How many miles does a 2009 Subaru Forester last?

How many miles does a 2009 Subaru Forester last?

The Subaru Forester is a durable vehicle and can last between 200,000 miles and 250,000 miles.

Should I buy a Subaru Forester 2009?

Overall, the Forester is a comfortable and practical people mover that looks like an SUV, drives like a car (albeit one that’s tall and softly sprung) and offers the security of standard AWD. And although there are no major engine upgrades for 2009, the Forester’s performance remains satisfactory.

What kind of Review is the Subaru Forester?

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How big is the wheelbase on a Subaru Forester?

Enter the fully redesigned 2009 Subaru Forester. Although it’s still based on the same platform as the compact Impreza, which was itself redesigned for 2008, this new Forester can look the competition square in the eye. The 2009 Forester rides on a 103.0-inch wheelbase, some 3.6 inches greater than before.

Is the Subaru Forester 2.5X Limited a navigation system?

There are no available options on the 2.5XT. The Forester 2.5X Limited and 2.5XT Limited, however, can be outfitted with a navigation system. Redesigned for 2009, the Subaru Forester compact crossover SUV is bigger and more beautiful inside and out.

Do you need premium gas for a Subaru Forester?

The turbo requires premium gas. Mileage with the regular and turbocharged engines rivals that of the four- and six-cylinder engines in various competitors, respectively. The premium-fuel requirement remains unusual for this segment, however. *AWD Tucson four-cylinder comes only with manual transmission.