Subaru’s compact crossover XV now comes with a new powertrain, the e-BOXER, which combines an electric motor with two of Subaru’s core technologies: the horizontally-opposed Boxer engine and Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. Built on the Subaru Global Platform, a re-design of the body and chassis, XV offers what Subaru describes as an “advanced safety performance and a dynamic driving experience”.
In a busy November for Euro NCAP’s car safety experts, the month’s second set of crash testing results have been released, with all eight vehicles covered achieving 5 star ratings
When it arrives later this year, the 2017 Subaru XV crossover will be built on Subaru’s new Global Platform, promising better safety, refinement, comfort and handling. A diesel version isn’t a definite, however, with a single 2.0-litre Boxer petrol confirmed at…
Subaru has announced that the all-new Subaru XV will make its global debut at the 87th Geneva International Motor Show to be held in Switzerland between 7th and 19th March 2017
Subaru has unveiled the XV Concept at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show, previewing the design direction for the next generation of the company’s vehicles, including an all-new XV compact crossover.
Subaru has freshened up the XV SUV. Among the changes – efficiency measures that boost economy on the diesel model by four per cent.
Subaru UK has announced that the XV and Forester models are now available on the nationwide Motability scheme, accessible to individuals receiving the Higher Rate Mobility Component of the Disability Living Allowance.
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The Subaru XV compact crossover is to be subjected to its toughest challenge yet, a 21,700-mile (35,000km) on- and off-road journey from London to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia – and back again.