Subaru Crosstrek – Subaru has revealed that the all new next generation Crosstrek, we call it X, is coming next year.
First launched here in 2012, the XV proved to be exceptionally popular with buyers with its true AWD all road capability as well as renowned Subaru safety features.
The new Crosstrek is set to be even better.
Highlights of the new model include
- Human centred design from collaboration with medical schools,
- cutting-edge safety features, including the latest generation EyeSight® Driver Assist system and Driver Monitoring System
- Subaru’s renowned Symmetrical AWD system for the adventurous buyers
- state-of-the-art intuitive infotainment technology
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The current XV certainly is for the adventurous buyers with 220mm of ground clearance which is more than an SR5 Toyota HiLux,
The engine will be the familiar 2.0L boxer petrol with a Lineartronic® transmission and 8-speed paddle shift manual mode. There will also be a mild hybrid version available.
We will bring you more details on the Australian version when we get them.
In the meantime customers can register their interest in the all-new Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive Subaru Crosstrek at subaru.com.au/crosstrek to stay up to date with the latest information.
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Some other Subaru XV Articles
- Subaru adds a Hybrid version to its XV and Forester ranges
- Subaru XV Hybrid 2021 Review
- 2021 Subaru XV 2021 Review
- Subaru XV 2.0Is AWD vs Kia Seltos GT Line AWD 2020 Comparison Review
- 2020 Subaru XV Hybrid Small SUV Video Review
- 2018 Subaru XV 2.0i-S Easter at Port Stephens
- 2017 Subaru XV 2.0i S CVT AWD COTY Review
- Subaru XV 2.0i-Premium AWD SUV Video Review
- MY18 Subaru XV Review – From Boring to Bold
- 2012 Subaru XV Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (SAWD)
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