Subaru Forester Review

Manufactured in the year 1997 by a well-known auto manufacturer Subaru, the Forester is a medium-sized SUV car. The first generation of the Subaru Forester was produced between the years 1997 and 2002. And giving continuity to its production, Subaru passed the car through more two generations and currently Subaru is selling the fourth generation of Forester.

The fourth generation of the Forester was first released at Guangzhou Motor Show in the year 2012, and later in 2013 at New York International Auto Show. Subaru made some changes in the 4th Gen Forester, for example, the maximum pulling ability was brought down to 680 kg, the efficiency of fuel too was increased to 13 kmpl. And besides, Subaru has added a new feature known as X Mode whose main objective is to protect the car from being slipped away in a wet road.

Moreover, Subaru has been exporting three various varieties of the Subaru Forester in Nepal under the dealership of Vijay Motors Private Limited.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 9,300,000 (For Subaru Forester Kexa),

Rs. 10,650,000 (For Subaru Forester Keqe),

Rs. 10,780,000 (For Subaru Forester Ke5e)

Specifications

Dimension:

 Body Type
 SUV
 Basic Weight
 1528 kg
 Length
 4595 mm
 Height
 1735 mm
 Wheelbase
 2640 mm
 Front Track
 1545 mm
 Rear Track
 1550 mm
 Ground Clearance
 220 mm

 

Engine:

Fuel Tank
 60 liters
 Cylinders
 NA (Subaru Forester Kexa), 4 (Subaru Forester Keqe / Subaru Forester Ke5e)
 Valves Per Cylinder
 NA
 Displacement
 1995 cc
 Max Power
 146 bhp
 Max Torque
 198 Nm (Subaru Forester Kexa / Subaru Forester Keqe), 235 Nm (Subaru Forester Ke5e)

 

Dynamics:

Front Brakes
 Ventilated Disc
Rear Brakes
 Solid Disc
Front Wheels
 NA
Rear Wheels
 NA
Front Suspensions
 McPherson Strut Type, Independent Suspension
Rear Suspensions
 Double Wishbone Type, Independent Suspension

 

Transmission:

 Transmission
 Automatic
 Number of Gears
 5 (Subaru Forester Kexa), 6 (Subaru Forester Keqe / Subaru Forester Ke5e)

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