Subaru has launched its Subaru XV Crossover and Impreza, the first new models to be built on its latest global platform.
The Impreza has an entry-level price of €26,995 for the 1.6 RC CVT, and standard specification includes a rear vision camera, touch screen audio system, cruise control, heated seats, Bluetooth and front fog lamps. Annual road tax is €390.
The XV Crossover 2.0i SE CVT (petrol ) has an entry price of € 33,995 petrol and annual road tax of €390. Meanwhile, the 2.0 D SE (diesel ) version starts at €34,995 and the 12 months road tax is also €390. The standard spec for both includes 17" alloys, VDC, heated seats, rear vision camera, touch screen audio system, and front fogs lamps.
The Japanese carmaker tells us that both models are built to challenge the toughest weather and road conditions. It says the all-wheel-drive system in both models promises driving fun, all-round safety, and above-average resilience.
Subaru claims while its new global platform preserves the distinctive combination of Boxer engine and symmetrical all-wheel-drive system, it also offers new dynamic values that result in superior handling and stability, and improved hazard avoidance performance. It also says it delivers more responsive steering and exceptionally low vibrations and driving comfort.
Subaru says both are packed with new safety features – the ‘EyeSight’ driver assist technology is fitted as standard equipment, while also offering world-class collision safety for peace of mind and pure driving pleasure.