TOP 10 Reason to Choose SUBARU!
- 5-star rating on safety
- SUBARU Boxer Engine
- Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive (Less Slip, More Grip)
- Car of the Year and Best Car to Buy in 2019
- Out of Subaru’s sold in the last 10 years, 95% of vehicles are still on the road today
- Most fuel-efficient SUV
- highest ground clearance
- We offer the expert care your Subaru deserves
- A Quiet Ride & Easy to load cargo Space
- User-Friendly Touchscreen Infotainment System
Control leads to confidence, and stability creates an agility thatexcites in the Forester. Subaru vehicles are gifted at inspiring confidence behind the wheel, thanks to the inherently stable design of Symmetrical AWD paired with the uniquely balanced SUBARU BOXER engine. This system delivers power to all four wheels at all times for enhanced control on all roads and in poor conditions. It has excellent side-to-side balance and handling precision, thanks to its main components being aligned longitudinally, whilst its low centre of gravity creates an especially engaging and responsive drive. The unique advantages of Symmetrical AWD make for exceptionally rewarding handling and empower you to better avoid danger.
Few other SUVs drive with the level of confidence and responsiveness of the Forester, and
the main reason for this lies beneath the surface—the SUBARU BOXER engine. Its horizontally
opposed configuration places the pistons 180 degrees apart, for a lower, flatter profile than
other engine types. This gives the engine, and therefore the overall vehicle, a lower centre
of gravity and better sense of balance. Further, the pistons’ opposing movements inherently
counteract each other, naturally helping to reduce vibration.
For the instant, seamless response to changing conditions, the Lineartronic CVT (Continuously Variable
Transmission) uses a chain instead of a belt—allowing a greater span of overall ratios for improved performance
and efficiency as well as faster response to throttle input. It’s longitudinally paired with an active torque split
AWD system that responds to traction conditions, the transmission and driver inputs by continuously
controlling the torque distribution front to rear.