Practicality and all-wheel drive still define the Forester, but the redesigned 2019 is quieter, more civilized and classier.
The first goal for Subaru with its all-new, fifth-generation Forester was not to screw it up. The five-seat compact SUV has loyal buyers, and the past generation doubled its predecessor's sales.
The company came up with a 2019 Forester that's literally new throughout, but doesn't trumpet it. If you liked the fourth generation, you'll like the new one better — you just might have trouble spotting it in a parking lot. The Forester's defining characteristic remains practicality. The 2019 Forester is quieter and smoother and has higher-quality materials inside. The Subaru shot from being a laggard to finding a place among the leaders in multimedia technology, even... Read More