The Refreshed Subaru Crosstrek Sticks with What Works

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_f8a4940From coverage of the Geneva Motor Show:

One of Subaru’s best-selling crossovers, the Crosstrek, got a brand new look at the Geneva Motor show this morning.

The design borrows heavily from the XV Concept that the company showed at last year’s Geneva Motor Show with flowing body lines and front and rear lights that echo the concept’s. The new Crosstrek gets more rugged looking under-cladding and newly designed aluminum wheels as well as two new colors, “Cool Gray Khaki,” and “Sunshine Orange.”

The popular crossover is the first to be built on Subaru’s new architecture known as the Subaru Global Platform. Subaru says the new platform will enhance ride, comfort, agility and safety. The same platform underpins the redesigned Impreza that Subaru began selling in 2016.

Read more of my story over at Autoweek.

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