I've had my 2013 Subaru Forester since February 2013 after my 1999 Subaru Legacy quit running.
I use non ethanol gasoline and I'm averaging between 27-29.2 MPG since I purchased the car.
It has plenty of room and enough acceleration for normal & daily driving.
I am still disappointed Subaru does not offer a limited / leather model with a 5 speed transmission.
I decided to buy a 2013 over a 2014 because I do not trust the long term drive ability of the new CVT transmission yet!
All Wheel Drive, Sunroof, Tight cornering feel, Comfortable seats, Radio / CD display, good MPG with non ethanol gas.
I HATE the cheap door trim around the drivers / passengers elbow.
I am not impressed with the Backseat recline function either.
It rattles like crazy.
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