RM 117,788 - 146,788
Subaru XV Specs
  • Segment C-Segment
  • BodyType SUV
  • Transmission CVT
  • Capacity 2.0 L
  • Horsepower 156 PS
  • Seats 5
The 2021 - 2022 Subaru XV is offered in 4 variants - which are priced from RM 117,788 to RM 146,788, the base model of xv is 2021 Subaru XV 2.0i which is at a price of RM 117,788 and the top variant of Subaru XV is 2022 Subaru XV 2.0 i-P GT Edition which is offered at a price of RM 146,788.
Road Tax Cost*
RM377.50/year
Insurance Cost*
RM3,375.59/year
Fuel Cost*
RM2,993.00/year

* For reference only, you can adjust your real situation with the calculator.

    Variants

    Car Price

  • 2019 Subaru XV GT Edition 2.0
    RM 101,900

    RM 1,150/month

    37,381 km  /  3 years  /  Kuala Lumpur

  • 2019 Subaru XV P 2.0
    RM 101,900

    RM 1,117/month

    60,802 km  /  4 years  /  Kuala Lumpur

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  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Consumption
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

     01

    • EyeSight ADAS is now standard
    • Android Auto, Apple CarPlay on both variants
    • Retuned suspension for more comfort, drive mode selector

    The rugged Subaru XV keeps what we know and love of Subaru: a Boxer engine, and go-anywhere capabilities thanks to its Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system. And now, four years since this generation's initial debut here, its got a new look and improved safety as TC Subaru has launched the 2022 Subaru XV facelift in Malaysia.

     02

    As before, this competitor to the Honda HR-V and Toyota Corolla Cross is locally-assembled (CKD) at Tan Chong Motor Assemblies' Segambut plant.

     03

    Standard 2.0i-P variant

    Two variants are offered, and their respective prices are as follows:

    2022 Subaru XV price in Malaysia
    Variant Price
    2.0 i-P EyeSight RM 139,788
    2.0 i-P GT Edition RM 146,788
    OTR prices w/o insurance, SST-free valid until 30-June 2022
  • Exterior

    Aside from the mechanical bits, the XV also gains a cleaner, slightly up-to-date look, thanks to a redesigned front-end, a lightly retouched rear, and new 17-inch wheels.

     01

    The GT Edition, note bodykit and wheels

    And if one opts for the GT Edition, customers get a GT Edition body kit, 17-inch wheels, variant-specific leather seats, and 'Superview Around Recognition', Subaru's parlance for 360-degree cameras.

    The XV comes in six colours: Crystal Black Silica, Magnetite Grey Metallic, Ice Silver Metallic, Dark Blue Pearl, Pure White, and Cool Grey Khaki.

  • Interior

     01

    Rounding up the changes under the skin is retuned suspension, with the XV now feautring coils and campers optimised for an even smoother ride. 

    Other than that, other new features with the XV are 8-way power-adjustable driver's seat with memory function, rear seat reminders, auto door-lock, and key-linked folding door mirrors.

     02

    Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are also standard on the XV's 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, with sound played through a 6-speaker setup.

  • Features

    What's new in the facelifted Subaru XV?

     01

    The biggest news is the addition of the EyeSight ADAS suite, which means it's now level-pegging with the similarly-equipped Subaru Forester. The XV's EyeSight suite includes:

    • Pre-collision braking
    • Adaptive cruise control with and stop & go (0-180 km/h)
    • Pre-collision throttle management
    • Lead vehicle start alert
    • Lane sway warning
    • Lane departure warning

     

     02

    And there's new stuff under the hood as well. This updated XV bundles along Dual-Function X-Mode, which controls engine output, transmission, AWD torque split, and braking system to tackle tricky off-road conditions.

    The 'Dual' part means the driver can select between two different settings tailored to specific driving conditions, namely dirt and mud.

    Also read: Subaru Symmetrical AWD, why it’s the best AWD solution

     03

    Meanwhile, there's also 'Si Drive', and no, this isn't an allusion to the new Honda Civic. 'S' stands for 'Sport' while 'I' is for 'Intelligent', with the former sharpening up throttle response and the latter, an 'eco mode' of sorts.

    Also read: Review: 2022 Honda Civic FE – Forget baby Accord, it’s on par with the 3 Series

  • Powertrain

    Engine and transmission

     01

    The XV's powertrain combo is largely unchanged, and under the hood is a familiar petrol, direct injection, horizontally-opposed ('Boxer') engine.

    Its FB20 2.0-litre naturally-aspirated (NA) mill pumps out 156 PS at 6,000 rpm and 196 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm, and these outputs are routed to all four wheels via a Lineartronic CVT automatic with seven virtual ratios.

    Also read: Subaru's boxer engine and symmetrical AWD, worth paying more?

     02

    The equipment list of the XV includes adaptive LED headlights, LED taillights, keyless entry and push-button start, dual-zone automatic air-conditioning, and paddle shifters.

  • Driving Performance

     01

    Engine Performance
    Smooth and linear in its power delivery that is aided by the CVT. It doesn’t accelerate as eagerly as a Honda HR-V, partly due to the AWD system and heavier weight.

    Transmission Performance
    Response is relatively quick, and it mimics the shifting of a conventional automatic transmission. Rubber band effect is also minimal during sudden acceleration.

    Steering and handling
    Steering is direct and sharp thanks to a quicker ratio from the previous generation. Body roll is well contained despite its ride height and it goes around corners with a surefooted assurance.

  • Ride Comfort

     01

    Sound proofing
    General cabin noise level is relatively low. Mechanical noises such as the engine, transmission and suspension are well suppressed. Wind noise only gets noticeable at higher speeds, at which point the tyre noise becomes even more intrusive.

    Passenger comfort
    Ride quality is exemplary. It absorbs bumps with a sophistication most rivals lack, barring the Toyota CH-R. It lacks rear air vents but the seats have decent thigh support and is comfortable over long distance journeys.

  • Fuel Consumption

    Fuel consumption

    The Subaru XV is rated at 7.3 litre/100km in combined driving conditions.

  • Conclusion

Subaru XV 2022 has total 6 color options in Malaysia: Ice Silver Metallic, Cool Grey Khaki, Pure White, Dark Grey Metallic, Dark Blue Pearl, Sunshine Orange.

Ice Silver Metallic

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  • What is the Collision Warning of Subaru XV?

    Here are the Collision Warning and variants of Subaru XV:

    Variants2018 Subaru XV 2.0i2018 Subaru XV 2.0i-P
    Collision WarningNN
  • What is the Airbag Disable Function of Subaru XV?

    Here are the Airbag Disable Function and variants of Subaru XV:

    Variants2018 Subaru XV 2.0i2018 Subaru XV 2.0i-P
    Airbag Disable FunctionYY
  • What is the Multi-function Steering Wheel of Subaru XV?

    Here are the Multi-function Steering Wheel and variants of Subaru XV:

    Variants2018 Subaru XV 2.0i2018 Subaru XV 2.0i-P
    Multi-function Steering WheelYY

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