Subaru announce £2,300 price cut on all XV models
By Kyle Linsay
Monday, July 1, 2013 - 09:26
CUT: Subaru XV now £2,300 cheaper
Subaru are cutting the price of all XV models by £2,300.
The reduction, made possible due to a favourable exchange rate between Pound Sterling and the Japanese Yen, applies from today.
This means motorists can drive away in a new, award-winning XV for just £18,995.
Haydn Davies, Marketing Director of Subaru UK, said: “Compared to rivals, the XV is one of the most robust and most economical cars available.
“We have taken the first opportunity to re-price the model given the changes to exchange rates and believe the price reduction now gives customers the greatest value for their money.”
The XV has won industry recognition for its design and safety in Japan and the USA, while it was Switzerland’s best-selling car in August last year.
With all-wheel drive as standard on all models, the 2.0D version returns 50.4mpg and 146g/km of CO2.
Standard specification includes: front passenger airbag auto-disable; 17-inch alloy wheels; daytime running lights; heated front seats; wiper de-icers; CD player and a comprehensive Multi-Function Display.
The SE model also gets cruise control, folding door mirrors, dual-zone air conditioning, rear view safety camera, Bluetooth, and rear privacy glass.
All buyers receive a five-year, 100,000mile warranty.