New Subaru Forester in Yakima, WA

The Subaru Forester: Comfort For The Whole Family

Do you need a modern SUV with up-to-date technology? Look no further; the Subaru Forester is the model you need. This year's Forester has everything that Stewart Subaru SUV lovers desire; from a roomy interior equipped with innovative technology to a tough material to reduce the effect of a collision. The company equipped this SUV with some new features like LED headlights responsive to the steering wheel to make the SUV perform better. For better safety, the SUV has automatic high beams and a reminder for the rear passengers to put on their seatbelts, all of which lack in the previous year's model. Some added features to this year's model are limited to a particular trim to give Union Gap buyers options. For example, the Premier trim has fog lights and keyless ignition.

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Subaru Forester Features


New Forester Interior front seats

Interior

The Forester's interior is roomier than ever. The cargo space is 35.4 cubic feet in volume when all the rear seats are upright. The volume reaches a maximum of 76.1 cubic feet when Yakima, WA drivers fold the back seats. The shoulder room in the front seat is shocking, and so is that at the back. Legroom and headroom will also be the least of worry for passengers who are 6-feet tall. Comfort is the motto for this SUV. The furnishing is done with materials of acceptable quality. For drivers who appreciate views of the sky and value extra lighting of the cabin, a moonroof is optional.

New Subaru Forester with family

Exterior

Subaru deserves some credit for how stylish they designed the Subaru Forester. The stylish look was achieved by thin pillars and large areas covered with glass to give Yakima, WA drivers a better outward look while driving. There is a cladding in the lower body of the SUV to guard it against rocks and mud. Underguards in the side, back, and front of the SUV are standard across all models.

Subaru Forester parked outside a store

Technology

The console at the center supports a standard 6.5-inch touchscreen that can sometimes be 8 inches large. You can link your Android or iPhone to the SUV to access files on your smartphone. The SUV also has automatic climate control, a CD player, USB ports, satellite radio, and adaptive LED headlights to improve efficiency and connectivity in the SUV.

Safety

DriverFocus, EyeSight, and blind-spot detection are the primary driver aids for the new Forester. DriverFocus monitors the awareness and distraction of the driver by the use of infrared sensors. The system alerts the driver of distraction and reduces the speed of the SUV for safety. EyeSight is a system with aids like automatic emergency brakes, lane centering, and forward-collision mitigation.

New Subaru Forester Sport rearview

Performance and towing capabilities

A single engine will be available for Ellensburg drivers in the new Subaru Forester; the flat-4 2.5-liter engine. The choice may be limited, but it is very efficient in getting the job done. This engine rates at 176 pound-feet and 182 hp torque and horsepower, respectively. The engine also has two pairs of cylinders that oppose each other. Additionally, it can tow payloads weighing up to 1500 pounds. Thanks to the available intelligent driving modes, rides in the Forester couldn't get any smoother than those in this year's model. If you want an SUV with a sharper response in all its controls, then this Forester is the way to go. Shift paddles for the manual mode of the continuously variable transmission in the SUV enable an automatic seven-speed transmission simulation. The SUV can record fuel economy ratings of 29 mpg city and 33 mpg highway. This saves Toppenish drivers from the need to make frequent stops for fuel. The standard driving mode is activated when all the wheels receive power from the transmission.


Visit Stewart Subaru Today!

The Subaru Forester comes in an array of trims that give drivers wide selection options. Visit our dealership or contact us for information on the financing options available when purchasing the car. If you're in Wapato or Selah, WA, we will also offer you a test drive to experience what it is like to drive this SUV.