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Specifications and price of Subaru Forester

 


What's going on for 2021? 


Subaru has made versatile Driven headlamps and programmed high beams standard across the Forester setup for 2021 while the Restricted model presently comes with a seven-speed manual mode for the continuously factor programmed transmission (CVT). Another back focus console storage plate has been added to everything except the base model. 


While the Restricted and Visiting trims are a lot fancier, we think the Exceptional model offers the best blend of significant worth and features. The outside upgrades—17-inch wheels, a back spoiler, and body-shading sideview mirrors—make it look less like a rental car and the inside includes luxuries such as a panoramic sunroof, a 10-way power-adjustable driver's seat, leaning back seatbacks, a locally available Wi-Fi hotspot, and a six-speaker sound system. 


Motor, Transmission, and Execution 


All Forester models are fueled by the same 2.5-liter level four-chamber motor that makes 182 horsepower and can tow 1500 pounds. A continuously factor programmed transmission (CVT) routes the motor's ability to Subaru's brand name all-wheel-drive system. At our test track, our 2019 Forester Visiting test vehicle required 8.5 seconds to arrive at 60 mph—not actually exciting execution, however it'll address the issues of most buyers. Those searching for more oomph should look at the Honda CR-V or the turbocharged versions of the Mazda CX-5 and the Kia Sportage. For a SUV with no sporting intentions, the Forester's taking care of is equipped. The ride is consistent and refined, the steering is precise, and the brakes are sufficiently strong for crisis stops. 


Mileage and Genuine MPG 


With EPA mileage ratings that coordinate a large part of the minimized crossover segment (26 mpg city, 33 mpg thruway), the Forester will probably satisfy buyers seeking effectiveness. In our 200-mile parkway efficiency test, our Forester Visiting test vehicle missed its thruway mileage rating by 1 mpg, returning 32 mpg. Nonetheless, that figure matches the result that the CR-V Visiting and the Toyota RAV4 Experience conveyed. 


Inside, Solace, and Cargo 


The Forester's lodge is a straight-forward, decoration free issue with a decent driving position and incredible outward visibility. Our Visiting model's inside was pleasantly finished with caramel-shaded calfskin on the seats, entryway panels, and dash; finished plastic trim layered on the rest of the lodge looked and felt of high caliber, as well, while glossy-dark plastic on the middle stack and the chrome plated and matte-metallic plastic trims spruced things up very well. The rearward sitting arrangement is bounty spacious (there is no third-line alternative), and even adults should discover the seat an agreeable roost for travels. We fit 11 of our carry-on suitcases behind the secondary lounge and an incredible 23 with the rearward sitting arrangements collapsed. That is more than either the CX-5 or the RAV4 could muster, however the CR-V maximized at 25 carry-ons with its back seats stowed. 


Infotainment and Availability 


All Forester models come standard with a touchscreen infotainment system using Subaru's latest Starlink interface. Base, Premium, and Sport models come standard with a 6.5-inch display, however a bigger 8.0-inch unit is discretionary on the Sport and standard on the Restricted and Visiting models. Two USB ports are accommodated front-seat passengers; two more are discretionary and reside on the rear of the middle console, giving back seat passengers an approach to juice their smartphones. Route is accessible just on the Restricted and Visiting, however for those who choose to stick with a lower model, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capacity are both standard and can give divert by-divert directions broadcast from the user's gadget. Installed Wi-Fi by means of a 4G LTE information association is standard on everything except the base Forester. 


Safety and Driver-Assistance Features 


The Forester acquired a five-star rating from the Public Expressway Traffic Safety Administration and a Top Safety Pick designation from the Insurance Institute for Parkway Safety. All models come standard with Subaru's EyeSight suite of camera-based driver-assistance features. Key safety features include: 


Standard robotized crisis slowing down 


Standard versatile cruise control 


Standard path takeoff cautioning with path keeping assist 


Guarantee and Support Inclusion 


The Forester's guarantee is basic, and buyers will be paying cash based for support visits. Rivals such as the Sportage and the Hyundai Tucson—the two of which offer a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain guarantee—and the RAV4—which offers two years of free scheduled upkeep—offer more benefit here than the Subaru. 


Restricted guarantee covers 3 years or 36,000 miles 


Powertrain guarantee covers 5 years or 60,000 miles 


No free scheduled upkeep 


Specifications 


2019 Subaru Forester Visiting 


VEHICLE TYPE: front-motor, all-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-entryway hatchback 


Cost AS TESTED: $35,270 (base cost: $35,270) 


Motor Sort: DOHC 16-valve level 4, aluminum square and heads, direct fuel infusion 


Displacement: 152 cu in, 2498 cc 


Force: 182 hp @ 5800 rpm 


Force: 176 lb-ft @ 4400 rpm 


TRANSMISSION: continuously factor programmed with manual shifting mode 


CHASSIS 


Suspension (F/R): 12.4-in vented disk/11.2-in vented disk 


Brakes (F/R): struts/control arms 


Tires: Falken Ziex ZE001 A/S, 225/55R-18 98H M+S 


DIMENSIONS 


Wheelbase: 105.1 in 


Length: 182.1 in 


Width: 71.5 in 


Stature: 68.1 in 


Passenger volume: 108 cu ft 


Cargo volume: 33 cu ft 


Check weight: 3601 lb 


C/D TEST RESULTS 


Zero to 60 mph: 8.5 sec 


Zero to 100 mph: 23.7 sec 


Zero to 110 mph: 31.8 sec 


Moving start, 5–60 mph: 9.0 sec 


Top stuff, 30–50 mph: 4.3 sec 


Top stuff, 50–70 mph: 5.9 sec 


Standing ¼-mile: 16.6 sec @ 86 mph 


Maximum velocity (drag restricted): 127 mph 


Slowing down, 70–0 mph: 168 ft 


Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.83 g 


C/D Efficiency 


Observed: 23 mpg

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