The 2018 Subaru Forester is one of over a dozen compact-crossover SUVs vying for your attention, but it's the only one with standard all-wheel drive. That trait has long made Subarus the favored vehicles of cold-weather states, while the Forester's ample ground clearance and ability to venture off-pavement have made it popular with the adventure-minded.
New Features and Revisions
The Forester Black Edition trim package arrives for 2018, bringing darkened aesthetics and paddle shifters, while models with the EyeSight driver-assist package get reverse auto braking and high-beam assist. Touring models receive the EyeSight Driver Assist as standard, with the turbo 2.0XT Touring models also gaining torque vectoring as standard.
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