The SVX was a very limited-production luxury coupe with few real competitors -- a little like the Lexus SC 300 or Nissan 300ZX 2+2 (but much less expensive). The SVX's most distinguishing feature was the side window arrangement. Radically curved glass wraps around the front and rear of the car, with smaller opening glass panels that don't reach up to the roof.
Styling, in general, was pushed toward the leading edge. The SVX made a love-it-or-hate it impression, a distinct advantage over its wedge-shaped XT6 predecessor, which seemed only to attract hate.
Year-to-year changes[edit | edit source]
Retail prices[edit | edit source]
- $23,900 (1994 Subaru SVX L)
- $28,550 (1994 Subaru SVX LS)
- $33,850 (1994 Subaru SVX LSi)
As of October 28, 1994:
- $26,800 (1995 Subaru SVX L)
- $28,300 (1995 Subaru SVX L with all-wheel drive)
- $34,350 (1995 Subaru SVX LSi)
As of June 1, 1995:
- $27,250 (1995 Subaru SVX L)
- $28,750 (1995 Subaru SVX L with all-wheel drive)
- $34,800 (1995 Subaru SVX LSi)