Hello, neighbor! I’m glad you stopped by with a question about how many miles a Subaru Forester, which you’ve been eyeing in the market, can last. I have serviced this car many times at our auto shop, and now I’ll share what I know about it.
The lifespan of a Subaru Forester varies depending on how you drive and take care of it (by that, I mean regular maintenance). If you’re someone who enjoys pushing the pedal on highways and at intersections, the Forester might require part replacements at around 200,000 miles. However, if you drive more moderately, smoothly accelerate at intersections, you can easily go between 250,000 to 300,000 miles without major repairs. Subaru, including the Forester, is widely known for its reliability and durability, which is a big plus for you.
By the way, neighbor, you might be interested to know about potential engine issues with the Subaru Forester. I had a discussion with my colleagues yesterday, and they confirmed my concerns.
At our service center, I often see Forester vehicles with over 300,000 miles on the odometer that just need regular oil changes and tire replacements.
Regular maintenance significantly extends the lifespan of any car, especially a reliable Japanese one like the Forester. Additionally, the Forester’s all-wheel-drive system, which comes standard in most models, can handle rough road conditions, making it suitable for various driving environments.
I hope dear neighbor you understand that Subaru Forester can drive quite a long distance, so don’t worry about it.