2014 Subaru Forester Photo Gallery

Its looks aren't what our editors raved about when the redesigned 2014 Subaru Forester XT was recently in our fleet. Editor David Thomas also didn't call them out when he originally reviewed the popular compact crossover. The Forester instead gets kudos for its visibility and cargo space.

The most recent tests and this photo gallery are of a 2014 Subaru Forester XT Premium, which has a more powerful turbo engine. It's as-tested price was $28,820, including $825 in destination charges.

The volume leader is the 2.5i Premium, which starts at $24,320 including destination.

We wanted to present another gallery of the Forester because the XT is unique; the 2014 version sheds a hoodscoop and doesn't stand out as much from the base model except for the slightly more aggressive front and rear bumper design. Plus, the one we tested is black. It's rare to find plentiful photos of mainstream cars in black despite it being one of the most popular car colors in the industry.

All Cars.com photos by Evan Sears. Click on any image to launch larger gallery window.

2014 Subaru Forester

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Comments 

chris

does that xt premium have seat warmers?

Agent Mike

I hope that this is the most utilitarian, comfortable, and best driving car ever made. As it is not easy to look at :)

Matt Matherne

Pssst....the reason Sub-E' look so bland is because they have the same design engineers as Honda does :-)

Looks like a big upgrade from last year's model!

Tony

Will someone PLEASE bring back analog temperature gauge and analog fuel gauge? They just squeezed 5 different pieces of information into 2x3 rectangle.

carma

The profile and d pillar have a lot of previous generation santa fe in them...not a good thing.

Nick

needs just a little more switch gear on strg wheel!

jyd

Exterior - While Forester fans will probably like the refresh, Subaru continues to cling to that terrible corporate grille and front end. Much like Acura, they need to jettison their current look pronto!

Interior - it looks familiar in a "I look like every other car on the market" way. No originality or creativity.

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