Subaru has a knack for making the right size vehicles for the marketplace, with just the right level of capability people want. As the SUV landscape has changed and traditional body-on-frame SUVs have been overtaken by unibody crossovers and sport/utes, Subaru has changed as well. It moved from selling smaller wagons to making unibody crossovers, and these vehicles resonate with buyers. The company’s Forester and Outback have gotten larger over time, but not so large that they scare off loyal Subaru fans. Subarus aren’t over the top or ostentatious; they’re honest and smart.alltypeofcars.com.
According to reviewers, the 2015 Subaru Forester’s generous cargo space, ample rear-seat legroom, good fuel economy and standard all-wheel drive make it a highly appealing compact SUV.
The 2015 Forester has a standard four-cylinder engine that test drivers agree has sufficient power in most situations. Still, many say the available turbocharged four-cylinder engine delivers livelier acceleration. A manual transmission is standard, and reviewers find that the Forester’s available continuously variable transmission makes acceleration from a stop somewhat jerky, especially in models with the base engine. All-wheel drive is standard, and the Forester’s fuel economy is up to an EPA-estimated 24/32 mpg city/highway, which is good among all-wheel drive compact SUVs. According to auto journalists, the Forester has a comfortable ride and composed handling, though most agree that it isn’t especially sporty.
Fortunately Forester still has a number of other tricks to entertain users. The first is the ability of off-road owned. Not only equipped with high ground clearance, the car is also equipped with special off-road features. Call it the X-mode driver that will be set to the optimal position for the track slippery, then it is also equipped with Hill Descent Control that is able to keep the pace car at the steep slope though.
AWD drive system also advanced. He was able to traction at each wheel and deliver power to the wheels that still have traction enough to receive the engine power. As a result he was able to get out of the rough terrain more easily.
In terms of accommodation Forester gave pretty good satisfaction. Trunk is big enough, plus can be opened electrically. If still not, you can fold the middle seat to create a space of about 2,000 liters of luggage volume.