Subaru Forester News

The fifth-generation 2020 Subaru Forester is a compact SUV that gives consumers a vehicle with standard all-wheel-drive, a raised ride height and loaded with safety technology. The Forester received a complete remodel in 2019 and gets new upgrades for the 2020 model change.

The newest upgrade for 2020 is all Subaru Forester trims now come with a new Rear Seat Reminder. The new feature will give the driver a reminder on the dash to check the rear seat before exiting the SUV.

All Foresters come standard with the brand’s EyeSight driver assist technology, and for the 2020 model change, the SUV also gets a new Lane Centering function and Lane Departure Prevention. Lane-centering gives the driver a gentle nudge of the steering wheel, and it’s designed to keep the Forester centered in the lane.

The 2020 Subaru Forester is offered in five trim levels: Base, Premium, Sport, Limited and Touring. Pricing on the Forester begins at $24,495 (+$200). The top-selling Premium trim jumps the most and is priced from $27,395 (+$700).

The Sport trim adds unique appearance elements and enhanced standard equipment and is priced at $28,995 (+$200). The 2020 Forester Limited models begin at $31,095 (+$300). 2020 Touring is priced from $34,595 (+$300). Destination and delivery add $1,010.

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