A Shopper’s Guide to Used and Preowned Subarus
Ranked high in sales and popularity, used Subaru SUVs are in high demand. The automaker’s sports cars and sedans are also good deals for used car buyers. Let’s take a look at the brand and what it offers.
The Subaru Brand
Known for quality, Subarus offer a premium product at a more affordable price. Resale values reflect the brand’s reliability and durability. At five years, the Subaru Impreza, BRZ sports car, and Outlook SUV all maintain lower depreciation rates than competitors.
Preowned Subaru Outback
In big demand as a new SUV, used Outbacks are even more valuable to shoppers. They can be hard to find, but if you do, you can be sure it’s a good deal. You can go back a decade or more and you will be hard-pressed to find reviewers who will say a bad word about this wagon. It has a big hold, it has all-wheel drive, and it is durable, efficient and well-made.
Used Subaru Forester
Like the bigger Outback, Foresters offer lors or tech. This includes a rearview camera and Starlink infotainment system. Premium features include a panoramic moonroof and reclining rear seats.
Used Subaru Crosstrek
Introduced in 2013, the Crosstrek is a subcompact SUV with roomy front seats and good cargo space. Fuel economy is 33 mpg highway. The 2018 model year represents a new generation of Crosstreks, adding more technologies and features. A used Crosstrek is a good value, especially for first-time car buyers.
Used Subaru Legacy
This sedan is marked by generous interior space and a high-grade cabin, according to U.S. News and World Report. For those who want a European driving sedan, this car’s all-wheel drive is sure to please.
This compact car holds its own in a crowded field. It can earn up to 38 mpg highway and 28 mpg city, making it as affordable to own as it is to buy used at Earnhardt Auto Centers.
Used Impreza WRX
With up to 310 horsepower, this is a speedy sedan. This athletic car was first introduced in 2015. Drivers like it for its potent engines and nimble handling.
Used Subaru BRZ
In 2017, the BRZ was a U.S. News finalist for Best Sports Car for the Money. It is the only Subaru without all-wheel drive. Instead it has racy rear-wheel drive. Horsepower is 200 or 205, depending on whether it has a six-speed automatic or a six-speed manual transmission. A touchscreen has been standard since 2014.
Shop Used Subarus at Earnhardt Auto Centers
For the right used Subaru, start with the Earnhardt online inventory. Count on our dealerships for variety, fair pricing, and onsite financing.