2014 Subaru Forester’s X Mode delivers for active lifestyles
Subaru knows their customers well, and the new 2014 Forester will be purchased by people around the globe with active lifestyles. The new 2014 Forester is a global vehicle and the X Mode that is featured on the crossover will allow owners in North America, Europe, Eurasia and Australia to go through some very extreme conditions. Most SUV owners never take their vehicle off-road, but Subaru owners are a different breed and the X Mode gives the extra assist they will need.
Subaru owners enjoy active lifestyles
You won’t find Subaru owners sitting on the couch watching extreme sports. Buyers of the new 2014 Forester will use the crossover to enjoy winter sports themselves in the mountains around the globe for skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling. They will encounter high mountain passes that are covered in snow and the X Mode will get them there safely. Owners will also use the new Forester for summer sporting activities like hiking, biking, trail running and back country fishing trips. Owners will encounter unpaved roads that are slippery and uneven and the X Mode will get them to their destination and back home safely. Subaru also piled on the refinements to the chasis for ride comfort.
With a flip of a switch X Mode is available
On unpaved and slippery roads, torque is not distributed evenly to all four wheels and one or more wheels can begin to slip and the vehicle can lose traction and get stuck in the snow or mud. X Mode is designed to be used easily and can be engaged with a flip of a switch. The X Mode will allow any driver regardless of skill level, to escape any extreme situation they may encounter. Many families who buy the 2014 Forester may live in harsh climates around the globe and family members can engage the system easily. Subaru also designed the new Forester with extra details on the inside for families.
Extreme testing of X Mode on the Forester
The new 2014 Subaru Forester will be sold globally and the Japanese automaker needed a vehicle that could handle the most extreme situations on any road, anywhere. Subaru tested the new crossover mules in many different conditions where extra traction was needed. The testing took place in environments that were more extreme than the average driver will ever encounter. But Subaru knows that their owners are anything but average.
Forester X Mode will make it happen