2019 Outback premium. Tungsten metallic.
I sure did, in fact I didn't bother to test drive the '19 Forester because it had s/s. On 9/27 my Outback was side-swiped by another car, and luckily my insurance company decided to have it fixed for $14,400.. If they had "totaled" it, and because my area's '19 models were all sold, I did not know what I was going to do. Normally I would have just paid a bit more for a new '20. I may be keeping the '19 longer than I planned, unless Subaru starts making s/s EASY to turn off for a given trip (instead of fooling around with the touch-screen).