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Subaru XV 2016 review: snapshot

Subaru XV 2016 (2.0i-S model shown)
EXPERT RATING
6
Andrew Chesterton road tests and reviews the new Subaru XV 2.0i-L with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.

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

The 2.0i-L is the mid-point in the three-model XV family, sitting above the 2.0i and below the 2.0i-S. Like the other models, its available with a six-speed manual gearbox ($30,240) or a CVT automatic ($32,740).

While you get the same 17-inch alloy wheels (and the same AWD system) as the entry-level car, springing for the 2.0iL will nab you a bigger 7.0-inch touchscreen and a better six-speaker stereo. Dual-zone climate control also makes an appearance, as do halogen DRLs and an electric sunroof. Inside, expect a digital display to appear in the driver's binnacle, along with cruise control and the ability to access Pandora through the stereo.

The 2.0i-L gets seven airbags, along with Subaru's 'Dynamic Control' package that includes ESC, ABS and traction control. You'll also find a reversing camera and Hill Hold Assist, but there is no AEB system available.

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
6
Andrew Chesterton
Contributing journalist

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Pricing Guide

$22,990

Lowest price, based on 8 car listings in the last 6 months

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