2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid Priced From $26,820

2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid Priced From $26,820

Subaru has officially announced pricing for its 2014 XV Crosstrek Hybrid model, with the versatile wagon starting from $26,820 including destination.

Also available is an XV Crosstrek Hybrid Touring model with a starting price of $30,120. The XV Crosstrek Hybrid is Subaru’s first-ever production hybrid vehicle and will arrive dealerships later this year. All XV Crosstrek Hybrid models are powered by a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder Boxer engine mated to an electric motor with 13.4 hp and 48 lb-ft of torque. The engine is good for 148 hp and 145 lb-ft of torque.

SEE ALSO: Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid Order Books Open

The hybrid model uses the same Active Torque Split version of the Japanese automaker’s Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive helping preserve the all-weather performance Subaru owners have come to expect. The XV Crosstrek Hybrid Touring model adds a 6.1-inch touchscreen navigation system, leather-trimmed seating and a power moonroof.

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  • Transpower

    13.4 HP for the electric motor is insufficient….

  • MistyGreen

    For the miserable fuel economy increase and added weight, the only way this was worthwhile for customers is if it was HUNDREDS more expensive, not THOUSANDS.

    This is looking more and more like an experiment by Fuji into hybrid systems, that was never intended to turn a profit.

  • Who the hell considers this a wagon? This is a hatchback.

  • god

    Where is the diesel?

  • reg26

    I agree…Where is the diesel

  • Scott Dailey

    It’s nifty that Subaru is trying to put out a hybrid, but the mileage and horse power gains for that cost over the standard Crosstrek make little sense. Hopefully they get past this mistake soon. I’ll be purchasing a vehicle from the first company who brings a fuel efficient AWD diesel to the US.

  • Fozzy Lover

    Ugh, what wagon? It looks hideous, at best. Mostly, it looks like any other crossover-thingy-wacky-doodle vehicle without enough space to do much with. As for the tricked out engine-motor setup…maintenance/troubleshooting promises to be a nightmare. No thanks, Subaru to the Crosstrek. I’ll keep my easy to work on, reliable and 30 mpg 99 Forester until the wheels fall off!

  • Ric

    Where is the diesel!!!

  • EMS

    I love it! I wish my husband would buy it for us. It is snazzy, girly, sleek and has a moon-roof. Awesome. With the same comfy seats, leather trimmed and a map, so I know where to go. From my perspective, it has everything a girl wants. I know the technology is A1 in the Subaru Outback Wagon. I always feel like a princess when I go for a drive in it, and I think this must be just as good. No bone shaking tremors and tin sounds. Thank you, Subaru for doing this. Never stop inventing and keeping up with the wild pack here.