2015 Subaru XV CrosstrekScott Treanor - Davis, CA09/16/2016
The engine is gutless. The mileage is listed as 35-40 MPG which highly exaggerated. I get 26. I figured manual transmission would get better mileage. I was wrong. The hi-tech radio doesn't get satellite radio and has never worked properly. The bluetooth setting is terrible. It's totally inconvenient to use and hazardous because you have to constantly mess with it for 5-10 minutes when first start driving.
I think I'm a Subaru person now!
2013 Subaru XV CrosstrekJoe Schambach - Arlington, VA10/13/2015
Overall, this car has been great so far! It gets good gas mileage and handles really well. The power leaves something to be desired and feels like it struggles on hills, but that's just the engine design and you get used to it pretty quickly. I can see myself having this car for many years to come.
2015 Subaru XV Crosstrekkelly johnson - vancouver, WA09/07/2016
Smooth drive, average to low cabin noise, easy to 'learn the size' for parking. Has the perfect amount of get-up-and-go on entrance ramps and for passing. Previously, I was driving a Honda Civic so this is a nice upgrade. Really happy.
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