Forester and Outback are two types of Subaru's vehicles. Both Forester and Outback come with amazing features, and they have a lot of things in common. However, there are some differences between them. In terms of size, Outback is a very long vehicle compared to Forester. Forester, on the other hand, is made in a compact form, and most times it is described as a compact crossover.
Both do not have the same look; the Outback is designed in a way that it looks more like a Wagon, whereas the Forester is designed in a way that it feels and looks more like a compact sport utility vehicle. The Outback provides a smoother ride than Forester because of its bigger size, and it can be used to cover long distance places while Forester will be a good option for outdoor enthusiasts. Since Outback comes with some amazing features that cannot be found in Forester, it is quite expensive than Forester.
Forester and Outback are types of Subarus. The Forester is compact, and the Outback is a mid-size crossover. The Outback has more space and better for those who are taller and longer. Their styles also differ. The Forester has a rugged style, while the Outback is built like a station wagon.
The two have most of the same safety features like rearview cameras, brake assist, and all-wheel drive. A unique safety feature to the Forester is the knee airbag. One unique to the Outback is the curtain airbags on the front and driver seats. Forester is great for those that want to take trips, while the Outback is for those who go outdoors.