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Any word on what changes will be coming with the 2015 Crosstrek???
@tinycadon, I've been following the Crosstrek a little since my sister is interested in getting one. I haven't seen any news about the 2015, and since it's supposed to be a carryover model, I wouldn't expect anything other than minor changes.
Back to my sister, she currently is running an '05 Forester into the ground. She has been wanting a MINI for years now but is a bit leery of the maintenance and she's not too close to a dealer. We saw a Crosstrek last year tooling around Virginia and she liked the looks (even before she realized it was a Subaru).
She just got new tires so it'll be another six months before she buys (or so she claims, lol).
Report on 2013 Crosstrek with manual transmission: We have 13k on our XV, pros: getting 28 to 32mpg, four wheel drive is great. Cons: Fabric seat covers wear prematurely, we must purchase aftermarket seat covers for it. One rear yokohama tire is bald after only 13k miles, . Ask for a tire warranty if you buy a new Crosstrek. Quality is not as good as Nissan or Honda.
Oh, and engine is very underpowered!
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