Hello all, new Subaru Forester owner here. I think the internet held onto all the 2.5l oil consumption complaints from the past few years until I bought one and then opened the floodgates. Now that I have one in the driveway, all I see online is Subaru class action this, and class action that, and oil test this, and low oil light that. I have yet to see if people are still complaining about the oil consumption issues with the 2.5 with the 2019 but I am quite worried. I knew boxers had a slight oil issue due to design, oil pooling when parked tilted etc., but people complaining about a quart every 1k in very recent model years just makes me uneasy. Calling a quart every 1k miles normal does not make it so. I saw someone state here that they haven't used oil in 3k miles on a new 2019 Forester, and that set me at ease but I wanted to see if more people are checking and monitoring their oil consumption regularly. At the dealership just before purchase, I checked the oil and saw it way overfull, perhaps half an inch over "full". Now at 400 miles, I am just above "full" perhaps 1/8" so there was some oil loss already. I am aware of the copout idea that a new engine might burn some oil, but I am hopeful that my vehicle was just brought up to the front and parked there when I checked it (thus not settled) and it was indeed facing a slight downhill. (Insert uneasy laugh here). Has anyone seen any oil consumption with their 2019? I love it otherwise, it would hurt if I needed to add more than a quart every 3k.