Get Ready For The Arrival of the All New Subaru 2017 Crosstrek At The Geneva Motor Show 2017

Jan 30, 2017 10:02 PM EST | Hannah Jill Jose

This next generation of Subaru XV 2017 SUV will be seen at the Geneva Motor Show 2017 this coming March. Only one image of the new Subaru XV 2017 has been released and it will be full of personalities. There will be a speech from the FHI President & CEO, Yasuki Yoshinaga at Subaru booth on 7th March at 11:00 AM (Central European Time) about the new Subaru XV 2017.

This is a right-sized compact crossover, The new Subaru 2017 Crosstrek is combined with ample cargo and fuel efficiency for everyday drive. It also has a Standard roof that provides additional cargo capability the Starlink Safety and Security that includes Automatic Collision Notification. This feature is enhanced with roadside assistance and stolen vehicle recovery with remote services.

The details of the new Subaru XV 2017 have been a secret. It boasts of its Symmetrical wheel drive system and 2.0i SE engine that produced 116 mpH in 10 seconds. Its safety features it includes brake assists system, safety pedal, and daytime lights.

The new Subaru XV 2017 has a 1.6-liter turbocharged petrol engine and electric motors on the front wheels and a traditional mixture of petrol and diesel engines. The new color scheme of  Subaru XV 2017 is called Glacier Khaki Silica, it has been designed to induce glacier ice. It has a Blind-Spot Detection in each mirror side with a visual indicator and a Rear Cross Traffic Alert that warns if there is traffic approaching.

The smallest SUV has returned and is based on Impreza compact, a five-speed manual transmission and this year humorously has a big minor change. These changes will carry the car through the Subaru XV Crosstreck 2018 model.

 

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