Compare Subaru Crosstrek SUV with Similar Models in Valdosta

Compare the Subaru Crosstrek to the Competition

One of the key parts of shopping for a vehicle is research. Not only does it help you narrow down your choices, but it also infuses confidence and peace of mind when you make your final decision. Allow your Valdosta dealership to help you find confidence in buying or leasing a new Subaru Crosstrek by comparing it to some of its fiercest competitors: the Toyota CH-R, the Honda HR-V, and the Hyundai Kona. Then, stop by your Nashville, GA area dealership, O'Steen Subaru of Valdosta, to start shopping our Crosstrek selection.

The Subaru Crosstrek vs. The Toyota CH-R

Those Adel, GA drivers who value a bit of off-road chops will much prefer the Subaru Crosstrek compared to the Toyota subcompact. Both models sit at that pint-sized crossover stance and offer similar styling with large wheels and a sloped roofline, but the Toyota model takes futuristic to a new level with hidden rear-door handles and a bulky front end, which may not be to everyone's tastes. These aggressive design elements sacrifice necessary practicalities like roof rails, which the Subaru offers. To sum it up, consider:

  • The Subaru Crosstrek comes with standard all-wheel drive, while the Toyota CH-R doesn't even have all-wheel drive on the menu of options.
  • Get a large 8.7-inches of ground clearance with the Subaru, compared to a mere 5.9-inches in the Toyota.
  • The Crosstrek offers 100.9-cubic-feet of passenger volume and 55.3-cubic-feet of cargo space, leaps and bounds over the CH-R model's 86.0-cubic-feet of passenger space and 36.4-cubic-feet of cargo space.

The Subaru Crosstrek vs. The Honda HR-V

If you're shopping for power mixed with standard technology and safety inclusions, the Honda HR-V will disappoint. This model doesn't come standard with smartphone integration or driver's assistance features, a major no-no for many Ellentown drivers who don't want to upgrade. The Subaru Crosstrek, once again, wins over with standard all-wheel drive and larger ground clearance giving families more options and confidence when it comes to staying safe and going on new adventures. Explore more differences:

  • The Subaru Crosstrek churns out 152-horsepower and 145-pound-feet of torque while the Honda HR-V only produces 141-horsepower and 127-pound-feet of torque.
  • The Subaru crossover offers drivers the choice for a plug-in hybrid engine configuration, not something found in the Honda lineup.
  • Get the verve of new driver's assistance technologies from the standard level with the new Subaru Crosstrek.

The Subaru Crosstrek vs. The Hyundai Kona

When it comes to all-road ability and interior flexibility, Hahira drivers will much appreciate the flexibility and advancements of the new Subaru Crosstrek. Of course, it's no surprise by this point that the Crosstrek is one of the only subcompact crossovers that offers standard all-wheel drive, something that the Hyundai Kona also does not feature. You'll also find that the Kona is suitable for city driving and daily commutes, offering a pricey EV model if you wish, but the Crosstrek stands as a well-rounded, safety-equipped model that puts its passengers first. Learn more about differences here:

  • The Subaru Crosstrek is equipped with a standard 2.0-liter engine capable of 152-horsepower and 145-pound-feet of torque, more than the Hyundai Kona model's lackluster 147-horsepower and 132-pound-feet of torque.
  • The Crosstrek is also available with a six-speed manual transmission for those that want something with a little bit more on and off-road customization, something the Kona doesn't offer.
  • Once again, find more cargo space and more flexible seating inside the new Subaru Crosstrek. Its cargo space weighs in at 55.3-cubic-feet, almost 10-cubic-feet more than the Kona SUV's 45.8-cubic-feet.

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