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Most significant changes: Prices increase slightly on all trims without any additional content.
Pricing: The 2022 Crosstrek starts at $23,620. Prices increase from $325-$425, depending on the trim level. Part of that comes from the destination fee, which increases to $1,175, up $125 for 2022.
On sale: Now
Which Should You Buy, 2021 or 2022? Opt for a 2021 model if you can find one to take advantage of the slightly lower price.
Subaru’s smallest SUV was refreshed for 2021 with an updated face, a new engine and an additional trim level called Sport. For 2022, there are no changes to the Crosstrek except for a small price bump. The plug-in-hybrid model, called simply the Crosstrek Hybrid, also returns unchanged and sees a price increase.
Like last year, the 2022 Crosstrek is again available in Base, Premium, Sport and Limited trims. Subaru’s newly available 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, borrowed from the Legacy sedan and the Forester and Outback SUVs, comes on the Crosstrek’s Sport and Limited trim levels.
The other trims, Base and Premium, still have last year’s 2.0-liter four-cylinder. Both of these trims again use a standard six-speed automatic; a continuously variable automatic transmission is available on those models and standard on all other trims. All-wheel drive is again standard on all trims.
The Crosstrek Hybrid also carries over for 2022, and it’s good for an EPA-estimated 17 miles of all-electric range on a full charge. It has a combined rating of 35 mpg thereafter and up to 90 mpg-equivalent.
Full pricing is below, followed by the price change for 2022. All prices include the destination fee, which increased $125:
The Crosstrek Hybrid qualifies for up to $4,502 in federal tax credits, and certain states offer rebates beyond that. The 2022 Subaru Crosstrek and Crosstrek Hybrid are on sale now.
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