Subarus are often referred to as a ‘workhorse’ brand, and that’s something that is very difficult to convey in a single article.
As the world of luxury and performance cars continues to grow, there’s still a need for an affordable, reliable, and well-rounded SUV.
But Subaru has always had a reputation for being a solid performer and when you consider that it has only been around since the early 70s, you can see why.
The Forester has had an amazing history of making some of the most luxurious cars on the planet and the latest models have all been quite impressive.
It’s a shame that the Forester is no longer a great performer, and for that reason, the brand is making the decision to ditch the Foresters as their flagship vehicle.
The company has stated that the 2019 models have already been revealed and that there will be new models for 2019 in 2019, but for now we can take a look at some of Subaru’s current models.
The Foresters mainstay is the Subaru Legacy and it has been a very popular model for many years.
However, the Forests successor, the Subaru BRZ, is expected to be much better in 2019.
There are two versions of the BRZ.
Both models have a six-speed manual transmission and a sportier interior with more aggressive styling and the standard features of a manual transmission.
One of the key features that Subaru added in the BRX is the Active Braking System.
The system allows the driver to automatically slow down the car when braking to help the driver maintain control.
Subaru has also released the Crosstrek and Crosstrex models that are essentially the same vehicle, only they have different powertrains.
The Crosstreks base model is a six cylinder, but the Crossteks Sport variant is a five cylinder engine.
We won’t get too far into all of the new BRZ models for now, but you can check out our comprehensive Subaru Foresters 2019 reviews for more information.
Subaru BRX Crosstreak Sport Base model 5-speed automatic manual 1.6L V6, 6-speed transmission 4WD Sport Automatic with Active Brake System (4WD) Base model 6-cylinder 5-cyluster, 6 cylinder 5-stroke, manual 4WD, 6WD Sport with Active Stop System (5WD) Forester Sport Base Model 5- speed manual 2.0L V8, 6 speed transmission 4-speed Sport Automatic (6WD)