During the Frankfurt Motor Show Subaru will launch a new model, Subaru Levorg, a family with striking aesthetics and boxer engine turbo petrol 1.6. But Levorg not be alone in the booth, since among other models of the brand find that the Subaru XV , the best-selling firm in Spain, model receives a number of changes to catch day.
One of the most notable changes in the 2016 Subaru XV is the adaptation of new diesel and gasoline meet Euro 6 rules and already mounted other models of the brand. The Subaru XV 2.0 diesel engine will deliver 147 horses, but reduces emissions of CO2 and nitrogen oxides and their average consumption becomes 5.4-liter, 0.2 liters less than before. Following a change in the vast majority of engine components such as turbo, injectors or block, the noise levels and vibration levels also decrease .
engine 150 hp 2.0 petrol with CVT Lineartronic now claims to have reduced their average consumption by as much as half a liter , to 6.5. CO2 emissions also go from 160-151 grams per kilometer. The smaller 114 hp 1.6 emits 10 grams of CO2 (141 grams) and maintains its average consumption of 6.5 liters per 100 kilometers.
The 2016 Subaru XV will not experience changes in your body, but if the passenger experience improvements. Subaru will introduce the new multimedia quipo StarLink touch screen 7 “, which includes a new voice recognition system, parking camera and other features. Table watches, with blue background and new color LCD screen can also modernized. Similarly, the multifunction steering wheel is updated and USB and AUX sockets for better access relocate. A new shifter for automatic models and a chrome details inside this update will top the Subaru XV, which is accompanied by a more modern versions with key access and keyless start.
Subaru also introduces improvements in the buffer and address of the XV and adopts VDC system, which brakes the inner wheel during cornering to enhance the car’s path.
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Article XV The Subaru updated its range of engines and equipment was originally published in Current Motor.