With some subtle midlife upgrades, the XV Hybrid makes a compelling case for Subaru fans looking for clever tech while enjoying driving dynamics beyond most SUVs.
Refreshed for the 2021 model year, the Subaru XV presents as a smart and stylish take on the crossover formula. It's not without its flaws, though.
With its midlife facelift coming with a price rise across the range, does the top-spec XV do enough to justify some extra coffers?
The XV remains a top seller for Subaru, neatly outdoing its Impreza donor. What makes it so appealing? Let's revisit Sam's 2.0i-S petrol review.
Subaru joins the hybrid party with its small SUV. So how does the 2020 Subaru XV Hybrid stack up?
The rugged little Subaru XV treads a familiar path, but in many ways it's the best small crossover you can buy, despite a maudlin engine and shallow boot.
The range-topping 2017 Subaru XV 2.0i-S has taken some big steps in the booming small SUV segment. So, does it stack up?
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Although not overflowing with power, the new 2017 Subaru XV is a well put-together and well-equipped offering in a very competitive market. Mike Stevens takes this small SUV out for its first Australian drive.
It may not look it, but the 2017 Subaru XV is an all-new vehicle, and an improved take on a compact crossover from the Japanese brand.
A range of changes have been made to the Subaru XV for the 2016 model year, but have they been worthwhile...