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2016 Quick Reference Guide

CROSSTREK

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Complete U.S. specifications and illustrations may not have been available at time of publication. Specifications are based on the latest product information available at time of publication. Some images shown are for illustration purposes only. Some equipment shown may be optional at extra cost. Specific options may be available only in combination with other options. Specific combinations of equipment or features may vary from time to time and by geographic area. Certain accessories and equipment may not be available at the time of publication. This Quick Reference Guide applies to all Crosstrek models. Therefore, some explanations may be for equipment not installed on your vehicle. Subaru of America, Inc., reserves the right to change or discontinue at any time, without notice, prices, colors, materials, equipment, accessories, specifications, models and packages without incurring any obligation to make the same or similar changes on vehicles previously sold. Colors shown may vary due to reproduction process.

For detailed operating and safety information, please consult the Owners Manual. Subaru, Outback, Legacy, Forester, Impreza, WRX, WRX STI, Crosstrek, BOXER, SI-DRIVE, Lineartronic, Alcantara, EyeSight, HD Radio, Aha Radio, and SiriusXM are registered trademarks. SUBARU STARLINK is a trademark of Fuji Heavy Industries, Ltd. All rights reserved. Contents may not be reprinted or electronically reproduced in whole or in part without prior written approval of Subaru of America, Inc. 2015 Subaru of America, Inc.

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2-3 Getting Started 4-5 Instrument Panel 6-9 Gauges 10-11 Personalize 12-19 Controls 20-21 While Operating 22-23 Safety/In Case of Emergency 24-25 Additional Information

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Remote Keyless Entry 1. Lock/Arm Press to lock all doors and the rear

gate and activate the security alarm.

If any of the doors or the rear gate are not fully closed, an electronic chirp will sound and the hazard lights will flash to alert you that the doors or the rear gate are not properly closed.

To activate the vehicle finder function, press three times (within five seconds). If you are within 30 feet of the vehicle, the horn will sound one time and the hazard lights will flash three times.

2. Unlock/Disarm Press once to unlock the drivers door.

Press twice (within five seconds) to unlock all doors.

When the Unlock/Disarm button is pressed, the dome and map lights will illuminate if the dome light switch is in the middle position.

3. Unlocking the Rear Gate Press the button to unlock

the rear gate. An electronic chirp will sound twice and the hazard lights will flash twice.

4. Panic Alarm Press once and the horn will sound

and the hazard lights will flash.

Press any button on the remote to deactivate.

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Keyless Access with Push Button Start System (if equipped)

By simply carrying the access key in your pocket, you can lock and unlock doors, open the rear gate and start your car without ever having to take the key fob out of your pocket.

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Seating Seat Controls 1. Forward/Backward

Pull up on the lever below the front of the drivers seat to move the seat forward or backward.

2. Raise/Lower Seat Cushion To adjust the height of the drivers seat, pull up or push down the seat height adjustment lever, located on the lower left side front of the seat.

3. Recline Seatback To adjust the seatback to the desired position, pull up on the recline lever, located on the lower left rear of the drivers seat or lower right rear of the passengers seat. Do not adjust seats while driving.

Heated Seats (if equipped)

Press the switch in the corresponding direction for the desired seat temperature. To turn off the seat heater, slightly press in the opposite direction of the current position.

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Folding the Rear Seat Lower the headrests. Pull up on the release knob on the seat side that you want to fold down. To return the seatback to its original position, raise the seatback until it locks into place, making sure that it is securely locked.

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Clock Press the + button to advance the time or the button to reverse the time. Vehicles with a navigation system, please refer to the separate Operating Instructions for Navigation System.

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Seatbelt warning

Front passenger seatbelt warning

SRS airbag system

Security indicator light

Door open

Charge warning

Oil pressure warning

Power steering warning

Brake system

Hot coolant temperature / Cold coolant temperature

High beam indicator light

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ABS warning

Low fuel

All-Wheel Drive (Automatic Transmission)

Vehicle Dynamics Control / Vehicle Dynamics Control operation

Immediate Attention Caution

Informational

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Tachometer

Trip meter and odometerTrip meter A/B selection and trip meter reset knob

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Vehicle Dynamics Control OFF

CHECK ENGINE / Malfunction indicator

Tire pressure warning light

Front passenger frontal airbag ON

Front passenger frontal airbag OFF

Engine oil level warning light

Windshield washer fluid warning

Incline Start Assist

Turn signals

Front fog light indicator light (if equipped)

Cruise control indicator light

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Information display selection knob

MPG gauge

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Fuel gauge

Trip meter and odometer

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Seatbelt warning

Front passenger seatbelt warning

SRS airbag system

Security indicator light

Door open

Charge warning

Oil pressure warning

Power steering warning

Brake system

Hot coolant temperature / Cold coolant temperature

High beam indicator light

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ABS warning

Low fuel

All-Wheel Drive (Automatic Transmission)

Vehicle Dynamics Control / Vehicle Dynamics Control operation

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Immediate Attention Caution

Informational

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Speedometer

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Vehicle Dynamics Control OFF

CHECK ENGINE / Malfunction indicator

Tire pressure warning light

Front passenger frontal airbag ON

Front passenger frontal airbag OFF

Engine oil level warning light

Windshield washer fluid warning

Incline Start Assist

Turn signals

Front fog light indicator light (if equipped)

Cruise control indicator light

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Personalize Tilt and Telescopic Steering Column Push the lever down firmly to adjust the height and lengthwise position of the column; firmly push the lever back up to lock the column in place. Do not adjust while driving.

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Power Exterior Mirrors Turn the knob to the L side to adjust the left-hand mirror or to the R side to adjust the right-hand mirror. Move the knob in the direction you want to move the mirror. Then return the knob to the neutral/center position.

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Controls Light Controls

While the light switch is on, rotate the dial downward to dim the instrument panel illumination. Rotate the dial upward to make the illumination brighter. When the dial is fully rotated upward, the instrument panel illumination becomes full bright.

Turns on instrument panel lights, tail lights, parking lights and license plate lights.

Turns on headlights, instrument panel illumination, parking lights, tail lights and license plate lights.

Turns on fog lights (if equipped).

Push up for right turn signal.

Push down for left turn signal.

AUTO (if equipped): The vehicles lights are automatically on or off, depending on the level of outside light.

Push forward to change from low beam to high beam. Pull the lever back to center to return to low beam.

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Windshield Wipers To turn on the wipers, press the wiper control lever down one level for intermittent, two levels for low, or three levels for high speed. Return the lever to the OFF position to stop the wipers. For a single wipe, move the lever up. To spray washer fluid, pull and hold the lever toward you.

To operate the rear wiper, rotate the end of the knob upward to the intermittent, continuous, or wash position. When the rear wiper is off, rotate the knob downward to wash and wipe the rear window.

Daytime Running Lights Daytime running lights are standard on your vehicle. Only a reduced brightness high beam will be automatically turned on when the engine has started, the parking brake is fully released and the light switch is in the OFF or position. The brightness of the illumination of the high beam headlights is reduced by the daytime running light system. You must always switch on your headlights when it is dark outside by turning the light switch to the position.

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Manual Climate Control System (if equipped)

1. Air Flow Control Dial The air flow control dial allows you to choose the direction of air flow. Rotate the dial for the desired air flow position.

Defrost/Defog To clear the windshield and front door windows of fog or frost, rotate the air flow control dial to the defrost position, set the temperature control to the red position, and set the fan speed control to the fastest speed.

2. Rear Window Defogger Button Press the rear window defogger button to turn on the defogger. The defogger will automatically shut off after about 15 minutes. If the window clears before that time, you can press the button again to turn it off.

3. Fan Speed Control Dial Rotate the fan speed control dial to select one of four fan speeds.

4. Recirculated/Outside Air Button Press the air inlet selection button to prevent outside air from being drawn into the passenger compartment. If the button is pushed in, press it again to draw outside air into the compartment. TO PREVENT WINDSHIELD FOGGING, DO NOT REMAIN IN THE RECIRCULATED MODE FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME.

5. Temperature Control Dial Rotate the temperature control dial from blue for cool, to red for warm.

6. Air Conditioning Button Press the A/C button to activate the air conditioning. Press it again to turn off the air conditioning.

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Automatic Climate Control System (if equipped)

1. Air Flow Control Dial In the automatic setting, the system determines the air flow location to achieve the desired temperature, or you can manually choose the direction of air flow. Rotate the dial for the desired air flow position.

Defrost/Defog To clear the windshield and front door windows of fog or frost, rotate the air flow control dial to the defrost position, set the temperature control to the red position, and set the fan speed control to the fastest speed.

2. Rear Window Defogger Button Press the rear window defogger button to turn on the defogger. The defogger will automatically shut off after about 15 minutes. If the window clears before that time, you can press the button again to turn it off.

3. Fan Speed Control Dial In the automatic setting, the system determines the fan speed to achieve the desired temperature, or you can manually rotate the fan speed control dial to select one of seven fan speeds.

4. Recirculated/Outside Air Button In the automatic mode, the system will determine if recirculated air is needed to achieve a desired temperature. In manual mode, press the air inlet selection button to prevent outside air from being drawn into the passenger compartment. If the button is pushed in, press it again to draw outside air into the compartment. TO PREVENT WINDSHIELD FOGGING, DO NOT REMAIN IN THE RECIRCULATED MODE FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME.

5. Temperature Control Dial Rotate the temperature control dial from 65 for cool to 85 for warm.

6. Air Conditioning Button Press the A/C button to activate the air conditioning. Press it again to turn off the air conditioning.

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Controls Power Moonroof (if equipped)

With the moonroof in the fully closed position, press the switch 1 to tilt the moonroof up. Press and hold the switch 2 to lower the moonroof. Press and hold the switch 3 to fully open the moonroof. Press and hold the switch 4 to close the moonroof. To stop the moonroof in a midway position while opening or closing, momentarily press the switch to side 3 or side 4 .

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Auxiliary Input Jack The 3.5mm auxiliary input jack is located in the front of the center console. You can connect a portable music player to the auxiliary jack and hear the music stored on it through the vehicle speakers. Press the SOURCE button located on the audio system to select the auxiliary mode.

USB Port The USB port is located in the front of the center console. You can connect a portable music player to the USB port and hear the music stored on it through the vehicle speakers. Press the SOURCE button located on the audio system repeatedly until the USB mode is selected.

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Controls Steering Wheel Audio Controls

Press the button to return to the previous screen.

Press the button to show the list screen.

Talk switch; please refer to the Bluetooth audio section in your Owners Manual.

With any of the radio modes selected, push the switch left or right to skip through your presets. In CD mode, push the switch up or down to skip forward or back a track.

Push the top (+) of the switch to increase or the bottom () of the switch to decrease volume.

Press to turn audio ON/OFF or to select the cursor entry.

Press the button to select the desired audio mode FM, AM, SAT, CD, AUX, MEDIA.

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Cruise Control

Increase Speed Push up the RES/SET switch to the RES side; hold until your vehicle reaches the desired speed and release. To increase speed using the accelerator pedal, press the pedal until you reach the desired speed. Push down the RES/SET switch to the SET side to set the speed.

Decrease Speed Push down the RES/SET switch to the SET side; hold until your vehicle slows to the desired speed and release. To decrease the speed using the brake pedal, press the pedal to release cruise control temporarily. When the speed decreases to the desired speed, push down the RES/SET switch to the SET side to set the speed.

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Press the accelerator pedal until your vehicle reaches the desired speed. Push the switch to the SET side and release. Ease off the accelerator pedal. Your vehicle will maintain the desired speed.

To resume your speed after canceling, push the switch to the RES side.

To activate the cruise control, press the button. The indicator light on the instrument panel will turn on. To deactivate cruise control, press the button again.

To cancel the cruise control, push the brake pedal or press the CANCEL button. If you have a manual transmission, you can push in the clutch pedal.

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Vehicle Dynamics Control OFF Switch

Pressing the switch to deactivate the Vehicle Dynamics Control system can help in the following situations:

A standing start on a steeply sloping road with a snowy, gravel-covered, or otherwise slippery surface.

When the vehicles wheels are stuck in mud or deep snow.

Fuel Filler Lid Release

The vehicle is equipped with a fuel filler lid release. To open the fuel filler lid, pull the fuel filler lever up and release.

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Paddle Shift Control Switches (if equipped)

Temporary use: Even when the selector is in the D (Drive) position, you can temporarily shift the gear by pulling the + or paddle shift control switch. The transmission will automatically switch back to Normal Mode.

When the selector lever is in Manual Mode, shift to the next higher gear by pulling the + paddle shift control switch on the steering wheel. Pull the paddle shift control switch to shift into the next lower gear.

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Automatic Transmission Shift Mode

The automatic transmission gives you ultimate control with two different driving modes: Normal Mode and Manual Mode.

Normal Mode When the selector lever is in the D (Drive) position, the transmission is in Normal shift mode. The shift position indicator on the instrument panel shows D, and the transmission automatically shifts into a suitable forward gear.

Manual Mode In Manual Mode, you select the desired gear position to obtain necessary acceleration and engine braking. Moving the selector lever left into the manual gate 1 from the D (Drive) position causes the transmission to change into Manual

Mode. To shift, use the paddle shift control switches. The shift position indicator shows the selected gear position.

When Manual Shifting Operation is Possible

Arrow-shaped lights in the center of the instrument panel show whether an upshift is possible and whether a downshift is possible.

Both arrows are on: Upshifting and downshifting are both possible.

Up arrow only is on: Only upshifting is possible.

Down arrow only is on: Only downshifting is possible.

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Safety/In Case of Emergency

Child Restraint System

For maximum safety, first carefully read the LATCH system instructions from the device manufacturer, as well as the installation instructions in your Owners Manual, to properly install the LATCH compatible restraint system. Use the appropriate seatbelts or anchorages provided in your vehicle. Children age 12 and under must properly occupy the rear seat at all times.

Child Safety Locks

The child safety locks are located on the inside edges of the rear doors. In the locked position, the rear doors can only be opened from the outside.

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Location of Spare Tire and Jack

A jack handle is stored under the floor of the cargo area. A jack and a towing hook are stored in the tool bucket in the center of the spare tire. Also, a tool bag that contains a wheel nut wrench and a screwdriver is equipped with the vehicle.

Emergency Towing Your All-Wheel Drive Vehicle

Since Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive distributes engine power to all four wheels, improper towing will severely damage your AWD system. A flatbed truck is the only recommended way to properly transport your AWD vehicle. If towing is necessary, it is best done by your Subaru retailer or a commercial towing service.

Subaru Roadside Assistance

Subaru Roadside Assistance is free and standard on every 2016 Subaru vehicle. Coverage is automatic; there are no forms to complete. Subaru Roadside Assistance is available anytime during the 3-year/36,000-mile Subaru Limited Warranty, whichever comes first.* A Subaru Roadside Assistance decal has been affixed to the drivers door window.

Subaru Roadside Assistance: 1-800-261-2155

Exclusions Specifically excluded from Subaru Roadside Assistance coverage are service requests or claims resulting from: accidents, vandalism, acts of God, violation of any laws, misuse and abuse, or vehicle modifications not recommended by the manufacturer.

*See your retailer for details.

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Additional Information Fuel

Use regular unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 87 AKI or higher. Consult the Owners Manual for more detailed information.

Fuel Capacity

15.9 US gal (60 liters, 13.2 lmp gal)

When the low fuel indicator light is displayed on the instrument panel, approximately 2.6 US gal (10.0 liters, 2.2 Imp gal) of fuel remain.

If you have recently fueled your vehicle, the Check Engine light on the instrument panel may stay on due to a missing or loose fuel filler cap (the cap should be tightened until a click is heard).

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Engine Oil

Use only the following oils:

ILSAC GF-5, which can be identified with the ILSAC certification mark (Starburst mark).

Or API classification SN with the words ENERGY CONSERVING.

- Use 0W-20 synthetic, replacement interval 6,000 miles under normal driving conditions. No requirement at the first 3,000 miles.

Engine Oil Capacity

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Delivery Information

Vehicle Condition

Exterior/Interior is clean and undamaged

Verify that all equipment, accessories and options are present

Retailer Orientation

Parts & Service departments locations & hours

Service Advisor introduction and/or business card

Service appointment & Early Bird drop-off procedures

Manuals & Warranties

Review vehicle manuals & maintenance schedule

Review warranty information (Basic, Powertrain, Tire, Wear Items & Adjustments)

Review Subaru Roadside Assistance 1 (800) 261-2155

Registration & Appointment

MySubaru/SUBARU STARLINK Registration

Enrolled No Thanks

1st Service Appointment

Scheduled No Thanks

V.I.N. _______________________________________________________________________________

Delivery Date _______________________________________________________________________

Owner(s) ___________________________________________________________________________

Phone # ____________________________________________________________________________

Email ______________________________________________________________________________

Note any exceptions: ________________________________________________________________

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Vehicle Delivery Checklist

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Steering Wheel & Instrument Panel

Master and Valet Keys, Keyless Access System operation, Push Button Start* and Remote Start*

Tilt/Telescopic Steering Column Adjustments and Paddle Shift operation*

Front & Rear* Wiper and Washer Controls

Headlights, DRL, Parking Lights, Hazard Lights, Interior Lights, and Fog Lights*

Gauges, Warning Lights, Multi Function Display* settings and Parking Brake operation

Safety, Comfort & Convenience

All Wheel Drive System, Emergency towing of AWD, VDC, X-Mode* and Hill Holder* operation

Rear Vision Camera*

All Weather Package operation - Heated Seats, Exterior Mirrors & Windshield Wiper De-icer

Review operation of climate control system

Power windows, locks, exterior mirrors, seat and Power Moonroof* operation

Hood Release and fluid reservoir locations

Fuel Filler Door, Trunk Release, Rear Gate operation and location of Spare Tire*, Jack & Tools

STARLINK Audio System & Bluetooth

Bluetooth - Pair owners phone(s) & show operation (Download SUBARU STARLINK and MySubaru Apps*)

STARLINK Audio* and Navigation* system controls (Sources, Presets, List & Back buttons)

Driver Assist Technology

Subaru EyeSight System* and SRF*

Blind Spot Detection* and Rear Cross Traffic Alert*

*If Applicable

Owner Signature(s) ________________________________________________________________

Subaru Sales Consultant ___________________________________________________________

Subaru Sales Manager _____________________________________________________________

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Subaru of America, Inc., Subaru Plaza, P.O. Box 6000, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034-6000

MSA5B1607A

Issued December 2015

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