Want to see how our Subaru Crosstrek here at Bill Bryan Subaru stacks up against the competition? Explore our competitive feature analysis to see how this compact crossover SUV compares to the rest of the segment

Compact crossover SUVs are easily one of the fastest growing segments in the auto industry right now. And with its economical stature, penchant for efficiency, and ample utility, it's easy to see why so many drivers from all over Leesburg, Mt. Dora, Clermont, and Fruitland Park, FL are interested in the new Subaru Crosstrek models we have for sale here at Bill Bryan Subaru. As one of the most attractive models in our new Subaru inventory, we often get questions about how the Subaru Crosstrek compares to its competitors. So, in the interest of answering some of those questions, we've put together a quick rundown of how our Subaru Crosstrek compares to three other brands' compact crossover SUVs : the Honda HR-V, Nissan Juke, and Jeep Renegade. With the many attractive features available with the Subaru Crosstrek and our competitive deals on Subaru financing here at Bill Bryan Subaru, we think you'll easily see how this compact crossover can be your most compelling option.


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Subaru Crosstrek vs. Nissan Kicks

  • Choosing a compact crossover SUV shouldn't mean having to deal with cramped cabin space. The Subaru Crosstrek offers plenty of head and leg room in both front and rear quarters with 100.9 cubic-feet of overall interior space. By comparison, the Nissan Kicks only has 92.7 cubic-feet of interior space, making it unviable for taller drivers and passengers.
  • Safety features have always been a chief concern of drivers here in Leesburg, FL and nearby Clermont, Mt. Dora, and Fruitland Park, FL, and luckily, the Subaru Crosstrek has them in spade. Coming available with Subaru EyeSight™ Driver-Assist technologies, the Subaru Crosstrek features adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and pre-collision braking. Unfortunately, comparable features are not available with the Nissan Kicks
  • Styling is an important factor when considering a new car. The Subaru Crosstrek features brand design signatures and a capable style that helps it stand out without sticking out like a sore thumb. On the other hand, the Nissan Kicks's styling is polarizing at best, and often looks quirky compared to other compact crossover SUVs.

Subaru Crosstrek vs. Jeep Renegade

  • If you're looking to get off the beaten path without tearing up your undercarriage, the right ground clearance is essential. Fortunately, with a high riding stance at 8.7 of ground clearance, the Subaru Crosstrek is ready for any sort of terrain. As for the Jeep Renegade, it's slightly lower to the ground at just 8-inches of clearance.
  • If you like lead an active lifestyle like many drivers here in Leesburg and nearby Clermont, Mt. Dora and Fruitland Park, FL, you know that you need a vehicle with enough space to help you carry all your stuff. Fortunately, with 55.3 cubic-feet of cargo space and integrated roof rails with crossbars, the Subaru Crosstrek has plenty of space for coolers, hiking gear, fishing poles, and even longer items like kayaks on top with an available cargo rack. As for the Jeep Renegade, it only offers up to 50.8 cubic-feet of cargo space and its roof rails actually cost extra, leaving its drivers hard-pressed to find space for all their stuff.
  • Want to reverse and pull out of parking spaces without craning your neck around to see out the back window? The Subaru Crosstrek features a standard rearview camera that will allow you to easily do so. Unfortunately, while you can get a rearview camera on the Jeep Renegade, it will cost extra.


Subaru Crosstrek vs. Honda HR-V

  • Looking to add a bit more pep to your daily drives? If so, the Subaru Crosstrek will prove plenty useful, with its SUBARU BOXER™ engine churning out up to 148 horsepower. Unfortunately for the Honda HR-V, it's engine comes out a bit on the anemic side, only managing 141 horsepower at a markedly higher RPM.
  • The Subaru Crosstrek was recently rated an IIHS Top Safety Pick, making it a smart bet for drivers and families here in Leesburg who value automotive safety. As for the Honda HR-V, it didn't quite make the cut for the same award this year.
  • Want a little help for when you have to travel in rainy and slick road conditions? The Subaru Crosstrek's standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive System provides road-gripping traction in even the worst conditions. The Honda HR-V also offers all-wheel drive, but it costs extra to get it.

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