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Subaru XV News in Malaysia

  • All-new 2023 Subaru Crosstrek launched in China, replaces XV, price equals to RM 128k

    At the ongoing Shanghai Auto Show, Subaru launched the all-new 2023 Subaru Crosstrek in China. Similar to markets like Japan and Indonesia, the Crosstrek nameplate replaces the familiar XV nameplate. Three variants are offered in the Middle Kingdom, with prices starting from CNY 199,800 (~RM 128k) and tops out at CNY 230,800 (~RM 149k). For the Chinese market, the sole powertrain option is a naturally-aspirated 2.5-litre flat-4 engine that does 169 PS and 252 Nm, mated to a Lineartronic CVT auto


    Apr 19, 2023

  • Getting down and dirty with the 2023 Subaru XV - Dealer Motion Beyond reminds us why an AWD SUV still matters

    There was a not-too-distant past when buying an SUV meant getting a vehicle that could do more and go further than a humdrum family sedan. Those days are long gone, the vast majority of SUVs today are simply high-riding counterparts of sedan/hatchback models that offer not much more than a taller boot and some ‘rugged’ plastic cladding. Many of which are only driven by the front wheels. But the 2023 Subaru XV begs to differ - it is the only vehicle in its segment that offers an AWD powertrain as


    Apr 15, 2023

  • All-new 2023 Subaru Crosstrek (XV) launched in Indonesia; price up by 10%, equals to RM 161k

    There's a new name for it, but the recipe is familiar: this is the all-new 2023 Subaru Crosstrek (as it will be named globally now, it was known as the XV prior) that's just been launched in Indonesia. Sold in the sole 2.0 i-S EyeSight variant, prices for it start at IDR 549.5 million, roughly equivalent to RM 160,575. That's a circa 10% price hike, but that's also because, well, it's all-new. On the outside the kit is rich; LED headlights, LED fog lights, LED combination rear lights, and 18-inc


    Mar 13, 2023

  • Watch this Subaru dealer getting wet and dirty to demonstrate the CKD Subaru XV's 500 mm wading depth

    It’s not often that car dealers put their money where their mouth is, but Motion Beyond, a Subaru dealer based in Setia Alam did that. In this short video, Motion Beyond put the Subaru XV through its paces, or in this case, through a water wading course to demonstrate the XV’s 500 mm wading depth. Naturally, the Subaru XV completed the course without a hitch, cementing its water wading capabilities. Also Read: Review: 2022 Subaru XV EyeSight - AWD isn't necessary, but you'd love to have it That


    Mar 6, 2023

  • Insurance body: Windscreen replacement for cars with ADAS costs 4x more, improper calibration post-repair a concern

    A survey by USA’s Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) revealed that about half of cars equipped with advance driving aids systems (ADAS) features that for whatever reason, required repairs, no longer work properly after repairs were made. ADAS is a generic term for an umbrella of driver assistance features like frontal collision warning, autonomous emergency braking, or blind spot monitoring. “Most of the more than 3,000 owners we contacted said they had never needed to have their cras


    Feb 22, 2023

  • Sacrilegious? There's now a FWD Subaru Crosstrek (XV) in Japan, price equals to RM 86k

    The all-new 2023 Subaru Crosstrek (known in Malaysia as the Subaru XV) has gone on sale in Japan with two trims on offer – Touring and Limited, available in either front-wheel drive (FWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD) configurations. Prices start from JPY 2,662,000 (around RM 86k) for the Touring FWD to JPY 3,289,000 (around RM 107k) for the range-topping Limited AWD. Yes, you’ve read those correctly, the Subaru Crosstrek is available with FWD, in Japan at least. Though this isn’t new in Japan as Sub


    Dec 5, 2022

  • Subaru celebrates 50 years of Symmetrical AWD with a rollcall of its heavy hitters

    Subaru’s marketing machinery loves to remind you every 5 seconds why its Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (SAWD) is far superior to any other version of all-paw power delivery on the road… or off it. And since it’s the marque’s 50th anniversary of the system, we’ll let them toot their own horn with a rollcall of some of their most iconic models hitting some picturesque routes to mark the occasion. It’s easy to identify the very first Subaru to sport the SAWD from the short video here. Obviously, it’s


    Oct 24, 2022

  • Owner Review:  Subaru owned by Lady driver, Her 2020 Subaru XV GT

    ** This article is published on WapCar Community, representing the opinion of users. Click the link below to enter the community for car enthusiasts in Malaysia Basic information of my car: 2020 Subaru XV GT Reasons why I bought this car I just got a new job that require me to commute daily around 100KM per day. I am looking for a car that is nice to drive, stable, high ground clearance (due to flash flood is very common in klang valley), and most importantly- Safe! As a


    Oct 9, 2022

  • All-new 2023 Subaru Crosstrek makes world debut - New name for next-gen XV

    You're looking at the all-new 2023 third-generation Subaru XV except that Subaru has decided to drop the alphabetical name and instead calls it the Crosstrek. Making its global debut online, the 2023 Subaru Crosstrek might sport a familiar silhouette but underneath it’s an all-new crossover. Combining a compact body with a rugged and sporty design, the crossover is an ideal vehicle for adventurous types be it in the concrete jungle or in the outdoors. Also, the Crosstrek name which was previousl

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    Sep 15, 2022

  • Since 2008, Subaru has sold 5 million cars fitted with EyeSight

    Subaru Corporation announced that they have cumulatively sold over 5 million vehicles that features their EyeSight technology (Subaru's version of ADAS) since it was first introduced in 2008. Also read: What is ADAS and why do we need them in our cars? Subaru was the pioneer in using solely stereo cameras for driving assistance providing features such as adaptive cruise control and pre-collision braking that detects not only cars, but also pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists in the vehicle’


    Sep 1, 2022

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