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With 97% of Subaru vehicles sold in the last ten years still on the road today it's not hard to see how the 2020 Subaru Forester would be awarded Best Resale Value. With a penchant for the outdoors at its core, the Subaru Forester has long resonated with buyers seeking a smaller 2-row SUV that has an adventurous spirit. Thank ample ground clearance, easy maneuverability and all-wheel drive, a trademark of Subaru vehicles. And as with other Subaru models, the Forester has excellent resale value. Kelley Blue Book predicts resale value after 5 years of ownership is 45%

The Subaru Forester was revamped just last year, making it among the freshest crossover SUVs in its class. Subaru's adventurous brand image and practical nature converge perfectly with the 2020 Forester SUV. With this all-new version, the Forester became roomier, more technologically sophisticated, and safer. Every new Forester comes with Subaru’s EyeSight Driver Assist system, which bundles features like forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist. Learn more about all features and technology, here. For 2020, the Forester gets a lane centering function. When combined with adaptive cruise control, it can ease the stress of commutes that involve both traffic jams or highway cruising. For years Subaru has been known for Safety; the Forester earned a five-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and a Top Safety Pick designation from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety for 2019.
For this new generation, only one engine is available – a 2.5-liter flat or “Boxer” 4-cylinder connected to a continuously variable transmission (CVT). With 182 horsepower, it’s not the most powerful, but adequate for most buyers. And when you need more pizzazz, the standard drive mode selector can grant it by switching to sport mode. It’s also fuel efficient, earning up to 33 mpg and comes standard with Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive.

The 2020 Subaru Forester starts around $25,500 and comes nicely equipped, including the EyeSight system, 6.5-inch display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and LED headlights. More enticing features like power tailgate, leather seating, larger display screen and premium Harman/Kardon audio system are easily had in higher trims. But no matter which trim you choose, you can take pride in knowing that the Forester will lead the class in retaining its value. 
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