Subaru has announced the official MSRP for the 2021 Crosstrek Hybrid, and it has gone up compared to the 2020 model. The good news is the price increase is only $200 compared to the previous model year. The official MSRP is now $35,345 without the destination charge.
For 2021, the hybrid gets a redesigned front fascia and retuned suspension. The vehicle can drive for up to 17 miles in EV mode using the StarDrive plug-in hybrid powertrain. The vehicle is rated for 35 MPG / 90 MPGe and has a 480 mile total driving range. Crosstrek Hybrid is offered in a single trim with a single option package and will arrive at Subaru dealers this winter.
The hybrid powertrain uses a 2.0-liter Subaru Boxer engine, all-wheel drive, and a Lineratronic CVT. The single option package adds $2500 to the price and includes a power moonroof, heated steering wheel, navigation, and eight-speaker sound system. The destination charge is $1050 in all states but Alaska, where it’s $1200.