Subaru Forester

June 2003
Consumer Reports;Jun2003, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p52
Product Review
Evaluates the Subaru Forester sport-utility vehicle (SUV). Ability of the SUV to absorb shock and bumps on the road, and to steer well; Positive aspects of the vehicle, including ride, agility, steering, braking, and controls and displays; Negative aspects, including its gated shifter; Safety and reliability, which has been above average; Finding that larger child seats may block access to the other seats' belt buckles.


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