2015SubaruXV Crosstrek

The butler announcing arriving guests to the hybrid party has just called Subaru's name, at long last. The XV Crosstrek wasn't even supposed to come to the US, but the 2014 XV Crosstrek Hybrid endows it with a suit tailored for our regulatory dress code, adding all that weighty battery goodness to…


2015 Subaru XV Crosstrek - 4dr All-wheel Drive (2.0i)
4dr All-wheel Drive (2.0i)
MSRP:
$21,595
Engine:
2.0L H-4
MPG:
23 City / 31 HWY
2015 Subaru XV Crosstrek - 4dr All-wheel Drive (2.0i Premium)
4dr All-wheel Drive (2.0i Premium)
MSRP:
$22,295
Engine:
2.0L H-4
MPG:
23 City / 31 HWY
2015 Subaru XV Crosstrek - 4dr All-wheel Drive (2.0i Limited)
4dr All-wheel Drive (2.0i Limited)
MSRP:
$24,795
Engine:
2.0L H-4
MPG:
26 City / 34 HWY
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Subaru Tecnica International is preparing to unveil performance-tuned concepts based on the XV Crosstrek Hybrid and Levorg wagons at the Tokyo Auto Salon.
Subaru breaks all-time sales record well before year end

With a month to spare, Subaru has already bested its annual sales record of 513,693 vehicles, marking its seventh record-breaking year in a row.
Subaru recalling 72k EyeSight-equipped sedans and CUVs

Subaru is recalling 72,000 of its EyeSight-equipped crossovers and sedans over fears that the automatic braking system may not work properly.

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Subaru XV runs over dog in Russian ad, but in a funny way

In case you're wondering, no, the woman didn't actually hit the dog. This is just a commercial, and a fairly clever one after you get over the perceived canicide, that's meant to show off the desirability of Subaru's lifted Impreza wagon, the XV Crosstrek.
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Subaru recalling 72k EyeSight-equipped sedans and CUVs

Subaru is recalling 72,000 of its EyeSight-equipped crossovers and sedans over fears that the automatic braking system may not work properly.
Subaru issues recall over cars that may start themselves

Subaru has issued one of the strangest recalls we've come across in some time. As it turns out, certain Subaru models may randomly start their own engines. The issue is confined to select models equipped with an automatic or CVT and the company's optional Audiovox remote engine starter (RES) accessory. If the RES key fob is dropped, it could "randomly transmit an engine start request without pressing the button."