Compare the Subaru Crosstrek in Lewiston, ID

See How Subaru Crosstrek Sweeps the Competition Right Here at Rogers Subaru in Lewiston, ID!

What began as the XV concept in 2011, taking on the full counterpart of its designation in 2012, is today the compact SUV its enthusiasts have come to know and love. The new Subaru Crosstrek is ruggedly capable off the grid, expertly tech-equipped, exceedingly comfortable, safe to a tee, and it has all the versatility of a hatchback. But most of all, it's a blast to drive, no matter your adventure's destination, and moreover, it's the crossover more Lewiston, ID area orienteers prefer. But we wouldn't take the word alone of the experts here at Rogers Subaru for it. Check out just how well the new Crosstrek does against its Ford, Honda, and Mazda competition here on the Web, and you'll see what we mean. Then, be sure to swing by our 1720 21st Street showroom, where we'll show you its prowess firsthand with a test drive we're sure will impress you!

Rogers Subaru

1720 21st Street
Directions Lewiston, ID 83501

  • Call or Text Sales: (844) 566-4694
  • Service: (844) 286-0114
  • Parts: (208) 743-2700

Subaru Crosstrek vs Ford Escape

  • Crosstrek gets better EPA-estimated city fuel economy than the new Escape, 23 mpg to 21. Go with an optional Lineartronic® CVT transmission, and you can look forward to an excellent EPA-estimated 27 mpg in a city like Pullman, WA and 33 mpg up the US-95 highway to Moscow, ID. Even at more fuel-efficient trim levels, in FWD, and with both a 1.5-liter EcoBoost I4 engine and a six-speed SelectShift auto transmission, Escape still only 23 city mpg and 30 highway mpg, making Crosstrek the better distance traveler.
  • A larger 16.6-gallon fuel tank compared to Escape's 15.7 also means Crosstrek doesn't need to make as many stops around Clarkston or Asotin, WA to gas up and resume course.
  • A fully synchronized six-speed manual transmission comes standard, designed to deliver manual gear shifts than the everyday kind. No manual transmission's offered in Escape, making Crosstrek the more engaging and ultimately more exciting drive.
  • Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive comes standard across the Crosstrek lineup, meaning confidence when it comes to tacking across terrain and through inclement weather. In Escape, AWD is optional.
  • Crosstrek is even more maneuverable than Escape, with a sharper turning circle of 35.4 feet to the latter's 38.8.
  • Count on better passenger volume, spreading out at up to 100.9 cubic feet, compared to Escape at 98.1.
  • A new Subaru Crosstrek is even the more affordable choice, with a comparably equipped bottom line around $22,870. Ford asks that you shell out at least $24,935 for a new Escape.

Subaru Crosstrek vs Honda CR-V

  • Expect better city highway and fuel economy, 27 mpg and 33 mpg by EPA estimates, right from the get-go, with an optional Lineartronic CVT. You'll have to have to upgrade to a two-wheel-drive CR-V EX with a CVT to surpass it, making Crosstrek readier for the long haul sooner.
  • Crosstrek incorporates a larger fuel tank than CR-V, 16.6 gallons to the latter's 14.0, meaning fewer trips to the pump and more time spent cruising.
  • With a fully synchronized six-speed manual transmission, Crosstrek is more thrillingly hands-on, with smoother gear changes than your average manual. This kind of gearbox is not offered in CR-V.
  • Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and a limited slip differential come standard, keeping Crosstrek capable over rough, weather-beaten terrain with optimal traction. In CR-V, it's only available.
  • Crosstrek is better at managing turns in tight spaces, with a more precise turning circle of 35.4 feet compared to CR-V at 37.4.
  • Choose to purchase or lease a new Crosstrek in Lewiston, and you'll find it's the more cost-effective bet, approximately $22,870 as opposed to CR-V at around $25,245.



Subaru Crosstrek vs Mazda CX-5

  • Choose a Subaru Crosstrek with an available Lineartronic CVT, and you can look forward to exceptional fuel economy, 27 mpg in the city and 33 mpg down the highway by EPA estimates. Mazda CX-5 gets only 25 mpg and 31 mpg respectively in FWD with a six-speed auto transmission.
  • A larger 16.6-gallon fuel tank means Crosstrek can go further for longer. CX-5's tank weighs in at only 14.8 gallons.
  • CX-5 doesn't offer a transmission like a fully synchronized six-speed manual, which delivers gear changes far smoother than a normal manual. Crosstrek, however, builds one in standard.
  • Subaru Symmetrical AWD is standard no matter which Crosstrek you choose, and it features a limited slip differential for optimizing traction. The result is oversteer and understeer compensation across varying landscapes that you won't find elsewhere. CX-5 offers AWD only as an option.
  • 35.4 feet to CX-5's 36.0, the turning circle of which Crosstrek is capable is a lot sharper, meaning the SUV's a lot more maneuverable than CX-5 where space is at a premium..
  • Whether you take out a car loan on a new Crosstrek or sign a Subaru lease, you'll find your investment is less expensive than a new CX-5, around $22,870 compared to the latter's approximate $25,145.

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