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2019 Subaru BRZ


City 21 MPG Hwy 29 MPG

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Overall Rating:
3.7 (out of 5)
Value 3.7
Exterior 3.7
Interior 3
Comfort 3.3
Performance 3.7
Reliability 3.7
A sports car like no other.

by LordMaster from Orange, California | September 18, 2019

I own the manual transmission and I've driven the automatic transmission. Both setups are amazing. A very lightweight sports car with incredible handling, great fuel economy, and very inexpensive to maintain. If a do-it-yourselfer buys this car, the one difficult challenge with maintenance is the removal of the 4 spark plugs. It has a boxer engine so the spark plugs mount at the side of the engine which may be difficult to get to. It has a somewhat usable back seat, I've had family and friends sit in the back and it's tight but can be managed. I also have two baby seats mounted in the back which fit perfectly. The interior size is very close to a Porsche 911 for reference. And that's basically what this car is, a budget-friendly Porsche 911. Out of the 5 sports cars that I have owned the BRZ/FRS has be the best. Better than my 2 mustangs, BMW 335i, Camero, and a 996 Porsche 911. Although it has less horsepower than all of those cars, The handling, light weightiness, and the driving characteritics more than makeup for it. I plan on keeping mine for life.

Super fun

by Meagan from Lake Stevens, WA | April 14, 2019

I love my Subaru BRZ, it's a fun, zippy little car and very attractive looking. Full of up to date technology and easy to customize.

Get a real car

by Mosfet4 from Midlothian, TX | March 29, 2019

The car is very cramp. The backseat is a joke. My 8 year old won't fit in the back it is there for show purposes only. The performance lags and is disappointing.

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2019 Subaru BRZ Overview

The 2019 Subaru BRZ is a two-door sports coupe that seats four passengers. It is powered by a 205-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission. A six-speed automatic is available as well, but performance is slightly lowered to 200-hp. Fuel economy for the manual BRZ is an EPA-estimated rating of 21/29 mpg city/highway. It raises to a 24/33 mpg rating with the automatic transmission.

Three trims are available: Premium, Limited, and Series Grey. The new Series Grey trim comes in an exclusive gray paint color but has the same improved handling and Brembo performance brakes as the Limited trim.