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Subaru's 2018 Forester Starts at $23,710

May 19, 2017

Photo of the 2018 Forester Black Edition courtesy of Subaru.
Photo of the 2018 Forester Black Edition courtesy of Subaru.

Subaru's base 2018 Forester with the 6-speed manual transmission will increase $200 to $23,710 for the compact SUV, Subaru has announced.

Subaru offers the Forester in four trim grades, including the base 2.5i, Premium, Limited, and Touring. The Forester is powered by a 2.5-liter Boxer engine that makes 179 hp. The 2.5i and Limited trim grades offer a standard manual transmission with optional CVT (continously variable transmission). All-wheel drive is standard on all models.

Adding a CVT to the base model adds $1,000, while adding it to the 2.5i Premium increases the price by $500.

Other models retail for $30,310 for the Limited, $34,005 for the Touring, $30,410 for the 2.0XT Premium, and $37,005 for the 2.0XT Touring.

Read Subaru's full release here.

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