Subaru's first gen Crosstrek wasn't perfect, but we loved it, and a lot of you did too.
But the second generation model is even better, and here are five things you should know.
Subaru's symmetrical all-wheel drive gained standard active torque vectoring.
A brake-based system that uses light pressure on the inside wheel when turning.
It's not true torque vectoring, but the Crosstrek feels more dynamic than before.
There's a good deal of room inside for cargo, people, or pets.
And Crosstrek makes that space more accessible, and a larger tailgate opening, and doors that swing wide for easy loading.
One of the most impressive details about the cross track is it's 8.7 inches of ground clearance which it aids the SUV's sharp approach departure and break over angles on rough dirt roads.
Subaru's eyesight safety suite returns with the 2018 model year, bringing [UNKNOWN] braking, adaptor cruise control, line keeping steering assist, and more.
All powered by just two cameras in the windshield.
Perhaps the most improved part of the cross trek experience is the new generation StarLink tech in the dashboard.
Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Pandora integrations are all standard.
Alongside Subaru Starling apps, and an optional navigation system powered by Tom Tom.
So the loveable [UNKNOWN] get to helping of style and tech but yeah you guessed it, there is so much more to know.
So be sure to check out our full review over on the roadshow.com for even more deep picked end video.