Subaru XV

The dynamic development of the SUV segment, with particular emphasis on categories of crossover meant that the Subaru has introduced to its portfolio model aspiring to become a universal sport-utility vehicle.

The car is available with three engines: Horizontally-Opposed gasoline with a capacity of 1.6-and 2-liter and 2-liter diesel. The first two belong to a new generation of individuals, characterized by a modified design, including the use of a larger stroke of the pistons. Thus, an increase in torque and improved response to the gas. The petrol model is also a new Auto Start Stop system, which helps reduce fuel consumption by shutting down the engine when stopped at the intersection or in traffic. All units have a low carbon emissions. Is obviously the most economical model with a 2-liter diesel is available only with manual 6-speed manual gearbox, while the gasoline versions of the units can be equipped both with manual transmissions, as well as Lineartronic continuously variable transmission (CVT), a new generation.

Subaru XV has a permanent Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive AWD, which combined with the dynamic geometry of the suspension (Subaru DC3), makes it fast and reliably respond to commands from the driver, regardless of road conditions and road conditions. A high level of safety care system and traction control, stability control (VDCS) and 4-channel ABS with EBD, available as standard on all trims, as well as 17-inch alloy wheels with a characteristic shape.

Standard features are front and side airbags for driver and front passenger, front and rear curtains and airbags, driver knee. Like other Subaru models available on the Polish market, the XV will be equipped with Intelligent System Rescue (ISR), which in an emergency using the GPS signal automatically transmits information to the monitoring center constantly functioning. This allows instant verification of the incident and notify relevant departments for quick and efficient organization of assistance.