Compare Subaru Forester vs The Ford Edge, Toyota RAV4 & Honda CR-V

2017 Forester vs. 2017 Ford Edge

  • If you're looking for value in an SUV, the Forester has you covered. Starting at a modest $22,595, the Forester packs comfort and capability into an affordable package. Standard features like symmetrical all-wheel drive and Starlink Multimedia display make Forester a bang-for-buck choice. By comparison, the Edge starts at a pricier $28,950 with standard front wheel drive.
  • The Forester corners the enthusiast market with a true manual transmission. Row your own gears on tarmac, dirt or snow and feel the handling benefits of symmetrical all-wheel drive. The Edge comes standard with a six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters.

2017 Forester vs. 2017 Toyota RAV4

  • With an SUV, fuel efficiency matters -- the segment has historically poor performance in this category. At 26 mpg in the city and 32 on the highway, the Forester boasts impressive gas mileage for an all-wheel drive, sport-oriented vehicle. The RAV4 trails behind with 23 mpg city and 30 highway.
  • The Forester has more cargo space than the RAV4, so you can pack in as much as you need for your job or road trip. The Subaru Forester features almost 75 cubic feet of maximum cargo space, while the RAV4 maxes out at just over 73. So go ahead -- plan that cross-country road trip in Forester.

2017 Forester vs. Honda CR-V

  • It's simple -- The Forester offers better bang-for-buck value than CR-V. The Forester offers a host of awesome standard features like a multimedia display and symmetrical all-wheel drive at a low starting MSRP of $22,595. CR-V starts at $24,045.
  • The Forester's available turbocharged four-cylinder BOXER engine produces more power for better performance than the CR-V. Put your foot down and feel the difference. Direct injection and a turbocharger bring the BOXER engine to a potent 250 horsepower. The CR-V tops out at 184 horsepower.

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