Subaru BRZ Overview
Developed with Toyota, Subaru's first RWD sports car features a 2.0-liter four-cylinder with a choice of a six-speed manual or automatic. Handling is super-responsive, with agility that is on a par with some high-priced German sports cars. In corners, the BRZ turns in promptly, with almost no body lean. The steering is quick and well-weighted. At its limits, the BRZ understeers more than its mechanical sibling, the Toyota FR-S. That difference makes it more forgiving but slightly less rewarding. The ride is also a bit more jittery. The cabin is relatively plain, with well-bolstered sport seats, but the ride and elevated noise can be taxing. Reliability is well below average, and we can't recommend the BRZ.
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