The Subaru Forester's new rear opening is larger than whatever else you'll find. That can make loading crates for dogs, luggage or camping equipment so much easier.
Subaru isn’t endeavoring to consider most things crazy with its Forester — instead, it’s doubling recorded on what meant it was the single most popular Subies ever. The conventional additional driver assist features, LED headlamps additionally, the all-wheel-drive system produce the new Forester more inviting with the regular Joe, while using the optional roof rail’s ability to support a tent as well as the revised X-Mode making it an improved overlander. Having less a stick shift may make stick-only diehards shy away on the dealer lot and head into a Crosstrek — especially since these ride about the same platform. But overall, the brand new Forester lives around the earlier car's legacy.