New Subaru BRZ -

Subaru BRZ

New Subaru BRZ Price, Pictures, and Specs -
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When Subaru debuted BRZ the world knew it had struck gold. Featuring a lightweight design, an almost perfect weight distribution, and one of the lowest centers of gravity out there, the BRZ had only the best engineers working on it’s development. Those engineers didn’t come from just Subaru however as the BRZ is the result of a partnership between Subaru, Toyota, and Toyota’s sub-brand Scion. Because of this collaboration there is a sister to the BRZ in the form of the Scion FR-S.
The Subaru BR-Z features a direct-injected 2.0L boxer engine producing 200-hp and 151 lb/ft of torque. Boxer engines are also commonly called “flat” engines due to their cylinders facing in opposite directions resulting in a flat, compact design with less vibration. This is the exact reason Porsche has been using this engine design in the 911 for nearly fifty years (yes, fifty). The BRZ gives you a choice of two transmissions- a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic with integrated paddle shifters. We suggest going for the manual, if you are going to buy a small sports coupe, you might as well get it as a manual.
Due to the BRZ’s low starting price of just above $25,000, when you sit inside it becomes clear the interior budget wasn’t the highest when being designed. The instrument cluster appears dated and possibly borrowed from some of its other vehicles. The infotainment system although having a cheap appearance is easy to use and is fairly responsive. The BRZ Limited features a more upscale interior fitted with leather seating surfaces, a leather steering wheel, and well supported sports seats.
The Subaru BRZ is the perfect small sports coupe for those looking to maybe not tackle the track every weekend but rather more favors that one twisty road on the way to work everyday. Those looking to maybe kick the back out now and then will also be happy to hear that the BRZ shares the same skinny tires as the Toyota Prius meaning you can kill your tires drifting without breaking the bank. The Subaru BRZ’s competition includes the Scion FR-S, Chevrolet Camaro, and Ford Mustang.

The Stats
Starting Price: $25,395
Engine: 2.0L Flat four
Horsepower: 200
Torque: 151 lb/ft
0-60 MPH: 6.1 Seconds
Fuel Economy: 22/30 mpg
Safety Rating: 5 Stars

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