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The Subaru XV Crosstrek is a 5-door SUV with front-engine and all-wheel drive. It gains power from the gasoline engine parts of 1.6 L FB16 H4, 2.0 L FB20B H4, 2.0 L FB20X H4, and diesel engine of 2.0 L EE20 H4 which produce 148 hp (110 kW) (in the United States). They were equipped with a CVT, 5-speed manual, and 6-speed manual (Europe and Australia) transmission and had 17-inch wheels, roof rails, and tinted glass. The Limited trim offers parts of a 4.2-inch touchscreen and backup camera and an all-weather package with heated seat parts. For the 2014 model year, the Hybrid was introduced and offered in two trims, the higher with new features and some optional on non-hybrid Premium and Limited trims. The 2015 model includes all interiors add a reversing camera, a 6.2-inch head unit and upgraded electric power steering. The Limited Edition comes with an insulated glass windshield, optional keyless ignition, and an upgraded instrument cluster that includes color LCD parts. For the 2016 model, the Premium trim offers an all-weather package with heated seats part, mirrors, and Subaru's Starlink safety and security system as an option, including an SOS button, automatic collision notification system, stolen vehicle recovery, and vehicle monitoring app. The 2017 model has the Platinum Special Edition, which includes special interior and exterior styling, a sunroof, keyless ignition and entry, and blind-spot monitoring with rear traffic alert.
Maintaining a Subaru XV Crosstrek in prime condition is essential for family safety, hence it's vital to anticipate and resolve potential issues promptly. According to user feedback on CarComplaints.com, owners report compromised vehicle control in slushy, snowy, or icy conditions, often described as a floating sensation veering left and right. This issue, common in snowy regions, is significant and should not be overlooked. It can typically be addressed through rear alignment, or by replacing worn control arm bushings or tie rod ends. Another prevalent issue is excessive oil consumption, with some owners needing to top up engine oil every 1,200 to 3,000 miles, often indicated by the oil light activating between changes. This could suggest a failing oil filter or other engine component issues, necessitating inspection of the XV Crosstrek's piston ring or timing cover. Regular upkeep of parts like the wiper arm, which may start flaking paint, causing streaks on the windshield, or have blades not touching the windshield, is also essential. Replacement should be considered when these issues arise. Similarly, as wiper blades operate in harsh outdoor conditions, replacing them at least annually is advisable to maintain driving safety.
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