Subaru Forester

Power Doesn't Come Cheap When Subaru first offered a turbocharged Forester XT model to US customers for the 2004 model year, the shoe-shaped second-gen model fell into a ready-made competitive set of small, V6-powered crossovers and SUVs. The XT might have been more of a raucous…

- Reviewed by Seyth Miersma


2015 Subaru Forester
MSRP: $22,195 - $33,095
2014 Subaru Forester
MSRP: $21,995 - $32,995
2013 Subaru Forester
MSRP: $21,295 - $29,995
2012 Subaru Forester
MSRP: $20,595 - $29,895
2011 Subaru Forester
MSRP: $20,495 - $29,995
Subaru weighing Outback vs Forester approach for seven-seater

Subaru is keen to get back into the three-row crossover market to take on the likes of the Toyota Highlander, Nissan Pathfinder and Honda Pilot, while avoiding the mistakes it made with the Tribeca.
Subaru recalls 200k vehicles in snowy states to reapply anti-corrosion wax

Subaru calls back in nearly 200,000 Imprezas, WRXs, STIs and Foresters in salt-belt states to remedy an issue it's tried to fix before with anti-corrosion wax applied to the brake lines.
Is Subaru close to ditching 6-cylinder engines?

Subaru's 3.6-liter flat-six engine might not be long for this world, at least in some markets. According to one of the company's engineers, the Japanese brand may drop the mill from its models in favor of a focus on the 2.0-liter turbocharged flat-four.

For Sale

2014 Subaru Forester
$26,879 / 3,085 miles / NJ
2011 Subaru Forester
$20,991 / 34,985 miles / PA
2012 Subaru Forester
$18,900 / 52,472 miles / NJ
"I'm happy to report that the Forester is still just as capable as it's always been. While the car is slightly larger, weight was kept in check (it's about 40 pounds heavier), and you still have 8.7 inches of ground clearance, more than all the Forester's direct competition and really pretty good for any modern, production SUV.