The compact crossover was able to make its appearance with a new model, the Subaru XV. What comes with a car with such a weight and four-wheel drive onto the Impreza’s platform with Symmetrical AWD, we will find out next. Plus, the car has the only diesel engine on the market. So, in the newr future, we fill find out if Subaru XV’s is the recipe for a big success.
In the recent history, there was a Japanese manufacturer for the Impreza XV version, which debuted at the European Motor Show Geneva 2010 and was claimed a hatch adventurer crossover. From the technical standpoint, the car was based on the well known wheel drive system, normal for Impreza and the aesthetic benefit of a belt of black plastic bottom and roof railing, to differentiate the normal sedan from the Impreza XV. But these things were not enough to make the Impreza XV a serious competitor for Nissan Qashqai, for example, primarily because of the ground clearance which was too small to guard customers needs. So this new generation was repaired and the engineers were adapting new standards for a much better crossover segment. The new generation that relies on a complete refreshed car, both technical and visual – so now comes with the name of Subaru XV, not Subaru Impreza XV. Moreover, the Impreza is gone, for now, so that the importer is selling only the remaining sport version WRX STi. Now, this is the reason why the Japanese want the new generation Impreza: because it is a much more elegant car and more demanding one.