There's a lot to like about Subaru cars. They tend to be very drivable, with small but reasonably powerful engines. Their standard all-wheel-drive gives confidence for extra-urban exploration in any season. The cabins feel well built and a step above your typical economy car. While these are all good points, Subaru only offers the minimum of cabin technology, ruining the experience. For example, in the 2010 Subaru Forester 2.5XT Limited we just reviewed, Subaru offers an optional navigation system and Bluetooth, but other automakers were using similar systems five years ago. The stereo in the Forester is also pretty basic. The Forester is a classic case where good cabin tech would make a world of difference.