Good news! Subaru Xv Crosstrek Price low for sale. 2013 Subaru Xv Crosstrek Review. 2013 Subaru Xv Crosstrek For Sale. Subaru Xv Release Date from Subaru Xv US. Read on, find out more information. For years, Europeans have ridiculed American buyers for their SUV addiction, but small-SUV sales are booming on the Continent right now. The new XV Crosstrek was conceived as a way for Subaru to capitalize on the trend, its tidy dimensions making it ideal for tight European roads. When U.S. dealers saw the XV, though, they loved it and convinced Subaru brass that it would be a hit with young urban families stateside. Here, it will be known as the XV Crosstrek.
Subaru also let us sample the diesel XV it will offer in Europe. Like the gas engine, the oil burner is a 2.0-liter flat-four, but this one gets a turbocharger. The compression-ignition version only gives up three ponies, but torque soars to 258 lb-ft at 1600 rpm. It’s a sweetheart. Plus, it delivers fuel economy that is roughly 25 percent better than the gas 2.0’s. If that sounds like something you’d be interested in, tell your dealer. Apparently, he has Subaru’s ear. Having just returned from the press launch of the new 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek, I can tell you two things with certainty. The first is that if you haven't seen the Tuscan countryside in late fall, you should put it on your bucket list.
The weather is crisp, but the impossibly perfect winding roads zip past wineries and farmland, lined with fire orange leaves, lush greenery, and people just as colorful from a cultural standpoint. The second is that the Subaru XV, despite being 'just a lifted Impreza,' is a very cool car. After presenting the concept at the Shanghai Motor Show 2011, here is the Subaru XV in the final version. It is a totally new vehicle, with the name that stands for 'vehicle cross' and with which Subaru will try to make their way into a growing market segment. The line is quite sporty, with an aggressive front and rear, side and muscular. Also because of the color very flashy presentation, the exterior certainly does not go unnoticed. The interior of the hand does not have anything particularly sophisticated, although rational and good quality.
The fittings are 3 available: Comfort, Trend (with dual-zone climate, rear camera, cruise control and premium hi-fi), Executive (with sunroof, navigation system, power adjustable driver’s seat).Despite some obvious flaws (again, some of which are said to be down to the tires), the XV is an enjoyable car to drive and look at. Subaru does 'lifestyle vehicles' vehicles that help define who a person is well, and the XV could well be its best yet. To be sure, we'll have to check back in mid - 2012 when we're allowed to drive a U.S. - spec XV on U.S. soil. Until then, stay tuned. Fifth generation of the world’s most successful high-performance saloon in the premium segment of the executive class; new BMW M5 is an exceptionally dynamic high-performance sports car with four doors and five seats; consistent further development of the vehicle concept initiated in 1984 with the first-generation BMW M5, compelling track potential combines with the comprehensive practicality of a luxurious business saloon; groundbreaking character headlined by significantly improved efficiency, supreme long-distance comfort, and innovative.