Subaru BRZ Coupes

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2018 Subaru BRZ

For 2018, Subaru has improved the BRZ’s infotainment and navigation system, and it has created the high-performance BRZ tS model with chassis tuning by STI, which is Subaru’s legendary in-house hot-rod shop. The special model features 18-inch wheels and improved handling over the standard BRZ. Only 500 will be built.

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.

About Subaru BRZ

Beloved by young driving enthusiasts looking for affordable thrills, the 2018 Subaru BRZ is a small, lightweight sports coupe with rear-wheel drive, a manual transmission and over 200 horsepower. It’s the only Subaru that isn’t all-wheel drive, and with pricing starting just over $26,000 it remains one of the least expensive ways for performance enthusiasts to have fun on a budget. It’s powered by a 2.0-liter version of Subaru’s flat, horizontally opposed 4-cylinder engine, a unique design that helps lower the coupe’s center of gravity and improve its handling. The Subaru BRZ competes with the Mazda Miata and mechanically and visually similar Toyota 86, but unlike the 2-seat Miata roadster, the BRZ is offered only as a closed coupe and it offers a small back seat.

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