The 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek: The Perfect Crossover is Here

They tow, pull, store and handle; they’re also big on power and big on space. Yeah SUVs are great for some, but are they the right fit for you?

With the introduction of the new 2013 XV Crosstrek, Subaru is replacing all the “yeah buts” that come with buying a new SUV and replacing them with a crossover that commands nothing but “oh wows”.


Too much power? Too big? Too Sporty? 

For every Goldilocks out there, Subaru is eliminating any doubts in car buying with its new SUV/Sedan crossover that’s just right.

Starting with the exterior, everything people love about SUVs has been packed into this perfect-sized Subaru Crosstrek. The tear drop-like shape proves for some gas-saving aerodynamic driving on the highway, while the ground clearance is raised at 8.7 inches for any off-road endeavors.It’s symmetrical all-wheel drive even lets the Crosstrek navigate through winter roads while other vehicles are hibernating until spring.

The Boxer Engine works in harmony with the symmetrical all-wheel drive to bring optimal balance and performance to the Crosstrek, making sure those long and winding roads are always safe and life’s journey is endless.

To keep your intentions stable Subaru also includes Vehicle Dynamics Control which keeps the vehicle steady after sensing braking and steering inputs. This combined with Anti-Lock Brakes and you have a fearless road warrior ready to tackle any terrain.

From the perfect design to the ultimate gas mileage, the Subaru Crosstrek drives circles around larger SUVs when it comes to fuel efficiency. Getting around 33 MPG highway the Crosstrek isn’t one of the most fuel-efficient crossovers in America, it’s THE most fuel-efficient.

Produced as a ‘Partial Zero Emissions’ vehicle, the Crosstrek exceeds California’s tough emission standards while getting impressive gas mileage. Environmentally friendly, the XV Crosstrek at Mid City Subaru is also being praised as one the most economically-friendly vehicles on the market today with an estimated MSRP between $21,995 – $24,495 depending on model and package options.

And just like its larger SUV counterparts, the Crosstrek comes with big box entertainment and comfortable amenities to please everyone for miles down the road.



Model Features:

The 2013 Crosstrek is available in two models at Mid City Subaru in Chicago: The 2.0i Premium and the 2.0i Limited.

Both come with the same world-famous 2.0-liter Subaru Boxer 4-cylinder engine offering 25 mpg city and 33/highway means zipping around the city less hassle and road-trips are less expensive. Complimenting the exterior style the 17x 7.0 aluminum-alloy wheels are dressed with all-season tires for added safety in the temperamental Midwest climate. 

Luxuries such as heated seats, windshield wiper de-icer and heated side mirrors will ease winter chills this holiday season while the Climate Control Center with air filtration will keep you cool without sweating any air contaminates. A keyless entry system with an anti-theft security system plus engine immobilizer will keep your car safe when you’re not in it, while over nineteen standard safety features will keep you protected when you are.



If you’re interested in getting behind a 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek contact 847-647-1555 and schedule a no-hassle appointment or request more information today



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Rachel Lemieux:

Social Media Director, Berman’s Auto Group Chicago
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Berman’s Auto Group owns four premiere new and used car dealerships in Chicago: Mid City NissanStar NissanMid City Subaru and Berman’s Infiniti of Chicago. 


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