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This is an old car model that is no longer for sale by the local distributor since Jul 2017.
Click here for the new model Subaru XV that is currently for sale.
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1.6i-S (A)
$101,800 (Jan 2016) spacer
15.9km/L 113 bhp Lineartronic CVT (A)
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1.6i-S (A)
$104,800 (Jul 2017) spacer
15.9km/L 112 bhp Lineartronic CVT (A)
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1.6 (A)
$115,800 (Apr 2015) spacer
15.4km/L 113 bhp CVT (A)
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2.0I-S (A)
$154,400 (Mar 2014) spacer
15.2km/L 150 bhp CVT
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Subaru XV
4 stars - based on 12 reviews
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Car Review - Subaru XV 2.0i-S (A)
With the recent influx of urban crossovers, such as the Nissan Juke and Citroen DS4, how well does the XV stand out to the likes?

The Subaru XV was facelifted on Mar 2016.
Read our review of the facelifted version.

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Comparison - Subaru XV 1.6i-S (A) vs Suzuki Vitara 1.6 Panoramic Roof 4WD Premium (A)
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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A Wonderful Car!
I've been driving the XV for a year now and I love it! Great driving comfort, excellent handling (it's a heavy car, so stays planted on the road), spacious seats, good interiors. Decided on it after checking out Vezel, Qashqai and test driving Mazda 3, Corolla, Vitara & Elantra. While Mazda 3 had the best drive, I felt the XV ticked many more boxes. The overall drive is very engaging. The car feels very sturdy and stable on the road. I've taken bends at 70+ km/h without feeling any slip of control. The engine is sometimes slow to respond to sudden acceleration, but makes up for it quickly (I guess this is CVT at work and also due to the weight of the car). Fuel efficiency is not the best, but not bad at all. I drive almost 1,500 km per month and manage about 12 km/l. Interiors are quite good and all the buttons and knobs are easy to understand. It has all the standard features that most cars offer nowadays, except the electronic parking brake button and electric seats. Those are 'nice to have' for me, but that's a personal choice. Voice response system could be better. The seats are spacious and comfortable. 3 people can sit very comfortably on the rear seat. Boot space is not very large, but can easily fit 2 big suitcases. The 60:40 rear seat split gives very flexible boot space management. Overall, this car is a very good buy and you won't regret it. In my opnion, it's the best value for money in the CAT A SUV segment.
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A surprise which I did not expected
I was looking around for a compact SUV, shortlisted a few including the popular Honda vezel. Then I came across Subaru XV, decided to head down to the showroom as I was staying nearby. First impression was pretty impressive. When for a test drive and the handling was amazing.
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Good handing and good sound insulation
Try out Honda Vezel, Nissan Qashqai and XV before i decide on XV.Test drive all of them. The difference as below; Vezel = Godd FC, Good pickup but lost out on space and sound insulation. Qashqai = premium look and feel, interior and style nice, lost out on turbo lag and ride comfort. XV= nice interior, good ride comfort, noise insulation and handing compare to the other 2. But lost out on FC if your like a comfort ride and good handing. XV is the one but not for FC.
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Went for test drive
No power hence need to rev engine up to 3500rpm to get it to overtake other cars or accelerate. Backseat up straight hence may not be ideal for long rides Unsuitable for drivers who use the ns highway. Fc is very high as most drivers may rev it to high rpms,hope that there will be a turbocharged version comes out. Was told that subaru parts are extremely expensive. If you are looking some suvs like the xv, please seriously consider the mit asx for its reliability and amount of horses under the hood
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Subaru XV (Launch Date: July 2017)
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Topic Title Replies Last Action
Best decorated Subaru XV inSG? 44 11-Jul-2022
New Subaru XV 3707 06-Mar-2022
Honda HR-V vs Subaru XV vs Toyota CHR 40 26-Sep-2019
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