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The Subaru Forester is a compact crossover vehicle and is sometimes called a crossover utility vehicle. While it is often called a SUV, the Forester uses a car chassis and unibody construction, meaning the frame and body are not separate. This classifies the Forester as...

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The Continental ContiProContact tire is the best overall tire for the 2015 Subaru Forester as of March 2015, according to tire review site BestReviews.com. The site also recommends the Dunlop Grandtrek AT20 as a winter tire for the Forester.

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In April 2013, 10,137 2014-model Subaru Foresters were recalled due to a faulty floor mat design. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found that the floor mats were susceptible to curling when exposed to heat, which could cause them to interfere with oper...

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In addition to the standard Forester 2.5i, the 2015 Subaru Forester is available as the 2.5i Premium, Limited and Touring models. Additionally, the Subaru Forester is available in 2.0XT Premium and Touring models, according to Subaru.com.

www.reference.com/article/subaru-forester-rate-among-consumers-37ed55e1be2ebcef

Customer reviews for the 2015 Subaru Forester SUV are generally favorable, with the vehicle scoring four out of five stars in customer reviews on the auto information website Edmunds and 4 1/2 stars on Cars.com. Most reviewers feel the Forester offers a solid all-around...

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The Subaru Forester and Outback are primarily differentiated by their size, exterior design and handling. The Outback is closer to a traditional wagon in exterior design and has car-like handling qualities, while the Forester is designed to more closely mimic the appear...

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Fuji Heavy Industries of Japan is the parent company for Subaru of America and other Subaru operations offices around the world. American Subaru cars are either made in Indiana in the United States or in Japan.