Although the latest Subaru XV for sale, Australia buyers will see in showrooms has an excellent reputation and pedigree, the Japanese auto giant has decided to boost sales further with a new Subaru XV price. 2015 models will benefit from a minor update and a sharpened pricing structure.
The Subaru XV price 2015 has already seen a price drop in January for the previous model of $750. However, Subaru has announced a further price drop of up to $1250 for the 2015 small SUV. It is thought that these further reductions are a result of the recent arrival of some very stiff competition in the form of the new Mazda CX-3, Renault Captur and Honda HR-V in this already highly competitive small SUV segment.
The new pricing means that the entry level price for the 2.0i will start at $26,490. The mid range 2.0i-L will now be available from $29,990 and the top of the line 2.0i-S will start at $32,490.
The update for the 2015 also means that there is a new touch screen for the multimedia system and a new trim. This touchscreen allows you to integrate phone and audio streaming using the Bluetooth connectivity, including compatibility with a variety of apps. The base level model features a 6.2 inch screen, while the higher spec models will have a 7.0 inch. This system also includes updated information display for drivers.
The new Subaru XV has retained its four cylinder 2.0 litre boxer petrol engine, which can be paired with either a six speed manual transmission or the Subaru CVT automatic transmission which allows power to be transferred into all four wheels.
The new pricing for the Subaru XV for sale, Australia based buyers can expect are as follows: The manual and petrol 2.0i is $26,490, the automatic petrol 2.0i is $28,990, the manual and petrol 2.0i-L is $29,990 and the automatic petrol 2.0i-L is $32,490, the manual petrol 2.0i-S is $32,490 and the automatic petrol 2.0i-S is $34,990. All of these prices are down $1250 from previous listings.
This new pricing structure is anticipated to boost sales of the XV for the remainder of the year. With the equipment available as standard not having been compromised by the price cuts, it is anticipated that this price reduction should elevate the Subaru XV for sale, Australia ranking. We will have to simply wait and see just how dramatic an effect it will have, but as the brand experiences some fantastic sales across the range, it is anticipated that the XV will take its place as a segment leader.
If you would like to know more about the new Subaru XV for sale, Australia based drivers should contact us. We have a wide range of new and preowned Subaru models. Our sales team would be happy to answer any questions you may have about the Subaru XV price 2015 discounts or arrange for your test drive, so you can experience the fantastic XV for yourself.
Note: The Subaru XV model is marketed as the Subaru Crosstrek. This change in name was made to align with Subaru’s global naming strategy. Therefore, when referring to the Subaru XV in the context in the market, it is synonymous with the Subaru Crosstrek. Rest assured, any information or references pertaining to the Subaru XV can be considered applicable to the Subaru Crosstrek.
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