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Last Updated: January 18, 2019

Booming Sales: Demand for the Subaru Crosstrek surged in 2018, and sales were 31.1 percent higher compared to 2017. The Crosstrek is currently outselling its nearest competitor in the subcompact SUV segment, the Jeep Renegade, by more than 48 percent. Across its whole lineup, Subaru sold 5 percent more vehicles in 2018 than they did in 2017.

Competitive Prices: A base Crosstrek with an automatic transmission starts at $22,895, which is slightly above average for the segment. Conversely, a top-tier Crosstrek costs ($27,195), just under the class average for range-topping models. Unlike the rest of its competitors, the Crosstrek comes standard with all-wheel drive.

Time to Buy: Since the Crosstrek is a very popular option in its class, finding a great deal right now will be challenging. Opt for the Mazda CX-3, and you’ll save more than $2,000 when comparing base models. You will likely be able to negotiate the price down as well, since demand for the CX-3 is low. Check out our Subaru and Mazda deals pages for all current financing and lease offers.

2019 Subaru Crosstrek Prices

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