Could definitely tell I was holding a cheaper pair than say nice Ray Bans or whatever designer you are into.With that being said. Absolutely nothing wrong with them and I might take the plunge for my next pair and try them. Also I consider them bc I comparing to the designer brands, I know you said they are more expensive but just comparing different things.
I recently test drove both, I was leaning towards the Crosstrek so I drove it first. Size wise it about the same as my wife 2008 Forester, but I think the Crosstrek has slightly less cargo capacity. The Crosstrek had enough power for it size and felt pretty good to drive.
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