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It was previously reported the new Subaru XV will arrive in Malaysia by the end of 2017, and we’ve already spotted the vehicle on our roads not too long ago. Now, what appears to be a price list for the second-generation SUV model has surfaced, revealing one of the variants to be the 2.0i-P.

The XV currently on sale now is available in two variants – 2.0i and 2.0i-P – and these variant offerings will likely be emulated for the new one as well. Looking at the figures, the new XV 2.0i-P appears to be priced at RM144,948 OTR without insurance.

As the current XV has been a locally assembled model since 2012, the new one will follow in its footsteps as well. In March 2016, Glenn Tan, executive director of Tan Chong International, revealed the company’s Segambut plant will be able to produce Subaru models that ride on the Subaru Global Platform, which include this new XV.

Later on, at the regional launch of the new XV in Taiwan, we were told that local assembly (CKD) of the new XV will begin in Malaysia by the end of 2017, with deliveries expected to take place early next year.

Based on the pricelist, the Malaysian-spec XV will be powered by a 2.0 litre boxer four-cylinder petrol engine, likely the updated FB20 unit with direct injection. For Taiwan-spec XVs, the powerplant serves up 154 hp and 196 Nm, and the engine is paired with an improved Lineartronic CVT and Subaru’s trademark Symmetrical AWD system.

With the new XV set to make its launch debut soon, Subaru Malaysia is offering some attractive deals for the current XV and Forester, where the former can be had from just RM109,968, complete with a free Subaru bodykit. That is a substantial discount from the price mentioned above, and you can find out more about the Subaru National Day Special, here.

GALLERY: 2017 Subaru XV 2.0i-S (Taiwan-spec)

GALLERY: 2017 Subaru XV 2.0i (Taiwan-spec)