Subaru Forester 2015 interior

Most reviewers agree that the Subaru Forester 2015 booth contains a combination of materials that are smooth or difficult to touch. The Forest provides the class with a generous cargo room and the revisors say the front seats are comfortable and the back seats spacious. Critics complain about the obsolete appearance of the accessible Forester navigation system compared to the rival schemes.

Forester 2015 has five seats and is standard with tissue covering. Heated forward seats, power adjusting driver's seats and leather upholstery are included in the seating choices. Examiner say the front seats of the Forester are comfortable and have a large headroom and arm, though critics note that the support on the side might be better. External visibility is also praised by reviewers and some commentators that entering and leaving the forest can be simple. Rear seats give generous legroom, say test riders.

A rear view camera, Bluetooth and a USB port with a four-speaker audio system are standard features on Forester 2015. Additional characteristics include navigation, upgraded audio systems, radio HD, double-zone automatic control of the climate and Subarus EyeSight, which includes adaptive control of the cruise, warning for lane departure and pre-crisis braking.

Many critics comment that the Forester touch-screen navigation system that is accessible seems obsolete in comparison with the rival schemes, stating that the screen is tiny and fundamental stereo changes are harder than they must be. Others write that the gauges are readable and the basic designs have climate controls that are simple to reach.