The 2021 Subaru Crosstrek Sport is the adventurous model with more horsepower, but LP Aventure takes it to the next level of off-road performance with seven upgrades. The new 2021 Crosstrek Outdoor edition gets a lift kit, rear differential skid plate, rock sliders, hood light brackets with LED lights, LP Aventure matte black wheels, BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires, and a performance muffler.
The added accessories improve the look of the refreshed 2021 Crosstrek with wheels and a lift kit, which increases the ground clearance of your vehicle. It gives it a more aggressive stance for more extreme off-road pursuits.
The Crosstrek subcompact has been a model in the Subaru stable since 2012. It's used by active individuals who take it on back-country adventures to go hiking, mountain biking, snowboarding, kayaking, and camping. Subaru says 30 percent of Crosstrek owners take their vehicle off-road.
Subaru infused Crosstrek with some attitude right from the factory with lower bodyside cladding standard on all models, which helps protect against mud, rocks, and other road debris. You won't need to worry about scraping the lower body while traveling through a scrub brush, a river, or a rocky trail with the skid plate covering your oil pan and differential.
For the 2021 model year, Subaru added the dual-function X-Mode for more traction in the dirt, mud, snow, and extreme off-road situations. It now comes standard on the 2021 Crosstrek Sport trim.
How much do the LP Aventure accessories cost?
The 1.5" Lift kit adds $679, rear differential skid plate - $169, rock sliders -$825, hood light brackets with LED lights - $54.95, 4- LP Aventure LP5 15x7 offset 15 matte black wheels - $672, 4 BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires -$832, and a Lachute Performance muffler - $249. Total $3,480.95.
LP Aventure has distributors Canada and in 16 U.S. states where you can get any or all of the accessories for your 2021 Subaru Crosstrek Sport depending on your budget. In addition to the Crosstrek, they also have wheels and lift kits ready to go for the Forester, Outback, and Ascent. You can find a U.S. distributor here.
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