THROUGH THE RANGE
Which trim level might suit you?
UNLIKE the Eclipse Cross, there are two petrol engine options on the XV, including a less powerful 1.6i variant. The 2.0i Lineartronic XV we’ve tested comes in two trim levels, starting with SE spec.
Put down an identical deposit to our deals on the Eclipse Cross (£3,000) and you’ll pay £391 per month on a three-year, 10,000 miles per annum contract, helped by a £1,000 contribution from Subaru.
SE spec comes well equipped, with the Eyesight tech, Carplay and Android Auto, climate control, keyless entry and go, a reversing camera, DAB, Bluetooth and cruise control all included. Stepping up to the SE Premium model we’ve tested adds sat-nav and electric leather seats. It costs £432 per month. Given the generous spec on the SE version, we’d opt for this model.