Another one of Subaru's crossover wagon offerings was introduced in 1998, bringing once again the classic 4-cylinder boxer (horizontally opposed) engine coupled with a reliable AWD drive train. This time, the Forester clearly made a segment of the market its own by offering more cargo room than the Legacy Outback and Impreza, stiff and rugged suspension, and a very advanced, computer-controlled, continuously variable torque allocating transmission. Subaru Forester parts, with the exception of the exterior bodywork, are typically the same as other cars in that family. This kept production costs low, and made repairing the vehicle easy. Later generations of this vehicle included a turbocharged engine for more power, and a redesign in 2008 lifted the stance and moved it into the SUV market where it won Motor Trend magazine's SUV of the year in 2014.