Subaru Forester Top Features
A trusty, no-nonsense family SUV.
Focuses on practicality and reliability.
Petrol-only, with no plug-in hybrid or diesel available.
How Does My Subaru Forester Lease Work?
Leasing means you ‘rent’ a brand-new car for a set period, usually 2-5 years, depending on your chosen contract length. You won’t own the car and return it at the end of your agreement. You do need to keep the car in good condition, but don’t need to worry about depreciation costs or a balloon payment once your deal ends.
Simply choose your preferred Subaru Forester lease model, plus your annual mileage, contract length and upfront payment. You can also add an optional maintenance package if you wish. If you’re happy to go ahead with your monthly price, we’ll finalise your agreement and deliver your new Subaru Forester free of charge. To find out more about how contract hire works, take a look at our easy-to-understand guide to car leasing.
Benefits Of Your Subaru Forester Lease
Many car manufacturers these days spend a great deal of time and money emphasising how trendy, stylish and fashionable they and their models are. Not Subaru – the Japanese brand made its name producing no-nonsense workhorse vehicles beloved by rural motorists.
Subaru leasing offers more of a fuss-free, back-to-basics nature than a lot of its rivals. If you’re someone who appreciates this kind of take on things, you’ll find a lot to like about the Forester.
While its mostly a functional car, the Subaru Forester does offer tremendous reliability, robust build quality, genuine off-road ability, and loads of space for both passengers and luggage.
If you regularly have to deal with muddy back lanes or icy conditions while driving – or have a couple of large dogs or unruly teenagers to transport – the rugged Forester is an excellent choice.
Great Range Of High-Tech Safety Features
How Does The Subaru Forester Drive?
Subaru Forester Lease Models
The Forester comes in just 1 body shape – a large and boxy-looking 5-door family SUV.
Subaru used to be known for its turbocharged, rally-inspired ‘WRX’ models, but those days are behind it now and there’s no special high-performance variant of the Forester.
Subaru Forester Trim Levels
XE XE Premium
There are just 2 Forester trim levels to pick from – the entry-level XE has a good level of standard kit, including power-folding mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, alloy wheels, a leather steering wheel, heated front seats, dual-zone air conditioning, an 8-inch touchscreen, digital radio, adaptive cruise control, 4-wheel drive and Subaru’s package of active safety systems, which is called EyeSight.
Compare Your Subaru Forester Lease
The main thing the Subaru Forester offers over its rivals is genuinely rugged off-road ability. While many family SUVs look the part with roof rails and chunky wheelarches, they’re liable to get stuck once the road turns muddy or a hill gets steep.