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2013 Subaru Forester
Over the last 2 days, I have a weird issue with my 2013 Forester. When I turn the car off and remove the key I get a beeping like the alarm system and lock system engaged but the doors do not lovk nor...

Hi everyone. Please use the following discussion to post any questions that you have about leasing a Subaru Forester. Thanks....

I should probably be looking for a minivan, but I REALLY don't want to, plus I've always loved Foresters, so what year Forester should I look for?...

I have a 2003 forester (manual trans) with 116K miles. I bought it when I lived in Oklahoma, and now live in New Mexico. It's been great, and after spending the last 3 months looking at other cars, ...

2014 Subaru Forester Starts at $22,820...

Subaru confirmed for Edmunds that its first hybrid model will be unveiled at the 2013 New York Auto Show, but that it will not be based on the redesigned 2014 Subaru Forester....

I am looking at buying a new or recent (2013, 2012, 2011) Forester. My wife and I do mostly small in-town driving, but one of the uses we have for a new car is visiting our college age kids, a 5 hour...

Thanks everyone. I see so many complaints still going on about recent Foresters, 2013-2015 and 2016....

My Forester 2006 will be taken over by my daughter (25y.o.) She got a new good job, and really needs her wheels....

KBB shows 2016 Forester at 59.3% after 36 month, so your ballpark number would be around $22K. Doesn't mean you'll get it from a dealer if you trade it in, though. I got almost 62% trade-in for my 201...

I'm on my third Forester 2.5i Premium lease. With the previous two leases, with six months left to go on the lease I was able to trade it in with equity on the car. For whatever reason, that's not th...

highway City mileage is 19 MPG. Our 2000 Subaru forester 2.5L with 3 speed transmission got better fuel economy. The dealer has told us nothing is wrong and other customers have reported this issue...

Forester traditionally shows up at the NY show, but given we've seen and heard nothing, I'm betting it won't be this year....

with light gray leather). I really wanted a Forester, but couldn't afford a brand new one and couldn't find a 'gently used low mileage' Forester. I do like the CR-V so far, though. I've had it abo...
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