With the BRZ, Subaru has hit the spot for driving enthusiasts with an exhilarating to drive sports coupe that also happens to be affordable and economical at the pump. Co-developed by Subaru and Toyota, the BRZ and 86 (formerly Scion FR-S) are nearly identical twins. The only differences are styling nuances and suspension tuning. The Subaru offers more upscale features and factory options than the Toyota.
Subaru BRZ Road Test

Best Version to Get

We'd start with the base Premium trim with the six-speed manual transmission, which is fairly well equipped. The top-shelf Limited adds leather and synthetic suede heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, and keyless entry.
Road Test Scores by Trim
coupe Premium 4-cyl 6-speed Manual
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