The 2016 Subaru Crosstrek SUV's additional ground clearance allows it to venture over rock-strewn trails and snow-covered back roads, places no Ford Focus or VW Golf dare set foot. The Crosstrek straddles the line between a compact-crossover SUV like the Nissan Juke and an efficient compact car. While you won't find such options as power seats or a panoramic moonroof (you'll have to look to the Hyundai Tucson for those), the Crosstrek is still a nicely equipped vehicle with a very attractive price. Of course, this being a Subaru, safety is paramount, which is why the Crosstrek can be equipped with Subaru's EyeSight driver-assist technology. While we applaud the effort, the Crosstrek Hybrid doesn't offer any real advantage in power or fuel economy.