Developed for people with active lifestyles and a “go-anywhere” attitude, the all new 2019 Subaru Forester is perfect for adventure. In order to bring all you need on your travels, mounting a cargo tray or bicycle rack on your Subaru Forester trailer hitch is a must. To be as safe as possible, you want to make sure that your Subaru Forester hitch is the strongest and best quality available.
You have more to love when driving your fully redesigned 2019 Forester, you don’t want to have to worry about your car and cargo on the way there. Instead, concern yourself with what to do when you arrive! That’s when Torklift’s EcoHitch comes in to play. When you’re wanting to go on an adventure – the ultimate 2019 Subaru Forester trailer hitch is here for all of your towing needs.
How much weight can a Subaru Forester tow? That’s a great question. The 2019 Forester can tow 1,500 pounds, but you can also find the tow rating in your owner’s manual. The EcoHitch is rated at 350 pounds tongue weight and 3,500 pounds, meaning that it’s plenty strong to handle anything you could want to haul with your Forester up to your vehicle’s tow rating! So, not only will you have 76.1 cubic feet of cargo space within your 2019 Forester for hauling extra cargo, but now you’ll have a receiver hitch that you can install a bike rack or cargo tray to bring even more items!
This trailer hitch is engineered to meet stringent national SAE J684 towing safety standards using state of the art testing methods. With 2-inch and 1.25-inch receivers available, you’ll have plenty of options of accessories to use with your hitch.
100%, No Drill Bolt-On Installation
Our Subaru trailer hitch is 100 percent no-drill bolt-on. That means that the hitch installation requires absolutely no drilling into the car’s frame. It’s a non-obtrusive process that can be performed at home with some tools, at Torklift Central in Kent, Wash., or by a Certified EcoHitch Installer. Subaru Forester forum user jsrogers5 agrees – he did the installation at home in two hours flat. Read his feedback below:
jsrogers5 post from the Subaruforester.org forum
Hidden Crosstube – Only the Receiver is Visible
With 97% of Forester vehicles sold in the last 10 years still on the road today1, your 2019 Forester is going to be with you for a while – so you don’t want your hitch to hang below your vehicle ruining the look for years to come. You need a hidden trailer hitch that keeps up with your highly-engineered Subie. All Subaru EcoHitches are precision manufactured to have hidden crosstubes when installed. The only part of the hitch that is ever visible is the receiver which means it has a higher level of ground clearance than most hitches available. Subaru Forester forum member turnkey outlines his ground clearance solution with the 2019 Forester EcoHitch below:
turnkey's post from the Subaruforester.org forum
Adds to the utility of your Forester
We hope we’ve helped you with the question of, “Can you tow with a 2019 Subaru Forester?” The answer is most certainly yes – and with the EcoHitch installed, your Forester has even more utility than before. You can now bring more items with you including a small trailer, bikes, a small boat or utility trailer to store your items. With Torklift at your back with our highly-engineered trailer hitch as well as our Lifetime Warranty – all your worries about safety fade away, so all you need to worry about is the location of your next adventure!
There’s a whole lot to love when it comes to the 2019 Subaru Forester, including its bold design elements and a sleek interior design. When it comes to towing, it should be fun, not stressful. With this trailer hitch for 2019 Subaru Forester, you know that you are in safe hands. Contact us using the information below. We can help make you an expert at towing with your Subaru Forester hitch!
Written by Kerstin Stokes:
As a graduate from the College of Idaho with a B.A. in both History and Art, Kerstin has found her passion for writing and marketing, and has loved every minute of working for Torklift for over 2 years. She enjoys looking up tasty recipes for baking and daydreaming about future travels.