The Isle of Man resident will be joined by Alvaro Bautista and Stefan Bradl to evaluate the new circuit, which has already been given a personal seal of approval by the FIM's hi-viz man Franco Uncini.
“This is my first visit to Argentina and I have been overwhelmed with how much interest there is in MotoGP. The passion and enthusiasm for MotoGP here is infectious and it will be great to be back next year for the race," said Crutchlow.
"South America is a key market for Yamaha and Dorna and the interest today proves why it is essential that there is a MotoGP race in this part of the world. Now I am looking forward to trying out the new track on Thursday and Friday.
"It is a huge privilege for me to be one of the first to ride the track on a MotoGP bike and great that the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Team can be involved in helping promote the sport here. From what I have seen the new track looks fantastic.
"I've had chance to see some on-board footage and it looks like it will be a good challenge next season with some very fast sections. I hope the people of Argentina are going to enjoy seeing us racing in their country.”