Why This Year’s Spring Will Be Even Better: A New SUV from Subaru

Even as winter sets in, we’re eagerly anticipating the delights of spring. Increased sunshine. Gorgeous flowers. In addition, Subaru will introduce the all-new 2025 Subaru Forester in the spring of 2024. The greatest aspects of the outgoing customer favorite are retained in the sixth generation Forester, along with some fantastic new features. The recently concluded Los Angeles Auto Show served as the launchpad for the 2025 Subaru Forester.


Base, Premium, Sport, Limited, and Touring are the five trim levels that the 2025 Subaru Forester will come in at debut in the spring. Subaru claims that hybrid and Wilderness variants will come soon, maybe in a year or less.


Over 2.6 million Subaru Foresters have been sold in the United States, making it the company’s workhorse model. In its “First Look” review, MotorTrend.com stated that the 2025 Forester “looks compelling if you want a very well-rounded mainstream five-seat compact SUV.”


What’s fresh? A few highlights


revised Pleiades star cluster insignia and a new grille that draws attention to the sharp LED headlights are two of the stronger characteristics of the redesigned appearance.

Better performance and stability thanks to a 10% stiffer Subaru Global Platform, which the company claims will result in a quieter and more comfortable ride. Wider field of vision, improved control software, and an electric brake booster are all features of the most recent EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology version, which Subaru claims will “operate more smoothly and quickly and under a greater range of conditions than prior versions.”

New Emergency Stop Assist is available; if the driver ignores warnings, it will automatically stop the vehicle, activate the hazard lights, unlock the doors, and contact emergency services via SUBARU STARLINK®.

When the 2025 Forester pauses before accelerating ahead on an incline, Incline Start Assist prevents it from rolling backward.

A camera focused on the driver is used by the DriverFocus® Distraction Mitigation System (standard on Touring trim), which focuses on the driver and uses facial recognition software to identify signs of weariness and concentration deficits.

Improved, more supportive front seats—ventilated seats are available on the Touring model—that improve comfort while reducing tiredness.

updated climate control system that uses less fuel by focusing only on seats that are occupied rather than the full cabin.

Novel Hands-Free Capability A simple kick beneath the back bumper opens and closes the tailgate with ease thanks to the rear gate. The cargo space now has eight more tie-down points.

All trims save the Base have an 11.6-inch center-mounted Multimedia Plus system that makes it simple to access the vehicle’s climate control, radio, and other features. The base model has two 7.0-inch high-definition touchscreens.


A Few Guards


178 lb-feet of torque and 180 horsepower are produced by Subaru’s 2.5-liter BOXER® engine, which is paired to a continuously variable transmission. Upgraded trim levels come with power shifters and a manual mode.

Equivalent Drive All Wheels

Great head and leg room, 60-40 foldable rear seats that expand the carrying capacity to 74.4 cubic feet, and the industry-winning EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology are just a few of the features that have helped Subaru earn multiple Top Safety Pick+ ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Standard. Keyless entry via a remote, power door locks, steering-responsive LED headlights with automatic high beam, tire pressure monitoring with individual wheel display, and welcome lighting. The 2025 Forester offers a lot more to love. There’s definitely something to anticipate. We will notify you when it is available for in-person viewing when you register for updates.

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