TUCSON, AZ – Subaru of America is counting on the all-new ’14 Forester cross/utility vehicle, arriving in the U.S. this spring, to carry on the sales momentum of its predecessor with what the auto maker calls an evolutionary step forward in development and design. The original Forester, introduced in Japan in 1997 and in the U.S. the following year, garnered a small group of devoted buyers with its all-wheel-drive system and tall wagon body style. The second generation, ...

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