- Subaru has announced the latest prices for 2023 Foresterwhich now starts at $27,620.
- Apart from the price spike, the Forester doesn’t get any additional features from the updated 2022 model.
- The new base price is $1300 higher than the 2022 Forester at the start of the model year, but only $550 higher than the $27,070 base price after the mid-year price hike.
Adding to a growing list of increasingly expensive vehicles, the Subaru Forester 2023 is the latest model on the market to experience a marked increase in price. While there are no changes or equipment additions for the new model year, the Forester 2023 will cost $1300 more than the 2022 version when it first goes on sale. In mid-2022, Subaru raised the price of the refurbished Forester by $750, so 2023 is actually only $550 more than the current 2022 base price. Base price for 2023 is now $27,620, ranging up to $37,720 for the top Touring trim.
Subaru gave the Forester a comprehensive refresh for 2022, reworking the front and updating the interior. The 2022 model year also sees the addition of more rugged Wilderness trim levels, such as the Outback Wilderness, adding ground clearance over other trim levels.
Regardless of trim, each Forester is powered by the same 2.5-liter flat-four engine that produces 182 horsepower and 176 pound-feet of torque, paired to a continuously variable automatic (CVT). We managed 28 mpg in our 75-mph highway driving test, but that counts down to an observed fuel economy of 22 mpg through our tests on the 2022 version.
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