Small Yet Safe 2017

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Subaru Crosstrek
Top Safety Pick
Front Crash Prevention: Superior (6 points)
Subaru is well known for building reliable all-wheel-drive cars and crossovers, and the Impreza-based Crosstrek slots well within the brand’s lineup. As with almost every model in the Subaru lineup, the Crosstrek provides the stability of standard all-wheel drive as well as the availability of the innovative EyeSight suite of driver assistance features. The system is used for the adaptive cruise control as well a lane-departure warning and ultimately autonomous emergency braking. As with other Subarus on this list, the Crosstrek had earned the Top Safety Pick+ rating in the past, but the 2017 model does not get the “+” because the IIHS headlight rating is “Poor.”
Additional Costs: EyeSight is part of a package that costs $1,995 on the Premium and $2,895 on the Limited.

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