Priced at PS26,495 for the SE Lux Manual version, the BRZ
is a lot of fun.
But the BRZ
has a much wider appeal than just a sports car.
It looks sleek and grown-up sitting in the car park among the other cars - not one of them a second BRZ
The 2017 Subaru BRZ
is "entirely re-packaged, with a power-packed performance, new aesthetics and greater safety specs", according to a statement.
comes only with a naturally aspirated four cylinder -- no turbo.
offers superb handling and economical fuel consumption, which is precisely what the engineers at Toyota and Subaru wanted when they created this car.
In true Subaru style the BRZ
is powered by a flat four boxer engine which offers exceptional flexibility and that highly-distinctive sound that all Subaru fans have come to appreciate if not love.
Both the BRZ
and the GT86 oer the purity of classic sports cars which is hard to nd today.
But the really nice thing about the BRZ
is that it offers real seat-of-the-pants sports car motoring that will appeal as much to young buyers as to enthusiasts seeking the two-seater handling of yesteryear.
With the lowest centre of gravity of any Subaru, perfect weight distribution, impressive fuel economy and a truly engaging front-engined, rear-wheel drive configuration, the BRZ
represents the pinnacle of Subaru chassis and engine development.
And, to accompany the 215/45 winter tyres, BRZ
buyers can choose between bright Silver or Anthracite Grey 17-inch alloy wheels.
SUBARU is offering buyers of its BRZ
sports car some festive cheer with a free set of alloy wheels and cold weather tyres, worth more than PS1,000 including fitting.