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Just put a deposit down on a '14 2.5L Touring Forester, which is in transit. I've seen other posts mention their build date? Where can you find that out? Just ask the dealership?
 

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It will also be on a sticker located at the very bottom right corner of the drivers side door opening.

You can see the black sticker all the way in the lower right corner of this photo:
 

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Just put a deposit down on a '14 2.5L Touring Forester, which is in transit. I've seen other posts mention their build date? Where can you find that out? Just ask the dealership?
2.5 L 14 Forester didn't know that this new model comes with the old 2.5? From what I know it only uses the new 2.0l engine!


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2.5 L 14 Forester didn't know that this new model comes with the old 2.5? From what I know it only uses the new 2.0l engine!
In the US the only engines available are the "old" 2.5" (FB25) motor or the "new" 2.0 DIT (FA20DIT) on the XT.

The 2.5 is the same motor that has been in US Foresters since 2011.
 

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In the US the only engines available are the "old" 2.5" (FB25) motor or the "new" 2.0 DIT (FA20DIT) on the XT.

The 2.5 is the same motor that has been in US Foresters since 2011.
Aha ok thanx for the info! I'm from europe and in My country we are only getting the 2L versions! Gas diesel and turbo!


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I need the exact date. Ordering pads and rotors and the split date is up to 4/14/10 and 4/15/10 and later. How do I get that information?
 

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You may not be able to get that specific of the date from any of the labels on the vehicle. You may have to contact Subaru to get that detail; they'll probably want your VIN to look up.
 
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