Subaru XV Pricing and Specs
Subaru's pint-sized XV might technically play in the small SUV sandpit, but it's actually more a high-riding hatch-cum-wagon, with the original based heavily on the brand's Impreza small car. Its rugged and capable looks are matched by Subaru's all-wheel drive system and decent ground clearance, ensuring light off-road duties are covered off in the XV's CV. Launched in 2012, an all-new model riding on a new global platform hit our shores in 2017, powered by a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder 'boxer' engine paired with a continuously variable transmission. Stylish and practical, the XV is traditionally a strong seller for the Japanese brand.
This vehicle is also known as Subaru Impreza, Crosstrek.
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