While the Subaru Forester is a standout vehicle in any model year at Pape Subaru, it has a number of improvements for 2022 that add to its appeal even more. This year, the Subaru Forester gets more off-road capabilities than ever with the option to get more off-road packages. You'll even be able choose to get a new trim level called the Wilderness Edition when it arrives in South Portland, which has enhanced off-road handling capabilities and improved ground clearance over its peers.

If you want a durable SUV for your Windham driving that can handle all your adventures, the 2022 Subaru Forester is a sure bet no matter which trim level you choose.

What's New for the 2022 Subaru Forester?

The 2022 Subaru Forester will have a bundle of upgrades and enhancements to make it even more appealing to Westbrook drivers. A more comprehensive off-road package is a highlight of the Subaru Forester in the 2022 model year. The Forester also gets some stylistic changes to its front-end design in the latest model year. Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, a Subaru exclusive drivetrain, is standard on all trim levels of the 2022 Subaru Forester around Portland. Along with these changes, you can choose to get a new trim called the Wilderness.

Forester Wilderness

The new Forester Wilderness trim brings many great new features to the Saco market for the Forester in 2022. The Forester Wilderness has a ground clearance of 0.5 inches more than the standard Forester lineup. This means you can tackle snow, mud, rivers and more with greater ease. The roof rails are also stronger on the Subaru Forester, and it has a towing capacity of up to 3,000 pounds, allowing you to handle all sorts of Yarmouth loads. The Wilderness Edition of the Forester also has a more unique appearance with the addition of black and copper exterior accents, so you're sure to turn heads around Scarborough. Bronze accents are also included on the Forester's interior for a more unique appearance.

To learn more about the 2022 Subaru Forester, contact our dealership in South Portland today.

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