Compare Subaru Crosstrek vs Ford Escape, Mazda CX-5, Chevy Trax & Jeep Compass

2017 Crosstrek vs. 2017 Ford Escape

  • The new Crosstrek offers better overall value than Escape. The Crosstrek saves money at the pump with its efficient BOXER engine offering 26 mpg city and 33 mpg highway. Escape doesn't crack 30 mpg, even on the highway. The Crosstrek has better pricing as well at $21,695. Escape starts at $23,750.
  • The Subaru Crosstrek stumps the Ford Escape on capability with its standard symmetrical all-wheel drive. Escape has an optional four-wheel drive system, but you have to pay up for it. Every Crosstrek leaves the factory equipped for adventure.

2017 Crosstrek vs 2017 Mazda CX-5

  • Where CX-5 only comes with an automatic transmission, the Crosstrek caters to enthusiasts with an available manual transmission. Feel the fun of a stick shift's control combined with the planted handling of symmetrical all-wheel drive.
  • The Crosstrek has a very simple advantage over CX-5: it's cheaper. When you match a starting MSRP of $21,695 with the Crosstrek's capability and convenience, you find an incredible value. To get all-wheel drive in a CX-5, pricing starts at just over $25,000.

2017 Crosstrek vs. 2017 Chevy Trax

  • With more power than Chevy Trax, the Crosstrek's BOXER engine will pull you through challenging conditions. Combine 148 horsepower with symmetrical all-wheel drive and an automatic transmission, and you've got serious fun on your hands.
  • While the two reach the same efficiency on the highway, the Crosstrek pulls ahead of Trax in city fuel economy. The efficient BOXER engine reaches up to 33 mpg during highway cruising. With that kind of efficiency, the Crosstrek can put down impressive miles without going to the pump.

2017 Crosstrek vs. 2017 Jeep Compass

  • Commuting? The Crosstrek's BOXER engine offers better city and highway efficiency than Compass, keeping you and your wallet happy. Compass hits 22 mpg city and 30 highway. The Crosstrek wins in both categories with 26 mpg city and 33 mpg highway.
  • Despite Jeep's reputation for off-road capability, Compass's four-wheel-drive system is optional. Subaru makes good on its promise for safety and control in challenging conditions by equipping every new Crosstrek with symmetrical all-wheel drive. Go ahead -- hit the mountain trails with confidence.

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