|By PR Newswire||
|February 18, 2013 03:59 PM EST||
TOPEKA, Kan., Feb. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- There's an option for buyers looking for the benefits of an SUV but not needing the big engine and fuel consumption that comes with it, the 2013 Forester in Topeka is the choice. There are plenty of buyers out there looking for the benefits of an SUV that don't need a third-row of seats or big towing power, yet still want an SUV. There are numerous reasons to want an SUV, from the ride-height and off-road capability to styling and comfort and even status. There are also reasons that buyers prefer an SUV but don't buy one, including fuel consumption and overgrown size. For buyers who are struggling with the decision based on any of these factors or other the 2013 Forester offers a choice.
When it comes to fuel efficiency the 2013 Forester offers 21/27 mpg from a full-time all-wheel drive vehicle, which is remarkable. Buyers opting for the 2013 Forester will also benefit from the high resale value that comes with it, as Kiplinger's noted with a "Best Resale Value" award for the 2013 Forester. Forester also caries years of IIHS "Top Safety Pick" awards dating back to 2007 making it one of the safest SUV's on the market. Buyers interested in the 2013 Forester in Topeka can now get into one at Briggs Subaru of Topeka, the area's newest Subaru dealer; with all-wheel drive cars in Topeka from Subaru.
The 2013 Forester is just one of the great Subaru products available at Briggs Subaru. For more information on the 2013 Forester contact Briggs Subaru of Topeka at (785) 267-2390 or visit www.BriggsSubaruofTopeka.com. Briggs Subaru of Topeka is bringing safe, reliable, fuel efficient, value retaining, all-wheel drive SUV alternatives like the 2013 Forester and 2013 Outback to buyers in Topeka, KS and the surrounding area.
Media Contact: Michelle Clark Briggs Subaru of Topeka, (785) 267-2390, [email protected]
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