That's a reasonable $500 increase over last year's Forester.
Subaru Forester News
From CR-V and Cherokee, to RAV4 and Rogue, they're all here.
Are you having a hard time telling the all-new 2019 Subaru Forester apart from its predecessor? Are you wondering what they actually changed? Well, it's as if Subaru sensed that confusion, and brought the new Forester's ancestors on stage for its debut here at the New York Auto Show.
Here it is, the all-new 2019 Subaru Forester, a lot like it was before, and a lot different. Six months of spy shots clued us in to evolutionary exterior on this fifth generation, which Subaru dubs "a more rugged style." Taking cues from the Ascent, instead of bodysides decorated with a couple of character lines, Subaru designers accentuate the sculpture of the entire span. In front, A larger, black gloss-finish grille cuts deeper into the bumper from the top, cladding around the lower into reac
Subaru continues to dribble out teaser images of its all-new 2019 Forester ahead of its reveal Wednesday at the New York Auto Show.
Following Toyota's romantic RAV4 silhouette teaser shot yesterday, Subaru is officially joining in the titillating game with a glimpse of the 2019 Forester. Subaru has toyed with pincer-shaped taillights for a few years on its Viziv concepts. The Ascent concept wore another version of the design, but the production Ascent got fitted with a set of highly unoffensive lamps. Looks like the Forester earns the retail nod for the conceptual units, and with it, a wider cargo opening. The taillights on
Subaru plans to release an all-wheel drive PHEV this year based on a current model, using some hybrid internals from the Toyota Prius Prime.
Lots of power in small packages.
It looks familiar, but is all-new underneath.
The package is an extra $1,150.
Comfortable, quirky, and plenty powerful, with some solid updates for 2017.
The Subaru Legacy, Outback, Impreza, and Forester are all affected.
The 2017 Subaru Forester gets a minor facelift, but the bigger changes are under the skin, including major EyeSight improvements and standard torque vectoring for the 2.0XT with Eyesight.
Subaru will recall the 2015-2016 WRX and Forester 2.0XT because the air intake for the turbo can crack and potentially cause the engine to stall.
In this video clip from our Patagonia adventure, we drive a Subaru Forester to the Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentina.