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2012 Subaru Forester Compact Crossover SUV

2012 Subaru Forester Compact SUV

With one driver's hands griping a sporty steering wheel and the automatic transmission's manual shift mode set in the lowest gear, a Forester 2.5XT Touring edition applies big torque from a gutsy turbo-charged four-cylinder engine to all four wheels through a four-wheel-drive (4WD) mechanism which operates automatically. Read More »

2006 Subaru Forester Compact Crossover Sport Utility Vehicle/Wagon

With a car-like body and SUV-like versatility, the Subaru Forester has been doing for years what many newly designed cars are trying to do in 2006. It's a wonderful car mechanically that feels remarkably similar to the expensive German sedans, but not everybody likes the way it looks. A practical, well-packaged cabin is great for hauling a family and all their gear. In addition to comfortable seating areas, it has a big cargo area in back that outshines many small SUVs' cargo capacity. Read More »

2005 Subaru Forester Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

The chassis of a sporty coupe -- Subaru's Impreza -- underpins agile Forester the sport-utility vehicle. It was rebuilt in 2003 and earned optional turbo-charged power last year, with 2005 models showing four trims including a deluxe new 2.5 XS L. L. Bean edition.

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2003 Subaru Forester 2.5 XS Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

The Subaru Forester is an anomaly within the Sport Utility Vehicle market. Despite not making any drastic changes to the 2003 model, an eagerly awaiting buying public are lined up to get one of their very own. Whether it’s a year end 2002 model or the latest iteration of the Forester, it seems Subaru dealers never have a problem selling each new vehicle they receive. So what makes it all the rage to own one? Read More »