Test Drive the 2021 Subaru Forester with Symmetrical AWD near Warren MI

Glassman Subaru - Test Drive the 2021 Subaru Forester with Symmetrical AWD near Warren MI

Understanding Subaru's Symmetrical AWD Subaru introduced symmetrical AWD to the car industry in 1986. Symmetrical all-wheel drive (SAWD) provides full-time 4WD to vehicles it is installed on and is exclusive to the Subaru brand. This technology combines traction control, an automatic braking system (ABS), and the Forester's unique frame design to increase safety on the road. Keep reading to learn more about this technology and why you may want to consider the vehicles built with this design. How Subaru's Symmetrical AWD is Created Subaru can create the Forester with symmetrical AWD by pairing a Boxer engine with a symmetrical drivetrain. Next, the Japanese car manufacturer adds equal length half-axles, which makes it unique from other vehicles on the market. The design also decreases the overall weight of the Forester. Why Symmetrical AWD is Important Subaru spent decades designing a symmetrical AWD design that optimizes weight distribution and gives a vehicle a low center of gravity. With a lower center of gravity, Subaru can create vehicles that handle better on the road, especially when traveling on icy, snowy, or bumpy terrain. Subaru vehicles with this frame design are also able to handle corners, even sharp, windy roads with ease. All 2021 Subaru Forester trim options feature the company's symmetrical all-wheel drive. To learn more about the available 2021 Subaru Forester Trim Levels near Detroit visit Glassman Subaru. Our team members have extensive knowledge about this line and other Subaru vehicles. Serving Southfield, Lathrup Village, and Garden City Michigan.

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