2018 Subaru XV Crosstrek Changes Concept Review

We expect 2018 subaru xv crosstrek first to arrive at the planet Subaru in summer 2017. Subaru has generally all the new models on a five-year product cycle. Since Subaru began the current generation Crosstrek in 2013 we’ll see a brand new 2018 Crosstrek. The engineering costs of a new model are enormous, so Subaru and other manufacturers are undertaking new models intermittently.

2018 Subaru XV Crosstrek Review New Feature

Expect big changes in 2018 subaru xv crosstrek increase slightly in size, stand on a new platform, and enjoy better fuel economy of a direct injection engine. Previously, made in Japan, Subaru Crosstrek be built in 2018 for the first time in its sole US plant in Lafayette, Indiana.

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The new crossover will get almost all the same hallmarks as a concept car in 2016. The traditional body kit of unpainted plastic, hexagonal grille, headlights in the new style ‘hawk-eye’, and muscle sculpted sides. The tail lights reflect the design of the front. The whole design has become more aggressive and strong.

The concept is wider and lower than the current generation, the wheelbase increases. Most likely the height of the standard car will remain the same, while the width and length really increase. Nothing is known about the interior of the new crossover, but it is likely that it will be completely new. It is expected that in order to normalize completely repeated inside the Impreza family updated with unique features. For example, the seats of two colors, different from the steering wheel. It is possible that the interior will be slightly different, but this is unlikely.2018-subaru-xv-crosstrek-rear-view-image

2018 Subaru XV Crosstrek Powertrain

Powertrain details are almost non-existent at this point, but there is little doubt that the 2018 subaru xv crosstrek you will be able to purchase will get a powertrain picked sparsely populated range of Subaru engines. The current Crosstrek runs a 148-hp flat-four 2.0-liter mated to a five-speed manual transmission or a CVT; all-wheel drive is the current standard. It is likely that 2.0 will return, although the manual may receive another forward gear to provide six speeds. A hybrid XV Crosstrek is also available, and we expect Subaru to offer again.

We can predict a lot about the changes in 2018 Crosstrek because we know a lot about 2017 Impreza, which shares many components with the Crosstrek.

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