Compare Subaru Forester

Here at Subaru of Baton Rouge in Baton Rouge, we know that the Forester is one of the best values within its segment. But being that purchasing a car is a big investment, we fully expect you to do your research before coming to that conclusion for yourself. That's why we've compiled a few quick comparisons that outline how the Forester stacks up to three leading competitors within the crossover segment:  the Honda CR-V, the Nissan Rogue, and the Toyota RAV4.

How does the Forester compare?  Read on to find out, and when you're ready to get behind the wheel of the Forester for a test drive, simply visit our showroom serving Baton Rouge, Prairieville, New Orleans, Lafayette, Zachary, Plaquemine, and Denham Springs LA.  We'll gladly get you set up behind the wheel.

Forester vs. Honda CR-V

  • Want to save money on your next car? The Forester is the more affordable vehicle, with an MSRP of $24,295, compared to the CR-V's $24,350. 

  • Need all-weather-driving capability? All-Wheel drive is standard on the Forester, but it's an added cost on the CR-V, meaning you'll need to add more to its already-higher price. 

  • Need cargo room? You'll have up to 76.1 cubic feet available interior cargo room in the Subaru Forester, giving you plenty of room to pack your belongings. The Honda CR-V falls short at 75.8.

Forester vs. Nissan Rogue

  • As with the CR-V, the Subaru Forester is simply a more affordable vehicle, with a starting price of $24,295, which is lower than the Rogue's MSRP of $24,920.

  • If you want to make sure you can handle any driving conditions, you'll be happy to know that all-wheel drive is standard on the Forester, but it will cost more on the Nissan Rogue.

  • Want a little extra power under the hood? The Forester can be equipped with an available 250-horsepower engine that delivers considerably more power than the Nissan Rogue, which tops out at 170 horsepower. 

Forester vs. Toyota RAV4

  • ​The Subaru Forester's starting price of $24,295 makes it much more affordable than the Toyota RAV4, which starts at $25,500.

  • As with the Rogue and CR-V, all-wheel drive is a costly add-on to the RAV4's already higher price, but it's standard on the Forester.

  • The Subaru Forester is more efficient than the RAV4 on the highway, with 33 mpg compared to the RAV4's 32, meaning you'll spend less time and money filling up your tank.

The Subaru Forester features more cargo room, with up to 76.1
cubic feet of interior cargo room, compared to the RAV4's 73.4.

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