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2017 Subaru XV 2.0i

The 2.0i is the entry point into the second-generation MY18 XV range and lists for $27,990.

Standard features include a 6.5-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth connectivity, a six-speaker sound system with CD player, cruise control, climate control, engine stop-start system, X-Mode traction system, tinted rear glass, rear spoiler, 17-inch alloy wheels, two 12 volt power jacks, two USB ports, push-button ignition, cloth seats and black carpet trim.

The new generation Australian XV doesn’t come with a manual gear box, instead buyers will have to go with the CVT automatic now on all cars. All XVs also have the same engine – it’s a four-cylinder petrol which is an overhauled version of the previous one which makes 5kW more than the old model for a total of 115kW and the same 196Nm of torque as before.

The new XV scored the maximum five-star ANCAP rating, but buyers should be aware that this base-spec car doesn’t come with AEB offered in Subaru’s Eyesight package which is standard on the grades above it.

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2.0i 2.0L, ULP, CVT AUTO $16,000 – 22,330 2017 Subaru XV 2017 2.0i Pricing and Specs
2.0I Premium 2.0L, ULP, CVT AUTO $19,200 – 26,730 2017 Subaru XV 2017 2.0I Premium Pricing and Specs
2.0I Special ED (pure Red) 2.0L, ULP, CVT AUTO $18,000 – 25,080 2017 Subaru XV 2017 2.0I Special ED (pure Red) Pricing and Specs
2.0i-L 2.0L, ULP, CVT AUTO $18,000 – 25,080 2017 Subaru XV 2017 2.0i-L Pricing and Specs
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