Subaru XV review

Category: Family SUV

Section: Interior

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  • Subaru XV 2019 front tracking
  • Subaru XV 2019 rear left handling
  • Subaru XV
  • Subaru XV
  • Subaru XV
  • Subaru XV 2019 rear tracking
  • Subaru XV 2019 front static on grass
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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

If you have a prod and a poke around the XV’s interior, you’ll find tactile soft-touch plastics in prominent locations. But you’ll also notice some flimsy-feeling switches and cheaper materials. So while it's a pretty good effort, it still falls some way short of providing the kind of perceived quality you’ll experience in the Skoda Karoq.

The steering wheel and seats have plenty of adjustment, making it easy to get comfortable regardless of your height. And the wheel itself is trimmed in leather, making it pleasant to hold. It's just a pity that its buttons, which control the stereo and various safety systems, look so cheap.