driver Assist System is a bundle of front collision mitigation, lane departure warning system, and adaptive cruise control. There are some cheap car rental discussion related to this, so visit


With the 2.0i Platinum Special Edition, you can get special interior and exterior styling details, keyless ignition entry, sunroof and blind-spot monitoring with the presence of rear cross-traffic alert. Finally, automatic headlights, automatic climate control system, sound-insulated windshield, upgraded instruments and gauges, leather upholstery,  7-inches touch screen infotainment system, and blind-spot monitoring system with rear cross-traffic alert. Other notable features, depending on the trim include a navigation system, auto-dimming rearview mirror and upgraded sound system speakers. Experience Subaru, 2017 Subaru Crosstek, a great buddy for your outdoor adventures. The 2017 Subaru Crosstrek is a sure-footed machine with a well-coordinated steering wheel, handling, and brakes. It is quite capable of running through snow and on dirt roads. The Crosstek brakes are smooth with a pedal firmness in moderate amount, and they are never oversensitive or touchy.


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Subaru was an aircraft manufacturer in the early 1900s and worked its way into the automobile industry by the 1950s under the Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd banner. Subaru was named after the Pleiades star cluster; in fact Subaru is the Japanese translation of that word and their logo, the six stars, are directly taken from the cluster itself. After the Subaru “boxer engine” was first brought out in the 1960s the interest in the Subaru as a racing platform began to gain stream. Subaru performance parts began to show up in many automotive specialty stores.


As Subaru began to become more mainstream, the demand for Subaru performance parts began to increase, particularly with the GT, SVX and Impreza models introduced in the late 80s and early 90s. It was also during this time that Subaru was pushing their 4WD (Four wheel drive) and eventually AWD (All Wheel Drive) solutions. Subaru has especially been involved with Rally Racing in the motorsports world. The Subaru Rally Team Japan first raced in the World Rally championship in 1980. The most popular Subaru vehicle for racing modification is the WRX (STi and Impreza). Previously the Subaru Legacy also made heavy use of Subaru performance racing parts. Learn about 2017 Subaru Outback Meridian MS here!


WRX Performance Racing Parts

By far the most popular Subaru performance parts are WRX performance racing products, which includes WRX STi performance racing parts and accessories. Though a model of Impreza (hence searching for Impreza performance racing parts is sometimes beneficial), this vehicle is usually simply called WRX. The WRX is a flagship of the Subaru brand and takes of the technologies they have made, developed and refined over the years combined them into one vehicle. The WRX is a turbo-charged, all wheel drive, four-door passenger vehicle that is often modified and tuned for racing. This version of the Impreza has been on the market since 1992. WRX performance racing parts will be available at all the best shops that carry performance automotive products.



WRX STI Performance Racing Parts

The WRX STI (formerly WRX STi) is a variant of the Subaru Impreza WRX, known as the highest standard-edition trim. The STI now stands as the high-performance consumer version of the WRX and keeps the turbocharged boxer engine and all-wheel drive features. The Subaru World Rally Team currently uses a specially tuned version using WRX STI performance racing products, including racing parts, special tuning and tweaked engines.


Subaru Performance Parts

Most performance auto shops will have parts for multiple models of Subaru vehicles. This means you can find WRX performance parts, Impreza performance parts for older models and all kinds of parts and accessories for Subaru Legacy, Forester and Outback models. Parts will include Impreza racing parts, WRX turbochargers, WRX STI intercoolers and general Subaru turbo kits. When tuning your vehicle for rally racing, there are much different guidelines for your vehicle than what is considered street-legal.