The 2020 Subaru Forester makes use of an array of highly advanced technologies to ensure drivers around Hoover, Alabama, can safely navigate and explore all that the road has to offer. From its Blind-Spot Detection plus Rear Cross-Traffic Alert to the SUBARU STARLINK™ Safety and Security system, the Forester provides the peace of mind that motorists should experience to believe. Discover this forward-thinking Subaru model when you take one out for a test drive at Jim Burke Subaru in Birmingham, AL!
Thanks to its BOXER® Engine's low center of gravity, the 2020 Forester delivers a highly responsive and fun ride. Impressive EPA-estimated MPG ratings come with every new Forester, so be prepared to see all of the sights while also keeping your trips to the gas station at a minimum. Don't forget that every 2020 Forester comes equipped with the confidence of Subaru's Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system!
To help ensure that you and your passengers inside your roomy new Subaru can enjoy every journey around Bessemer, AL, and beyond, select a 2020 Forester that's fitted with the available Harman Kardon premium audio system. This sound system delivers a punchy, 440-watt-equivalent amplifier experience! With a large touchscreen display and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, navigating your favorite playlists is easy, too.
Whether it's monitoring the flow of traffic, optimizing your cruise control or warning you if you start to drift outside of your lane, the Subaru Forester's EyeSight® package provides you with an added layer of protection you're after. When you tour and test drive one of these Subarus, be sure to ask our sales associates about all of the advanced features included in this safety suite!
A Rear-Vision Camera is standard with every 2020 Forester and gives you that peace of mind you desire when navigating tight parking spaces. See the rearview camera's helpful display guidelines for yourself when you get behind the wheel of a new Subaru Forester. There's even available rear automatic braking, should you miss something when backing out of a parking spot or driveway.