If you're looking for a stylish, versatile and well-equipped new crossover SUV, the new Subaru Forester is a great option for all. At Sendell Subaru, we're committed to providing drivers from all around Greensburg, PA and Latrobe with the most informed vehicle shopping process possible. We believe that choosing the right vehicle is easier when you know how that vehicle stacks up to the competition. That's why we're going to give you a side by side comparison of the new Subaru Forester and some of the competitors in its class, including the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and Ford Edge, allowing you to make a seamless, educated choice about why the Forester might be the best fit for you.

Subaru Forester vs. Honda CR-V

  • Every new Forester model comes with Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, while the new CR-V comes with standard front-wheel drive, and all-wheel drive equipped models garner a higher price.
  • All Forester models come with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto standard. The CR-V only offers those features on higher trim levels, not the base model like the Forester.

Subaru Forester vs. Toyota RAV4

  • The Forester offers standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, providing you with greater traction, handling and control than the standard front-wheel drive on the RAV4.
  • The Forester is more spacious than the RAV4 is, offering 111.9 cubic feet of passenger volume compared to 100.7 cubic feet of passenger volume in the RAV4.

Subaru Forester vs. Ford Edge

  • When taking on weather around Mount Pleasant and Ligonier, the Forester is more well-equipped thanks to standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, while the Edge comes with standard front-wheel drive.
  • The Forester offers up to 26 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway, compared to 22 mpg in the city and 29 mpg on the highway from the Edge.

Test Drive a New Subaru Forester Model Today

If you want to learn more about the new Subaru Forester, we invite you to make the short trip from Connellsville to test drive a model of your choice at Sendell Subaru today!

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