Subaru XV is basically an Impreza with plastic body cladding, aluminum wheels and an increased ride height with a 220mm clearance. The interior is unchanged and carries over from the Impreza, even though Subaru says it’s “luxurious” and “perfectly balances the different tactile and emotional qualities of leather, metal, and cloth.”
All models are equipped with a dash-mounted Multi-Function Display.
While no exact specs were released, Subaru will be offering the XV with three boxer engines, including a 1.6- and 2.0-liter petrol units and a 2.0-liter diesel. They all feature start/stop technology and are mated to a new Lineartronic continuously variable transmission.
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