British customers looking forward for a better off-road experience can opt for the Subaru XV Black Edition. It benefits from special under guards, front and rear mud flaps, new Crystal Black Silica finish and heavy-duty rubber floor mats.
Standard features also include cruise control, 17-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats and Vehicle Dynamics Control system.
Power is offered by a base 2.0-liter Boxer diesel engine alongside a similar petrol unit. Extra features such as Bluetooth connectivity, HID headlamps and dual-zone air conditioning can be ordered as well.
“Perfectly suited to everyday use in an urban or out of town environment, the ‘go anywhere’ XV combines the highest ground clearance of any vehicle in its segment with the lowest centre of gravity,” claims Subaru.
The new Subaru XV Black Edition starts at £24,495 for the base SE model and the 2.0-liter petrol engine while the more frugal diesel powerplant costs £24,995.