Subaru XV upgrades | New Release - Car News Jan 2021

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10:20 Thursday 28 Jan 2021

A face-lifted version of the the Subaru XV will be available in the UK from the start of March.

Starting prices for the crossover model remain at £31,665, but it will come with a fresh look including redesigned front bumper and grille, reshaped bezel surround for the front LED fog lamps, and newly designed 18-inch alloy wheels. Two new colour options have also been added to the XV range - Plasma Yellow and Horizon Blue.

SE and SE Premium trim levels will be available, with standard equipment on both including Permanent Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, Subaru EyeSight driver assistance safety technology, automatic LED headlights with high beam assist, heated front seats, 8-inch multifunction colour touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a Keyless Entry & Push Button Start System.  SE Premium models are priced from £33,665 and add leather seats, 8-way power adjustable driver seat, satellite navigation, and sunroof to that equipment list.  Enhanced safety features include 180-degree Front View Monitor, and auto tilt/fold door mirrors.

The updated XV will arrive in Subaru showrooms from 1 March.

 

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