Used 2009 Subaru Values

Select a 2009 Subaru model below to get used trade-in values and retail prices

(Model years 2018 - 1968 including exotics and classic cars)
Acting more like an SUV now, the 2009 Subaru Forester compact crossover achieves greater utility while retaining its charm.
A four-door compact, the 2009 Impreza Sedan retains strong engines, standard all-wheel drive and solid crash test scores.
A punchier version of the regular sedan, 2009 Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX gets stronger suspension, more powerful engines and upgraded body style.
In the compact five-door hatchback version, the 2009 Subaru Impreza Wagon still has powerful engine choices, all-wheel drive and good fuel economy.
Benefitting from the WRX upgrades, the 2009 Subaru Impreza Wagon WRX highlights the STI trim that boasts a super powerful engine and a troupe of enhancements.
The 4-door 2009 Subaru Legacy midsize sedan is highlighted by horizontally opposed engines that power the car's performance, while delivering all-wheel drive and good test crash scores
For safety, handling and reliability, the all-wheel drive 2009 Subaru Outback midsize wagon and/or crossover SUV also boasts attractive interior and exterior detailing.
A midsize crossover SUV, the 2009 Subaru Tribeca is available in five- or seven-passenger configurations and a choice of several trim levels.

Arguably one of the longest-running members of the new crossover utility bandwagon, the Subaru Forester is completely redesigned for the 2009 model year. The new generation Forester assumes proportioning similar to that of modern crossover vehicles. Introduced last year, the Subaru Impreza line-up gains some heavy upgrades for the 2009 model year. A higher overall safety benchmark is set with the 2009 Subaru Impreza thanks to the standardization of four-wheel disc braking and Vehicle Dynamics Control on all models. A new 2.5GT version of the Impreza introduces a 224-horsepower turbocharged powerplant to the vehicle's standard range. The performance-tuned Impreza WRX receives a 41-horsepower boost for 2009 for a total 265 horsepower. A base Legacy 3.0 R is added to the 2009 Subaru line-up while the premium-appointed, L.L. Bean edition of the Subaru Outback has been dropped. Electronic stability control is added to both the Subaru Legacy as well as the Outback.