My 2018 Subaru Forester Premium With Eye Sight and All Weather Package
I think the Forester looks pretty cool for a SUV.  The new wheels are very sporty looking.  The Premium edition that I have has a spoiler too!

Here is a view of the rear of the car.  The privacy glass is standard on the Premium Edition too.

The roof rails would be useful I am sure for outdoor folks.  I am not an outdoor person so I am not sure if I would use it.  LOL.

The dashboard is pretty cool.  I have decent access to everything I need while driving.

The steering wheel allows me to control the audio system without taking my hands off the wheel as well as controling the adaptive cruise control system.

The audio system is pretty advanced with both SXM, HD Radio, CD, and Bluetooth Audio!  The automatic climate control system is standard on the Premium Edition too.

There are secondary displays too for the climate and other car functions.

The panoramic moonroof is amazing!

   In January of 2016, I picked up my latest company car, the 2016 Subaru Legacy Premium AWD Sedan from the dealer in Sacramento.  This time around, I had a choice between a Ford Fusion, Chevrolet Malibu, Subaru Forester, or Mazda 6 in addition to the Legacy, but the Legacy was the best AWD car offered this time around.  I got my last company car abouta year and a half ago, and usually I do get a new car every 2 years since I drive a lot.  I went with the silver color for the exterior.


17 Inch Aluminum Alloy Wheels
Power Windows
Power Locks
Power Mirrors
Steering Wheel with audio and phone controls
Premium Audio System with CD/MP3, HD Radio, SXM, & iPod integration
7 inch Starlink Display
Bluetooth integration for phone and audio
Remote Keyless Entry

Automatic Climate Control
Panoramic Moonroof
Power Driver's Seat


EyeSight Package that includes front fog lights, adaptive cruise control, blind site monitoring, and lane assist
All Weather Package which includes heated seats, heated mirrors, and heated windshield.

2.5L Boxer Engine
170 hp
174  lb-ft of torque

Last Updated:  December 22, 2017 10:05 PM