Compare Subaru Crosstrek vs Honda HR-V & Mazda CX-3

Learn More About Top Models Before Making Your Final Decision

At Brown Subaru in Amarillo, TX, we want to make sure you are getting into the best vehicle for your needs. Information is crucial to making the best decision possible, and our team has made sure you can easily find our everything you want to know. We are going to look at one of the most popular models, the Subaru Crosstrek, and see how competitors stack up.

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Subaru Crosstrek compared to Honda HR-V


Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive is one of the most sophisticated AWD systems on the market. It is a balance of power between all of the wheels, competitors like the HR-V put more emphasis on the front wheels. The Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system reacts to the current conditions, distributing power to the specific place that will give you the most traction. This system comes standard on the Crosstrek, the HR-V only has an optional AWD system.


The Subaru Crosstrek also offers more ground clearance than the HR-V, making it more capable of getting over bumps, snow, or any obstacle that might be in the way. The ride that this provides is smoother, and offers less cabin noise than that of the HR-V. We know that the roads around Canyon can see some damage and rough conditions, making the Crosstrek a better option.

As for power, the Crosstrek allows for you to enjoy more horsepower than the HR-V. Both vehicles lack options when it comes to the engine, having a standard engine for every trim. The Crosstrek comes with a 2-Liter DOHC engine that makes 152 horsepower, while the HR-V comes with a 1.8-Liter In-line engine that only makes 138 horsepower. While you might think this means more efficiency, you're only half right. The HR-V beats the Crosstrek by 1 MPG in the city, but the Crosstrek provides more on the highway, and has a larger fuel tank to reduce the number of stops you'll need to make on your journey.

Subaru Crosstrek Compared to the Mazda CX-3


Another top model in the class is the Mazda CX-3. This one brings a 2-Liter In-Line engine that only makes 146 horsepower, which is still not enough to compete with the 152 from the Crosstrek. The CX-3 also only offers All-Wheel Drive as an option, not standard like the Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system that comes on the Crosstrek.

If you are looking to pack gear into your vehicle - which we normally see many of you who are looking at AWD models do - you will appreciate the extra cargo space that is available in the Crosstrek. The maximum cargo volume for the Crosstrek is up to 55.3 cubic feet, compared to the 44.5 of the CX-3. Even if you were to have all of the seats up, the Crosstrek gives 20.3 cubic feet whereas the CX-3 only offers 12.4 cubic feet. When you want to take a family trip from Pampa, the Crosstrek has more room to pack all of the gear you might need.


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Our team looks forward to helping you learn as much as you can before you choose the vehicle that has all of the capabilities that will ease some of the stress from your life. Our dealership proudly serves Borger and the surrounding areas from our Amarillo, TX location, and we look forward to helping you too. We encourage you to visit our dealership soon so that we can get you started, helping to get you on a test drive so you can see even more benefits that the Subaru Crosstrek offers!

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