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Subaru XV 2016 (2.0i-S model shown)
EXPERT RATING
7
Andrew Chesterton road tests and reviews the new Subaru XV 2.0i with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.

Andrew Chesterton road tests and reviews the new Subaru XV 2.0i with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.

The entry point into the Subaru XV range might not be the cheapest way to enter the small SUV segment, but its all-wheel drive system, unique look, and standard specification go some way to justifying the extra spend. 

Available with a six-speed manual ($26,740) or CVT automatic ($29,240), the entry-level XV never feels like a cut-price offering, arriving with 17-inch alloys, climate-controlled air-conditioning and a 6.2-inch touchscreen that helps you navigate your stereo, Bluetooth and other entertainment functions. You'll also find a four-speaker stereo, but you'll miss navigation and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto. 

Like the rest of the XV range, the 2.0i has been awarded the maximum five star ANCAP safety rating thanks to its seven airbags, reversing camera and Subaru’s Vehicle Dynamic Control System with includes ESC, ABS and traction control.

Pricing Guides

$24,880
Based on 130 cars listed for sale in the last 6 months
Lowest Price
$17,894
Highest Price
$29,490

Range and Specs

VehicleSpecsPrice*
2.0i 2.0L, ULP, CVT AUTO $20,972 – 25,990 2016 Subaru XV 2016 2.0i Pricing and Specs
2.0i SPECIAL ED (PURE RED) 2.0L, ULP, CVT AUTO $22,985 – 27,990 2016 Subaru XV 2016 2.0i SPECIAL ED (PURE RED) Pricing and Specs
2.0i-L 2.0L, ULP, CVT AUTO $20,990 – 29,490 2016 Subaru XV 2016 2.0i-L Pricing and Specs
2.0i-S 2.0L, ULP, CVT AUTO $22,500 – 28,999 2016 Subaru XV 2016 2.0i-S Pricing and Specs
EXPERT RATING
7
Andrew Chesterton
Contributing journalist

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Pricing Guide

$21,990

Lowest price, based on 13 car listings in the last 6 months

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