2018 Subaru Forester Efficiency, Price & Design Review

The 2018 Subaru Forester latest automaker to delve into the common realm of noir, Subaru has revealed a new 2018 Forester 2.5 I Black Edition Package. Available solely on the 2.5 I Premium variant of its popular AWD compact SUV, the Black Edition integrates a selection of appropriately color-keyed cosmetic touches plus several functional upgrades. Used in Crystal Black Silica, Dark Gray Metallic, Crystal White Pearl and Ice Silver Metallic, this new Subaru features 18-inch black-finished alloy wheels plus black accent cut on its foglamps, mirrors, and badges while the chrome-framed grille carries blacked-out wing elements. It also boasts steering-responsive LED headlamps from the Forester Touring/Limited.

2018 Subaru Forester Design

Beyond the brand-new 2.5 I Black Edition, all 2.0 XT models include Reverse Automatic Braking and High Beam Assist headlamps while the 2.0 XT Touring trim also gets Active Torque Vectoring culled from the WRX and WRX STI. Inside, this newest Forester version gets unique black fabric furniture with seat side supports, a leather-wrapped leader and move button, plus shifter paddles for its CVT computerized that management 6 exclusive equipments– a touch formerly just provided on XT Turbocompresseur designs. Rounding out the $1,150 choice team is the All-Weather Program, traction-enhancing X-Mode with Mountain Nice Control, a back freight plate and Welcome Illumination.

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2018 Subaru Forester Engine

For 2018, the Forester lineup returns in 2.5 I, 2.5 I Premium, 2.5 I Limited and 2.5 I Touring specification with a 170-horsepower/2.5- liter naturally aspirated 4-cylinder fighter engine along with 2.0 XT Premium and Touring models with a 2.0-liter turbocharged flat-4 that shows up the volume to 250 horsepower.

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2018 Subaru Forester Price

Prices for the 2018 Subaru Forester 2.5 I with a 6-speed handbook transmission opens at $23,710– a bump of $200 over its 2017 sticker– and updating to the CVT adds $1,000 to that figure. Prices for the 2018 Subaru Forester 2.5 I with a 6-speed handbook transmission opens at $23,710– a bump of $200 over its 2017 sticker– and updating to the CVT adds $1,000 to that figure. The Forester 2.5 i Premium commands $26,510 (6M) or $27,100 (CVT) while the CVT-only 2.5 i Limited starts at $30,310, the 2.5 i Touring at $34,005, the Forester 2.0 XT Premium at $30,410 and the 2.0 XT Touring at $37,005, all consisting of $915 in destination.