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Lowest 5-Year Cost to Own Brand of 2020: Subaru

 

Subaru continues to lead the way among mass-market brands, delivering the lowest 5-Year Cost to Own numbers with the added bonus of being recognized by Kelley Blue Book as the make with Best Resale Value. In addition to offering features like standard all-wheel drive and industry-leading safety with its EyeSight Driver Assist technology, Subaru has demonstrated its ability to build vehicles with high quality, dependability and reliability scores.

The popularity of Subaru has translated into record sales year after year, and that success is evident in retained value by all models in its range. By minimizing depreciation, Subaru delivers high resale value. This Japanese brand offers a wide range of products, from subcompact crossover SUVs like its Crosstrek to its 3-row midsize Ascent SUV, all of which have competitive pricing, low maintenance costs and high levels of built-in safety. These factors figure prominently in Subaru repeating as the top brand in this year’s 5-Year Cost to Own Awards.

Find your favorite Subaru below or see the full list of this year’s 5-Year Cost to Own winners.

2020 Subaru SUVs

2020 Subaru Crosstrek

Subcompact SUV
Starting Price: $23,155

2020 Subaru Forester

Compact SUV
Starting Price: $25,505

2020 Subaru Outback

2-Row Midsize SUV/Wagon
Starting Price: $27,655

2020 Subaru Ascent

3-Row Midsize SUV
Starting Price: $33,005

2020 Subaru Cars

2020 Subaru Impreza

Compact Sedan and Hatchback
Starting Price: $20,095

2020 Subaru Legacy

Midsize Sedan
Starting Price: $23,630

2020 Subaru WRX

Sporty Compact Sedan
Starting Price: $28,395

 

2020 Subaru BRZ

Sporty Compact Coupe
Starting Price: $29,745

 

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