Subaru BRZ Features –
- Keyless access with push-button start
- Front-engine, rear-wheel drive
- 2.0-liter DOHC aluminum-alloy 16-valve Subaru boxer engine
- 6.2-inch adaptive touch-screen
This traditional sports car layout uses the signature longitudinal drivetrain of Subaru and adapts it to rear-wheel drive for more lively handling dynamics.
The compact, naturally symmetrical drivetrain design, combined with an extremely low and rearward engine placement, means you get a sports car with optimal balance and one of the lowest centers of gravity in its class. It’s also one of the lightest.
What are critics saying about the Subaru BRZ?
The small sport coupe is a small niche in the U.S. car market, but for shoppers who want nimble handling, peppy performance and good looks in a small package — and can’t abide the thought of four doors — the 2016 Subaru BRZ is one of the best choices available. It’s a back-to-basics, lightweight sports car with rear-wheel drive, excellent balance and an affordable price. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
Thanks to terrific chassis balance, sharp steering, and a low center of gravity, the BRZ is a blast to drive despite a lack of horsepower. The 200-hp 2.0-liter flat-four engine is mated to either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive. We prefer the manual for obvious reasons. A few more ponies would help, the exhaust note contradicts its sporting nature, and trunk space is limited, but those niggles don’t stop us from digging the BRZ for the purity of its mission. Read More >>