Should You Buy or Lease Your Next New Subaru?

That makes six years in a row that the compact SUV from Subaru has taken home top honors from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The accolade even includes a superior front crash prevention rating. So what's going on under the hood to help keep your new Crosstrek drive-time secure?

The IIHS credits available EyeSight Driver Assist Technology and LED steering-responsive headlights to the Subaru compact's prowess, to be sure. The all-new Crosstrek can intelligently distance itself from other motorists, stave off potential accidents by way of a pre-collision brake system, resist sway, keep you informed when you drift lanes, and even use feedback to help you get back on track. That's not to mention the ability of 2018 Crosstrek to cut through low-visibility conditions and peer around corners during turns with crystal clarity.

But these aren't all you have to which to look forward for your outing, whether you're headed off the Lakeland grid or just down the 98 on a pleasure cruise. Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive comes standard, making Crosstrek a firm plant across uneven and diverse terrain. Plus, Blind-Spot Detection, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, and Reverse Automatic Braking are optional, making it a Florida breeze both to keep an eye on your surrounding driving situation and to avoid backing over obstacles. You can even avail yourself in select trims of SUBARU STARLINK Safety and Security tech. That means auto notification in the event of collision, access to roadside and emergency help, assistance recovering your Crosstrek if it's stolen, and more.

Check one out for yourself here at Cannon Subaru, and we're sure you'll see what the experts and we mean when we say the new Crosstrek reaches the height of drive-time peace of mind. Your test drive excursion's just a short drive away, right here at 5212 S. Florida Ave. in scenic Lakeland, FL.

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