AWD

The Subaru Crosstrek is currently rated **#7 out of 12** in terms of its Drivetrain in its category, beaten by the 2017 Kia Sportage for Compact SUV Cars.

It's a **good** car overall compared to others in the same category when looking at it strictly for its Drivetrain in spite of its low overall rating because its attributes individually tie against competition.

The Crosstrek costs $3,215.00 less than the RAV4. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Crosstrek costs $2,055.00 less than the Escape. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Crosstrek costs $1,405.00 less than the Equinox. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Crosstrek costs $2,125.00 less than the Rogue. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Crosstrek costs $900.00 less than the Forester. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Crosstrek costs $1,505.00 less than the Sportage. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Crosstrek costs $2,375.00 less than the Terrain. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Crosstrek costs $1,005.00 less than the Tucson. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Crosstrek costs $2,350.00 less than the CX-5. From comparing their attributes, our survey rated it is winning in a head to head match up.

The Crosstrek costs $2,350.00 less than the CR-V. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Crosstrek costs $3,655.00 more than the Patriot. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.