Though it provides cargo utility and off-highway capability, the Subaru Forester is not a sport-utility vehicle in the traditional sense. It drives more like a car than a truck. That means it offers superior handling to trucks in all but the roughest terrain. There's nothing to fear from snow, mud, dirt, gravel or wet pavement with Subaru's well-designed suspension and excellent all-wheel-drive system. Yet crisp throttle response and competent handling make the Forester fun to drive on dry pavement.
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|MPG||21 City / 28 Hwy|
|Transmission||5-spd man w/OD|
|Power||165 @ 5600 rpm|
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