Wondering “does my Subaru retain value”? Choosing to buy a car is a big and often times important investment and you want to choose a car that will give you the best bang for your buck. Part of that is finding a car that retains value, meaning that is depreciates at a slower rate than most cars in the category. That means you will more than likely get a higher trade-in cost, when that time comes.
To help car shoppers determine their best fit, the editors at Edmunds have compiled the 2019 Best Retained Value Awards, which project resale value after five years of ownership. Subaru won in multiple categories:
Edmunds Editors write about the Impreza: On snowy and icy roads, vehicles with traction-enhancing all-wheel drive are invaluable. But what if you don’t want to get an SUV? Check out the 2019 Subaru Impreza. Not only is it the least expensive all-wheel-drive vehicle on the market, but it’s also the only compact sedan to offer AWD — and it’s standard.
Edmunds Editors share about the Subaru WRX: Come rain or shine — or even snow — the 2019 Subaru WRX and WRX STI deliver speedy acceleration and engaging handling. These compact sport sedans aren’t as quiet or refined as their competitors, but you won’t find sport sedans with more power and all-wheel drive for less money.
The Subaru Crosstek is: “a jack of all trades. Like a lot of other similarly priced cars or crossover SUVs, it has a roomy interior for both people and cargo, a smooth ride quality, and a long list of available advanced safety features. But it’s also equipped with standard all-wheel drive and a raised suspension that provides 8.7 inches of ground clearance. These features make the Crosstrek more capable in poor weather and on off-road trails.”