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"It's not the best looking SUV out there, but the Subaru Forester is
practical, rugged and reliable."
Subaru has always excelled at rugged, no frills SUVs. The new Forester
picks up where the old one left off, but offers more interior space,
sharper handling and smart looks.
As you can see the boot is a decent size, larger than a Nissan Qashqai with
a flat load lip and with the seats folded as easily as pulling this lever
standard on all but the cheapest you can transport larger items.
Thanks to a lowered floor there is also more room for passengers, headroom
and legroom is plentiful and these big wide opening doors make it easy to
get in and out.
In fact the whole cabin is larger because the front pillars have been moved
forwards and for items that you don't put in the boot, there is a large
cubby hole here. The new Forester definitely lives up to practical
reputation built by previous models as there is more storage here and here.
There is enough adjustment in the seat to find a comfortable driving
position, and on that note...
The first place I wanted to drive was off road, the 4x4 system adapts to
whatever conditions you are driving in (perfect for the rough British
winter), and features hill hold and downhill aid functions as standard.
Plus the suspension settings are well judged keeping things comfortable on
Minimising body roll in the corners on tarmac. Combine that with the good
throttle response, lower centre of gravity and more rigid body and the
Forester has an improved drive over the 3rd generation it replaces. If it's
towing that you will be doing then this car can tow 2 tonnes and is fitted
with a stabilisation system to keep things under control when your trailer
or caravan is attached.
Now though it is time to talk about its negative points. I will start with
the steering. Although light it offers very little feedback. The the CVT
automatic gearbox is not smooth and is a bit whiny. But the real whining
will come from your purse because despite fuel consumption and performance
coming on leaps and bounds in recent years, sadly the Forester's figures do
not fare well against the competition. You will be lucky to get 28 miles to
the gallon out of the 2.0 litre petrol, so you could go for the diesel
which returns a more acceptable 49 miles to the gallon, but that's still
some way behind the Mazda CX-5 and Ford Kuga.
Inside, there are some cheap looking buttons and switches, however let's
not forget what type of vehicle this is, it's a rugged, fit for purpose,
hard wearing Subaru with a loyal following by those that love its
workmanlike charm. And for that reason, it's sure to win the heart of those
wanting a dependable, reliable and practical SUV.
Subaru Forester off road
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