2019 Subaru Crosstrek Gets Minuscule Price Bump
Subaru has confirmed the pricing on the 2019 Crosstrek line, and it’s just barely more expensive than the outgoing version. The base model increased in price by $100 for 2019, and startsat $22,870 including the destination charge and a 6-speed manual. This is one of the few crossovers/ SUVs that you can buy with a manual transmission in the US. If you’d prefer a CVT, the 2.0i base model with that gearless automatic is $23,870.
Step up a rung to the 2.0i Premium and the manual is $23,870 with the CVT commanding $24,870. The top-of-the-line 2.0i Limited is $28,170. Subaru is also offering its EyeSight driver assistance system on all Crosstrek models and it adds $845 to the price.
Higher end models can get fancier EyeSight systems with blind spot detection and cross traffic alert for $1,395. Add a moonroof to the mix and you will cough up another $2,395 with Eyesight or $1,000 alone. Adding nav and Harman Kardon audio on the Limited is a $2,350 option. All 2019 Crosstrek models will land at Subaru dealers later this summer.