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Forester 07's increased equipment

Media Information August 11, 2006

Forester 07's increased equipment
Subaru has expanded its 2007 model year Forester range with the addition of exciting new features for Forester XS and XT.

A factory-fitted rear roof spoiler and tinted UV glass on the rear passenger, quarter and back windows have been added to all XS, XS Limited and XT models.

Both the XS, XS Limited and XT feature upgraded radios that scan for stronger frequencies, resulting in clearer reception.

The electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD) has been upgraded on all models for improved braking performance in conjunction with the ABS (anti-lock braking system).

Two new colours have been added – Urban Grey Metallic and Newport Blue Pearl.

Chris Rickards the General Manager of Subaru of New Zealand said: “The popularity of the Forester continues to defy the normal model lifecycle and it continues to sell well."

“Recently it was named the safest used vehicle in a 17 year study conducted by Monash University in Australia and it continues to dominate retained value rankings in the compact SUV segment.

“We’ve added even more specification to the MY07 line-up which is sure to attract new buyers who are looking for fantastic value as well as a five star ANCAP crashworthiness rating for occupant safety and excellent resale values.”

Forester pricing is:
Forester X manual $35,990
Forester X automatic $36,990
Forester XS manual $39,990
Forester XS automatic $40,990
Forester XS Limited automatic $43,990
Forester XT manual $44,990
Forester XT automatic $45,990
Forester STI manual $57,990

MY07 Colours include
Forester X:
Pure White
Newport Blue Pearl
Premium Silver Metallic
Garnet Red Pearl
Evergreen Metallic

Forester XS / XT:
Pure White
Newport Blue Pearl
Premium Silver Metallic
Garnet Red Pearl
Obsidian Black Pearl
Champagne Gold Opal
Urban Grey Metallic


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