Three things that set 2015 Subaru Forester apart from the crowd
Not all small SUVs are created equal and here are three things that set the 2015 Subaru Forester apart from the rest. The 2015 Forester has made its dealer launch, now the compact SUV gets its own digital online interactive brochure. There are more, but here are three things that set 2015 Subaru Forester apart from the crowd along with customer testimonials.
A beast in the snow
Subaru doesn’t adapt AWD components to a front- or rear-wheel drive vehicle, they develop all their multi-use vehicles around Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. Many automakers do adapt their AWD system to fit a front-drive configuration and thus they function passively, transferring torque away from the main drive wheels only when they slip. The competition equipped with such systems essentially operate in two-wheel drive when there is no slippage. They can be better than front-drive car, but don’t provide the “full-time” benefits and road handling ability that a true full-time All-Wheel Drive system like Subaru’s does.
Here is Sara V from Dorr, Michigan and what she says, My Forester is a beast in the snow. She can go through anything, even if I don’t clear the driveway for a few days. Out of the roads I feel safe and I even call her Lil Beast because she goes through anything, and still gets spectacular mileage. 28-30 highway is the norm.”
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