1997 Subaru Forester
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|Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:||Automatic|
|Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain:||4WD|
|Price (out of date):||$4800|
The Forester comes with a 2.5-liter SOHC 16-valve flat-4 with 165 hp and your choice of a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic. It's only available in a 4 wheel drive model.
1997 Subaru Forester specs, Fuel type Gasoline, Drive wheels 4WD, Transmission Gearbox Automatic
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According to the Subaru Forester article on Japanese Wikipedia, the name is coined to imply "a resident of the forest."
The Forester was introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show November 1995 as the "Sutoriga" concept and made available for sale February 1997 in Japan, and to the American market in 1998, using the Impreza platform but with the larger 2.5-liter horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine from the Outback, making 165horsepower (123kW) at 5,600 rpm and 162lb·ft (220N·m) of torque at 4,000 rpm. In Japan, the Forester replaced the Subaru Impreza Gravel Express, known in the USA as the Subaru Outback Sport. Due to the Forester's low center of gravity, it meets the United States federal safety standards for Passenger Vehicles, and does not require a risk of rollover warning label on the driver's visor. Size and price wise it fits between the smaller Impreza, and the larger Legacy.
As with all Subaru models marketed in the United States and other international markets since the early 1990s, the Forester is equipped with an all-wheel drive drivetrain. Subaru advertising employed the slogan "SUV tough, Car Easy" to appeal to the SUV-oriented market; and to this end, the Forester from its inception had features associated with SUVs such as a large, boxy cargo area, higher h-point seating and more ground clearance while based on unibody rather than body-on-frame construction. In this sense, the Forester met the criteria of the term crossover before the term appeared. Notably, the third generation of the Forester is marketed by Subaru as a crossover.
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