2018 Subaru Forester Black Edition Makes The Vehicle Even Classier

May 20, 2017 01:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The 2018 Subaru Forester is even made more classic and appealing for having its Black Edition. Not only does it add style, it's loaded with technological advancements too. It is available on the Premium trim.

The 2018 Subaru Forester Black Edition comes powered by a 2.5-liter naturally aspirated flat-four engine with CVT. The stylish accents continue by having black trim for the mirror caps, badges, a center of the grille, and fog light trim.

The Black Edition also comes with 18-inch wheels. Steering responsive LED headlights complete the exclusive look. The Subaru Black Edition comes with Crystal Black Silica, Dark Gray Metallic, Crystal White Pearl, and Ice Silver Metallic as its unique Black color options.

There is an addition of standard panoramic sunroof and automatic climate controls. It gets an X-Mode all-wheel drive, hill descent control, adaptive LED headlights, and much more. As earlier reported, it is only available in 2.5i Premium with the CVT.

The Black Edition is priced at $1,150, which gives one an option to paint the entire car black. However, it is also possible to order the trim in gray, white or silver so that the accents can be more highlighted and noticed.

The 2018 Subaru Forester 2.5i is priced at $22,795 with all-wheel drive as standard. Its engine is also responsible for producing 170-horsepower. There is also a six-speed manual as an option. However, this option is only available on the 2.5i and 2.5i Premium models. The rest receives the CVT.

There 2018 Subaru Forester Black Edition is a worthy investment and industry experts agree. With its classic look and feel, coupled with advanced and updated features, one can hardly find any faults. It may not be the perfect option (just like any vehicle for that matter), but it offers safety and style like no other.

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