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Retail price £16,790
Subaru XV 1.6i SE 5dr Lineartronic suv 2017, 14905 +24

Year 2017

Transmission Semi-Auto

Mileage 14,905

Fuel type Petrol

Engine size 1.6

Retail price £14,990
Subaru XV 2.0i SE 5dr Lineartronic suv 2017, 31000 +24

Year 2017

Transmission Semi-Auto

Mileage 31,000

Fuel type Petrol

Engine size 2.0

Retail price £10,490
Subaru XV 2.0D SE 5dr suv 2014, 53571 miles, £1049 +24

Year 2014

Transmission Manual

Mileage 53,571

Fuel type Diesel

Engine size 2.0

Retail price £30,910 Finance from £712 per month
Subaru XV 1.6i SE Premium 5dr Lineartronic Hatchba +25

Year 2021

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 10

Fuel type Petrol

Engine size Unknown

Retail price £31,995 Finance from £738 per month
Subaru XV 2.0i SE Premium 5dr Lineartronic Hatchba +8

Year 2021

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 1,000

Fuel type Petrol

Engine size Unknown

Retail price £25,995 Finance from £595 per month
Subaru XV 2.0i e-Boxer SE 5dr Lineartronic Hatchba +44

Year 2020

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 1,400

Fuel type Hybrid

Engine size Unknown

Retail price £29,995 Finance from £690 per month
Subaru XV 2.0i SE Premium e-Boxer 5dr Lineartronic +42

Year 2021

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 3,000

Fuel type Hybrid

Engine size Unknown

Retail price £28,995 Finance from £666 per month
Subaru XV 2.0i SE Premium e-Boxer 5dr Lineartronic +41

Year 2021

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 3,750

Fuel type Hybrid

Engine size Unknown

Retail price £6,995
Subaru XV Hatchback 2013, 81000 miles, £6995

Year 2013

Transmission Manual

Mileage 81,000

Fuel type Diesel

Engine size Unknown

Subaru XV 2.0i e-Boxer SE Premium 5dr Lineartronic

Year 2021

Transmission Automatic

Mileage 50

Fuel type Other

Engine size Unknown

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Why buy a used Subaru XV with Exchange and Mart?

Subaru's mid-sized XV Crossover model looks a considerably better prospect in second generation 'GT'-series guise. It makes even better use of its capable Symmetrical permanent 4WD system to turn in an even stronger performance off road. And, more importantly, also delivers a far better showing on it, thanks to the more sophisticated chassis you get this time round. There's also a smarter interior, improved media connectivity and better standards of camera-driven safety kit than the previous MK1 'GP'-series XV model could offer. In this MK2 form, the XV was, in short, rejuvenated. Here, we look at the early 2017-2020-era versions from a used car perspective.

About the Subaru XV

The SUV Crossover genre is one that Subaru ought to excel at. The main ingredients are after all, already in place, fundamentally in terms of product expertise. The company can draw upon a long tradition of rugged, multi-purpose all-wheel drive cars - in fact it's sold 15 million of them, more than any other manufacturer. The issue though in this segment is all about packaging and presenting this clever engineering in a way that's accessible and appealing to mainstream customers. This second generation XV made a much better job of doing that. It is, says Subaru, is a car that's 'better where it matters'. Whether you agree will of course depend on what matters to you. If you don't really need 4WD, decent ground clearance and 'belt-and-braces' levels of camera-driven safety provision, then move right along. Plenty of cheaper, flimsier family-sized 'Qashqai-class' soft roaders are available from all the main volume brands. These cars will probably be slightly cheaper to run because they don't have the same level of overall capability. For the same reason, most will be slightly more engaging to drive on-tarmac too, though Subaru has undeniably narrowed the gap in this regard thanks to this MK2 XV model's much stiffer, more sophisticated Global Platform. Plenty of other things that might have put you off the previous generation version of this car have also been sorted, so media connectivity is here properly up to scratch and the cabin at last feels of reasonable quality. Of course, this Subaru still isn't perfect. You might well be disappointed by the lack of engine and transmission choice, ride and refinement could be better and the boot really ought to be bigger. These things needn't be deal-breakers though. And for many loyal buyers, they certainly won't dilute the XVs many virtues. In summary, what we continue to have here is a refreshing change from the whole 'style over substance' approach that seems to characterise so many SUV Crossover models. That's something Subaru's never quite understood. And hopefully never will.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 14.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed rate of interest of 14.9%, you would pay £163.87 per month. Total charge for credit will be £1,865.76 and total amount repayable is £7,865.76