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2017 Subaru BRZ


City 21 MPG Hwy 29 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.9 (out of 5)
Value 4.6
Exterior 4.8
Interior 4.4
Comfort 4.6
Performance 4.4
Reliability 4.8
I'm in love

by Eddie from Statesville | January 10, 2020

It's small, peppy and unbelievably fun to drive. I fell in love at first rev. I will own this car for a very long time and after looking at after market parts, there is so much that can be done to it.

Most fun to drive car I've owned

by Carguy from Mission Viejo, CA | November 19, 2019

This car is extremely dependable and gets looks all the time. Its also sooo much fun to drive. Its great on gas as well. One of the last struck shifts still available

I love it

by Racheth from Miami, fl | December 29, 2018

This car is amazing . Driving it is an incredible experience . The only problem is that the rear seats part is a litle small.

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2017 Subaru BRZ Overview

The four-seat Subaru BRZ is a lightweight, rear-wheel-drive sports coupe with a horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine. It's not a traditional offering from Subaru; every other model in its lineup has all-wheel drive and four doors. The BRZ was developed with Toyota, whose product from the partnership is the similar Toyota 86 (formerly Scion FR-S). The BRZ competes with the Hyundai Genesis Coupe and Mazda MX-5 Miata.

New for 2017
The BRZ has new front styling and standard LED headlights. LED fog lights are available. The taillights also use LEDs and all trim levels have a rear spoiler.

The engine gets new internal components to reduce friction as well as updated intake and exhaust manifolds for better airflow. Engine horsepower with the standard six-speed manual transmission increases by 5 hp to 205 hp and the final drive ratio on manual-transmission cars has been shortened to improve acceleration. Suspension changes include new coil springs and shock absorbers, a larger rear stabilizer bar and reinforced strut-tower braces. The Sport mode is now called Track thanks to higher stability system thresholds.

A new Performance Package for Limited models with the manual transmission includes Brembo-brand brake calipers, larger rotors, Sachs-brand performance shocks and black 17-inch alloy wheels. A Series.Yellow version based on the Limited trim with the Performance Package features a yellow exterior and yellow cabin accents. Just 500 Series.Yellow BRZs will be built.

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