We loved Subaru’s first-generation Crosstrek and a lot of you did too. However, it wasn’t perfect; the dashboard tech in particular left much to be desired. And in the years since its debut, the tall-wagon-slash-small-SUV segment that Subaru pioneered has become crowded with fresh and hungry competitors. Volkswagen’s Golf Alltrack, for example, was a German shot directly over Subaru’s bow, borrowing heavily from the Crosstrek’s formula.
But Subie fans needn’t fear, because the Crosstrek is back and this second-generation model promises to be even better than before. I hit the road in a loaded up 2018 Crosstrek 2.0i Limited to find out just how much better.
New StarLink tech
The area where the Crosstrek sees the most massive improvement is in the dashboard.
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