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Mike Stevens | May, 04 2015 | 6 Comments

Subaru Australia’s jacked-up XV line-up follows its regular Impreza sibling this week with reduced pricing and new features across the range.

The price of entry into the range has dropped to $26,490 plus on-road costs, which - combined with an earlier $750 cut that Subaru introduced on the back of Australia’s Free Trade Agreement with Japan - marks a $2000 saving over the 2014 XV range.

That saving continues across the 2015 line-up, with $2000 (including the FTA discount) cut from the mid-spec 2.0i-L and top-shelf 2.0i-S models, now priced from $29,990 and $32,490 respectively.

Subaru says it has boosted the value equation further with an upgrade to the XV’s infotainment system.

That means a new 6.2 inch touchscreen display in the entry 2.0i model, while the 2.0i-L and 2.0i-S get a larger and now more cleanly integrated 7.0 inch display.

Other tweaks in the cabin includes new steering-wheel switches, new silver accents to the air-conditioning dials and vents, and metallic accents to the front door arm rests.

There’s also now two 5V DC USB charging ports in the rear, while the front-row USB and auxiliary ports have been relocated to beneath the audio unit.

The 2.0i-Land 2.0i-S also pick up an upgraded CVT shifter surround, new silver stitching on leather trim (previously black), and an upgraded Multi-Information Display in the instrument cluster that includes a digital speedometer, basic trip information, current gear selected and auto stop-start info.

The XV range is again powered by a 110kW/196Nm 2.0 litre four-cylinder petrol engine. Fuel consumption is rated at 7.0 with the CVT auto, and 7.3 l/100km with the six-speed manual.

Year-to-date sales for XV (end of March only; April figures due this week) show the small SUV on 2059, placing it ahead of models like the Holden Trax (1292) and the recently launched Mazda CX-3 (865), along with the Jeep Compass (808) and the Nissan Juke (744).

The segment is again led by the Mitsubishi ASX (3161), with the new Nissan Qashqai close behind on 3160.

 

PRICING (excludes on-road costs)

  • XV 2.0i six-speed manual - $26,490
  • XV 2.0i CVT - $28,990
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  • XV 2.0i-L six-speed manual - $29,990
  • XV 2.0i-L CVT - $32,490
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  • XV 2.0i-S six-speed manual - $32,490
  • XV 2.0i-S CVT - $34,990

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