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Unfortunately, motoring journalist are not too fond of the entry level car. Actually, with the 9,6 seconds acceleration to 60 mph, it is hard not to dislike the CVT governed 2.5 liter engine. On the other hand, the 3.6 liter V6 is a brute. With almost 260 HP it is a capable engine with a power to match. Interestingly, fuel consumption isn’t too different in with fuel consumption on the 2.5i. Unfortunately, the 3.6 liter engine is available only with the top line trim which might be a problem. We are positive that Subaru will sort that out.

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  1. Aaron says:

    For the 15 Forester I highly recommend a thorough test drive on non-ideal roads. I differ with the “extreme comfort” claim. The thing jolts one’s head against the forward-angled headrest nearly constantly on most roads. The hard-as-rocks seats beg for a cushion, but on the passenger side a cushion disables the airbag. Stiffest car I’ve ever experienced. We’re waiting for the 16 Mazda CX-5 with the exact features we want to get rid of ours, happily taking the monetary loss of trading in a fairly new car. Beware!

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