Panoramic moonroof (100% UV light-reducing), Heated Front Seats, Heated Steering Wheel, Rear-Vision Camera; Rear Seat Reminder; SI-DRIVE with Sport Sharp (S#) mode, LED Fog Lights; SUBARU STARLINK 6.5” Multimedia Plus, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Dual Rear USB Charge Ports, Blind-Spot Detection with Lane Change Assist and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert; EyeSight Driver Assist Technology: Pre-Collision Braking System, Lane Departure and Sway Warning with Lane Keep Assist, Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control with Lane Centering; Reclining Rear Seatback, 60/40-Split Flat-Folding Rear Seatback, Cargo-Area Cover, Roof Rails, SI-DRIVE Engine Performance Management, 2.5-Liter DOHC 4-Cylinder SUBARU BOXER Engine, Lineartronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) 7-Speed Manual Mode with Paddle Shifters, Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, X-MODE with Hill Descent Control, 17” Alloy Wheels; Balance of Factory Warranty and ONLY 4,770 km
37,600 +tax or 278 Bi-Weekly | Payment includes tax & transfer, ZERO cash down. Financing Bi-Weekly, Weekly & Monthly payments and NO Payments for 45 days available | NO Dealer Fees & NO Admin Fees |
The 2022 Forester is an SUV that can’t be summed up in three letters. It offers room for long weekends, reliability for daily drives, and a wide range of safety innovations—so peace of mind will follow wherever you go. And every Forester is built to last—97% of Subaru Forester vehicles sold in the last 10 years are still on the road today, more than Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, Ford Escape, or Hyundai Santa Fe.
The Subaru Forester is a smart, well-executed small SUV that boasts a roomy interior, great fuel economy, and plenty of standard safety equipment.
Its interior design, however, offers a bit more for your eyes to chew on. It is mostly designed for function, but some decently pleasant shapes and materials dress it all up. In this top trim, at least, Subaru really went to town with the contrast stitching. It’s all over the dash, all over the seats, and even graces the door cards.
Favorite Features: LARGE CARGO OPENING – This aspect is easily overlooked until there’s a big item to stow in the cargo area. Golf bags don’t need tilting to slide in sideways. This aperture, 51.3 inches wide, has a 6-inch advantage over the nearest rival.
With a handsome design, the Forester shows that you can make it perfectly clear you’re capable of heading off-road without the over-the-top aggression that seems to be necessary for every other off-road intender. Instead of invoking images of crashing over jumps and pulverizing rocks, the Forester looks like it will gently ease past a family of deer along the roadside. The sunroof and low cowl give you an impressive view of all of the nature the design implies you’ll be visiting.
The Verdict: I’ve always liked the Forester, and this mild makeover is well done. It doesn’t touch what didn’t need fixing but brings a smoother ride and better looks. There’s a lot of competition in this segment, with some very good rivals, but Subaru definitely has the contender.
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