The Subaru Forester VS The Competition

Have you noticed that there are more Subaru models on the road today? Especially the all-new Subaru Forester. Why are more drivers from around the Bay Area choosing the Subaru Forester when there are so many other similar crossover SUVs? Simply because the competition can't compete with the Forester.

The Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, and Ford Escape are the Foresters top competitors but all fall short when it comes to safety, performance, utility, interior space, price, and value.

  • The RAV4 has been a popular SUV because it comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense, but it is no longer the only SUV with standard safety features. Subaru EyeSight Driver Assist Technology is standard on every new Forester and is being hailed as the best driver-assist package on the road. In a recent study, highway safety official determined that EyeSight has reduced rear-end collision that result with injuries by 85%. The RAV4 can't say the same.
  • No one wants to pay more for less. So why choose the Honda CR-V? The Subaru Forester comes standard with EyeSight, Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, Apple CarPlay & Android Auto, and a 6.5-inch touchscreen multimedia system. All of which are available on select trim levels or as part of an additional package on the CR-V which will significantly jack up the price.
  • The Ford Escape may look similar in size to the Subaru Forester but is drastically smaller inside. The Escape only has 98.7 cubic feet of passenger space with a maximum cargo capacity of 68 cubic feet. While the Subaru Forester has 111.9 cubic feet of spacious seating for five with 76.1 cubic feet of maximum cargo space for whatever life throws your way.

Make your way down to Putnam Subaru today and fully experience all of the reasons to love the Subaru Forester from the best seat in the house. The driver's seat.

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