Buyer's Guide

Subaru

Although Subaru's lineup is filled mostly by crossovers, it also includes well-known performance cars. Standard AWD, strong safety scores, and good versatility on most models make Subarus popular among diverse demographics.

Least Expensive: Starting below $20,000, the Impreza sedan is the least expensive Subaru on sale. The Crosstrek, which is essentially a lifted Impreza hatchback, is the cheapest Subaru SUV with prices starting at about $23,000.

Most Expensive: In range-topping Touring trim, the Ascent three-row SUV is the most expensive Subaru at about $46,000. However, the S209, a high-performance limited-edition version of the WRX STI, commanded a nearly $65,000 purchase price.

Most Fun to Drive: With AWD grip and turbocharged zing, the rally-inspired WRX and WRX STI are icons of compact car performance. The BRZ coupe, which Subaru jointly developed with Toyota, is also tons of fun. It handles sublimely—but it could use a few extra horsepower.

Most Popular: Somewhere between a crossover and a wagon, the Outback blurs segment lines to great effect: it's Subaru's longtime best-seller. However, the Forester, which takes a more conventional compact SUV approach, follows closely in second place.

Utility/Offroad
$31995
27 / Hwy 21 / City
Overview What's New...
$22145
29 / Hwy 22 / City
Overview What's New...
$24495
33 / Hwy 26 / City
Overview Trim Levels...
$26645
33 / Hwy 26 / City
Overview All-new for 2020, the Outback once again features a 2.5-liter flat-four driving all four wheels thro...
Sports
$28845
29 / Hwy 21 / City
Overview What's New...
Midsize/Fullsize
$22745
35 / Hwy 27 / City
Overview What's New...
Compact
$18695
31 / Hwy 23 / City
Overview What's New...
$27495
27 / Hwy 21 / City
Overview Trim Levels (Interior and Exterior Options)...

Research Cars by Make