Subaru joins the hybrid party with its small SUV. So how does the 2020 Subaru XV Hybrid stack up?
The Subaru XV, a popular jacked-up Impreza hatch, has plenty going for it - but do its downsides spoil the appeal?
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...
The Subaru XV is one of the top-selling small SUVs on the market. Matt Campbell sees how it stacks up in light of new rivals.
The Impreza-based 2012 Subaru XV gives Japanese brand another entry into compact SUV segment and brings more convincing interior quality and styling.
If Subaru Australia gets the pricing anywhere near right, it could have another SUV success story on its hands in the all-new XV.