The Subaru Crosstrek is a fun vehicle to drive and has many features that make it stand out in its class. However, like all cars, the Crosstrek also has some problems that can affect your enjoyment of the car. In this blog post we will be discussing these different problems and how they affect you when driving the Crosstrek.
Subaru Crosstrek Problems
The brakes in the Crosstrek are a problem for many drivers. They may need more frequent service or replacements than what is expected from other vehicles, which can cause inconvenience and lead to safety concerns when driving on long trips due to brake fade that occurs with extended use of your foot pressure pedal during braking situations where you are going down a mountain.
Heating and A/C
The heating system in the Crosstrek is not very strong, which can be an issue for people who live up north where it gets really cold during winter months because you may have to use your heat more often than other households without this problem would need if they were driving another car. The Crosstrek’s A/C system is not very strong, which makes the vehicle uncomfortable to ride in on warm days and could cause potential health problems for people who are sensitive or have allergies because they will be breathing more of it than what would normally happen with another car that has a stronger air conditioning (AAC) unit..
The Crosstrek’s MPG is not that great, especially considering it has a smaller engine than most other cars in the same class. A 2012 Subaru Impreza will have up to 28/35 mpg with its four cylinder and five speed manual transmission model without any upgrades while as soon you get into t he Forester, the Impreza’s four cylinder and five speed manual transmission model will have up to 25/31 mpg.
The Crosstrek is less expensive than a 2013 Forester but it also doesn’t come with features like Bluetooth or an AUX plug in which might make some people reconsider how much they want that $500 price cut.
The Crosstrek is an all wheel drive which means that it will use more gas, and the fuel economy on a 2014 Forester might be better than what you get with your Subaru crosstreck .
Should We Go For Subaru Crosstrek?
-The Crosstrek is less expensive than a 2013 Forester but it also doesn’t come with features like Bluetooth or an AUX plug in which might make some people reconsider how much they want that $500 price cut. This means you have to be aware of what your needs are and if not having the latest technology will bother them.