subaru forester

Subaru: Outback or Forester?

Published by Travall (April 18, 2019)

If you’re in the new car market and you’ve managed to narrow it down to Subaru, well done! Now it’s just time to narrow down which Subaru model fits your needs. Here we clearly detail the Subaru Outback and Subaru Forester so you can see the differences side by side.

  Outback Forester
Model2019 2.5i Outback Touring 2019 Forester Limiter
MSRP $36,795 $30,795

Engine and Fuel Economy

 Outback Forester
Engine 2.5-liter SUBARU BOXER 4- cylinder 2.5-liter SUBARU BOXER 4- cylinder
Horsepower 175 182
City MPG 25 26
32 33


  Outback Forester
Seating 5 5
Cargo Vol (behind seats) 35.5 ft3 33 ft3
Cargo Vol (rear seats down) 73.3 ft3 70.9 ft3

Safety and Features

  Outback Forester
Rear-view Camera Yes Yes
Crash Prevention Yes Yes
Keyless Go Yes Yes

In general, the Outback looks and feels more like a station wagon, while the Forester looks and feels more like an SUV. The outback is a little longer, hence why we see more cargo and passenger space. You can find further descriptions of the two from Subaru themselves right here. All in all, it comes down to your lifestyle and preferences, and keep in mind that you can build either model to include different features to suit you!

Subaru Forester accessories

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