Subaru XV 2018

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Trim/Grade :

1.6L 114HP AWD

Is this car for me?

Are you adventurous? This crossover is a good fit with its Subie 4WD system and ground clearance. Are you an adventurous parent? The XV has one of the best rear seat children protection ratings.

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The prices provided by Karrenn might vary at any given time. It is recommended to refer to the dealer for a final quotation. The dealer holds the right to modify the prices and specs at any given moment and without prior notice.


-Has the famous Subaru 4WD system, great ground clearance (220 mm) and of course, very outdoorsy looks


-The base model engine is a 1.6L, too small if power is your concern and the 2.0L is more expensive


3 Years - 100,000 Km

This is the redesigned Subaru XV for 2018. It looks sharp, we enjoyed sitting in it and the car felt pretty smooth. It might not be quite "affordable" but you'll get enough value for what you're paying for. That's our opinion.


PRICES AND OPTIONS (all included)

XV 1.6L Symmetrical AWD ($28,900)

- 4 CYL , 1.6 L  DOHC  16V , boxer engine , 114 hp
- Lineartronic CVT (7 speed)
- Symmetrical AWD 
- Vehicle Dynamics Control ( VDC ) 
- Traction Control System ( TCS ) 
- Hill Descent Control ( HDC ) 
- Minimum ground clearance 22 cm
- Hill start assist 
- Immobilizer security system
- Front & rear fog lamps
- LED rear combination lamps
- Intermittent rear window wiper
- Automatic Air conditioning 
- Electric power steering
- Tilt & telescopic steering wheel
- Front & rear electric windows
- Power mirrors
- Power locks & remote control key system 
- Radio CD , 6.2" display + 4 speakers +  MP3 
- Bluetooth hands free system 
- Auxiliary audio input jack (I-POD) + Single USB 
- Multi function display
- Front & rear cup holders
- Seat lifter ( driver's seat )
- Centre console box
- SRS font airbags + Side airbags + curtain airbags + knee airbag 
- Subaru rear vehicle detection ( SRVD ) 
- ABS + EBD ( electronic brake-force distribution )
- Brake assist
- Child safety rear door locks
- Steering wheel c
- Electronic parking brake
- Safety brake pedal system
- Rollover sensor
- Active headrests (drive & passenger)
- Folding rear seats
- 3 point rear seat belts 
- Leather wrapped hand brake handle
- Isofix system for child seats
- Centre tray & centre console box 
- Roof spoiler & Shark fin antenna
- 17" light alloy wheels ( tyres 225/60 R 17 )

XV 2.0L Symmetrical AWD ($32,500)

- 4 CYL , 2.0 L  DOHC  16V , boxer engine , 156 hp
- Paddle shifters
- Steering wheel controls including cruise control
- Radio CD , 6.5" display + 6 speakers +  MP3 
- Apple CarPlay Android auto infotainment system 
- Rear view camera 
- Roof rails

XV 2.0L Premium ($36,900)

- 18" light alloy wheels ( tyres 225/55 R 18 )
- Chrome plated door handles 
- LED headlamps + Pop-up washer with auto levelizer 
- Steering Responsive headlights ( SRH ) 
- Radio CD , 8" display + 6 speakers +  MP3 
- Multi function display 6.3 " LCD screen 
- Auxiliary audio input jack (I-POD) + Dual USB 
- Light and rain sensors
- Power folding door mirrors with built in LED turn signal 
- Power sliding, tilt-adjustable glass sunroof
- Leather wrapped steering wheel & gearshift orange stitching
- Smart entry & push start engine
- Dual zone A/C
- Voice recognition system ( air conditioning )
- Aluminium pedals

XV Premium w/ Eyesight ($40,300)

- Eyesight driver assist technology
- Adaptive cruise control
- High beam assist
- Leather seats with orange stitching
- Power adjustable driver's seat


It's an easy pick for us if we were to choose between the first two (we want the 2.0L), but choosing between the 2nd and the 3rd is quite frustrating. We might not have an extra $4,400 to spare, but we would love to get all the extra options that come with it. The last choice is a no-go for us because in our opinion, you can get a vehicle in a bigger category or even some entry level luxury cars. But it's up to you, if you love Subaru like all its fans in Lebanon, and appreciate the extra features that might come with it, it might just be the one for you. For us, we would pick the XV 2.0L Symmetrical AWD ($32,500) and wish we had some extra bucks to afford the Premium grade.


“Test drive: 1.6 is good for a 1.6 but not what I was looking for. After test driving the 2.0 I was hooked. Boxer engine gives it a better performance than all the 2.0s I've ever driven. Taking off is a bit slower than most cars (speed kicks off at third gear) but if you have to bypass trucks it does the trick. You can always switch to tiptronic and lower the gear for more torque. Despite online reviews the engine isn't loud. Trunk is a little bit small but the car is spacious. It doesn't feel like you're driving a bulky car, which is great because you can maneuver in those small tight roads with ease. It's very easy to get used to, technology wise as the touch screen is user friendly which is great for technologically retarded people such as myself. I have to stress that it's super super stable on sharp turns. I feel like this was a perfect choice for me and I highly recommend it. Basically anybody I meet tells me how durable they are and that their company service is very reasonably priced and professional" - Hanah Sakkal Farran


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