Subaru of America announces 2017 Subaru Crosstrek
In a press release dated September 22, 2016 Subaru of America President & COO Thomas Doll announced we can start taking orders for 2017 Crosstreks. There will be another Crosstrek Special Edition this year in the Pure Red (like last year), but for the most part things aren’t going to change. The Crosstrek was introduced in 2013 model year and sales have grown considerably every years. In 2016 at our store, the Crosstrek was one of the “hard to get” models thanks to it’s ever growing popularity.
Subaru announced a meager $100 price increase on the Premium and Limited models over last year’s edition. The Crosstrek Hybrid and Hybrid Touring models have been discontinued. If you’re interested in the 2017 Crosstrek Special Edition, it’ will be $200 more than last year’s model and since you asked “What makes it special?”… Here you go:
- Unique Pure Red exterior paint or Crystal Black Silica exterior paint (Black is NEW for Special Edition)
- Aluminum alloy pedal covers – NEW
- Black rear spoiler extender – NEW 2017 Subaru Crosstrek 2
- Gloss black grille – NEW
- 5-spoke dark gray with machine finish 17-inch alloy wheels – NEW
- Black badging on the rear of the vehicle– NEW
- Power Moonroof
- Keyless Access with Push-Button Start and PIN Code Access
- SUBARU STARLINK™ 6.2” Multimedia Plus Audio System with 6 speakers and SiriusXM® All-Access Radio Blind Spot Detection with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (which includes Lane Change Assist)
- Body color exterior mirrors with integrated turn signals
- Red stitching highlights accent the black cloth upholstery, leather-wrapped steering wheel, automatic transmission shifter handle, automatic transmission shift lever boot, center console box storage lid, and door arm rests, and additional stitching is added to the door trim panels
- Piano Black dash panel trim with red accents
- HVAC controls feature silver finish bezels with red dial rings
- Red illumination for the front footwells and the front console storage tray
- Upgraded instrument panel gauge cluster with color LCD
EdCarPage is very happy that Subaru decided to keep what was working so well as far as the design and style of the Crosstrek. Many of my customers were worried when buying their 2016 that things might change a lot since cars often go in four year cycles. To quote Subaru President and COO Thomas Doll, “For 2017 model year, we have taken the philosophy of keeping the product line largely intact given its overwhelming market acceptance.” We agree.
Whether you want a Crosstrek Special Edition, or you want to custom order you new 2017 Subaru Crosstrek or if you want to see them in person at the Fresno Subaru store, just follow EdsCarPage on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc or click “Ask Ed”. I am here at the Subaru Dealership and you’ll be the first to know when the new Crosstreks arrive in Fresno. Thanks for reading.