Subaru Announces Pricing of their 2015 Forester Models
The Subaru Motors of America Inc. announced the pricing of their award winning crossover’s new model 2015 Subaru Forester. Forester has won two times the Motor Trend Sport/Utility Vehicle of the Year awards.Photo 1: SUBARU
The Forester 2.5i model is available at four trims as Base, Premium, Limited as well as the top-end Touring version. The prices being at $22,195 for the base model, which features 2.5i engine with six-speed manual transmission. The turbocharged 2.0XT comes with the Premium and Touring versions, for which the price starts at $28,495. The new 2.0XT Premium features standards All Weather Package too. All the prices are basic MSRP, which is excluding the $850 destination charge.
In the 2015, the base model also will be facilitated with rear camera as well as multi-function color display which comes as standard. Previously being unavailable, the manual transmission 2.5i Premium model is equipped with moonroof standard. Also new for the 2015 model, the 2.5i Touring model will get a standard 18” alloy wheels with a high luster. All the Touring models also feature Keyless Entry & Start, HID lights, as well as a chrome rocker trim. Navigation also comes option with the Touring models.Photo 2: Subaru Announces Pricing of their 2015 Forester Models
In fact, Subaru’s EyeSight driver-assistance mechanism had earned the highest rating, which was given by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), which is deemed to be the a superior rating in its class. IIHS announces it on the basis of a series of accidence avoidance tests and evaluation of intuitive technologies. The EyeSight system also integrates Adaptive Cruise Control technology, Pre-Collision Braking, as well as Vehicle Lane Departure indication.
Being one of the most affordable technology in its class available for the US market, the EyeSight mechanism uses a stereo camera which is developed by Subaru offering detection with an angle wider than the radar-based systems. The EyeSight option packages are again lowered by $500 from the previous year, which made it even more popular.