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2017 Subaru BRZ

The 2017 Subaru BRZ has been updated with front and rear styling tweaks, a new steering wheel with built-in audio/phone/cruise-control buttons, chassis reinforcements and revised springs and dampers. Manual-transmission models get a slight bump in power. A limited-edition Series.Yellow model is also available for 500 buyers.

2016 Subaru BRZ

Changes for the 2016 Subaru BRZ are few and all inside, with a new Starlink Multimedia System with a 6.2-inch touch display that includes a vast host of informational, entertainment and cyber-connection functions. There is also Series.HyperBlue, basically a snazzy trim package, of which Subaru will build just 500.

2015 Subaru BRZ

The 2015 Subaru BRZ gets new shock absorbers this year to help smooth the ride, but without hurting handling. A limited special edition called "Series.Blue" is also available, featuring aerodynamic enhancements and unique paint colors.

About Subaru BRZ

The 2017 Subaru BRZ is both an anomaly in the automaker's lineup and a gem of a sports car hiding in plain sight. With its rear-wheel-drive layout, the BRZ coupe is the only Subaru that isn't all-wheel drive. That rear-drive configuration, combined with its 2+2 seating, lightweight design and roughly $26,000 starting price, also makes the BRZ among the few affordable compact-sports coupes available for today's generation of driving devotees. Lightly updated for 2017, the Subaru BRZ remains one of the least expensive ways to have some of the most fun for performance enthusiasts on a budget. Sure, you can get more power in a Camaro and open-air thrills in a Miata, but the BRZ offers balance and dynamics that few others can touch.

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