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Appearing as part of the Impreza line in 2010, XV débuted as a separate model at the Frankfurt show in 2011, before the fourth-generation Impreza was announced in Japan. Essentially a raised Impreza hatchback. Subaru repeated the formula for a second-generation stand-alone XV in 2017.
  
'''Subaru XV. 2011 to date (prod. n/a). 5-door sedan. F/A, 1600, 1995 cm³ petrol, 1995 cm³ petrol–electric hybrid, 1998 cm³ diesel (F4 DOHC).''' Crossover launched at the 2011 Frankfurt show, before fourth-generation Impreza announced officially in Japan, and considered a separate model line. Essentially a raised Impreza Sport, but hampered with an underpowered two-litre petrol engine, despite capable chassis. Vague steering, slightly firm ride, but a good handler. Much better torque and economy from diesel, the preferred powerplant for initial XVs.
 
  
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*[[Subaru XV (GT)]]
  
''Manufacturing location:'' Japan
 
  
''Marque:'' [[Subaru]]
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''Marque:'' [[Subaru]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Subaru Impreza]]
  
''q.v.'' [[Subaru Impreza (GJ)]]
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Latest revision as of 11:32, 18 September 2019

Appearing as part of the Impreza line in 2010, XV débuted as a separate model at the Frankfurt show in 2011, before the fourth-generation Impreza was announced in Japan. Essentially a raised Impreza hatchback. Subaru repeated the formula for a second-generation stand-alone XV in 2017.



Marque: Subaru | Predecessor: Subaru Impreza





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