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The upcoming 2018 Subaru Crosstrek will come to us bolder and more capable while also feeling more refined and mature than ever. Like its sibling, the 2017 Subaru Impreza, this crossover is built on the new Subaru Global Platform which gives the vehicle a more comfortable ride and quieter cabin than ever before.

Other improvements have been made to various areas including the engine which is still a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, only now it is capable of producing 152 horsepower, which is an increase from its previous iterations. One thing that we find extremely cool is the X-Mode: it’s a button that you can press if you feel like venturing off-road that will enable the Subaru Crosstrek to optimize engine power, transmission logic, all-wheel drive power split, and even give you better traction control and stability.

For new tech, there’s the latest installment of the Subaru infotainment system which has been refined to make it easier to use. Large buttons, minimal and simple menu structure, and fast response times all work together to improve your experience. Even more, base models of the Subaru Crosstrek are compatible with Android Auto® and Apple CarPlay®.

The new 2018 Subaru Crosstrek is looking to be a truly quality vehicle and we think it’s perfect for drivers in the Fort Myers, FL area who need some extra space and cargo room but don’t need all of the off-road prowess of a 2017 Subaru Outback. For all your Subaru vehicle needs, head on down to 2850 Colonial Blvd today.