The Subaru Forester is an unassuming vehicle, utilitarian in nature and as capable as any sports utility vehicle while maintaining a station wagon's overall dimensions and drivability. The Forester was largely responsible for the crossover's rise in popularity and quickly became a common sight on roads, paved and unpaved, across the United States and Japan. Their reliability has ensured that the boxy little wagons have remained a constant with many second-generation Foresters accumulating over 300,000 miles. Though unlike our usual offerings, this 2003 Subaru Forester has accumulated just 6,400 miles since it left the factory and is likely the best-preserved second-generation Forester in existence. This two-owner car is entirely original and has been driven short distances on a semi-regular basis for the last 17 years. The result is a Forester that still feels like it's brand new. For the Subaru enthusiast or for the owner of a high-mileage Forester, this car presents a unique opportunity to own what is essentially a brand new second-generation Forester.
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