Used Subaru BRZ for Sale
2017 Subaru BRZ Limited
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2017 Subaru BRZ Series.Yellow
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About the Subaru BRZ
After many years of hype and planning, the Subaru BRZ made its long-awaited debut for the 2013 model year. This compact coupe sports car was developed in tandem with Toyota, sharing the same platform as the Toyota 86—and for many sports’ car enthusiasts, the BRZ was well worth the wait.
Offering seating for up to four people, the Subaru BRZ boasts incredible handling and maneuverability for a truly enjoyable drive. Meanwhile, even its base Premium trim is well appointed, featuring such standard equipment as summer performance tires, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a built-in navigation system on the 2016 model year. If you're looking for a compact coupe that's as stylish as it is fun to drive, don't overlook the Subaru BRZ.
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Q: How fast is the Subaru BRZ?
A: According to TopSpeed.com, the 2014 and 2015 Subaru BRZ have a top speed of 143 mph.
Q: Is the Subaru BRZ turbocharged?
A: No, none of the engines offered on the BRZ are turbocharged. A 2.0L four-cylinder engine at 205 hp is standard on every trim and model year.
Q: Is the Subaru BRZ a two-seater?
A: No, the BRZ is a four-seat coupe. However, adults will have the most legroom and headroom in the front seats.
Q: Does the BRZ have a sunroof?
A: No, the Subaru BRZ is not offered with a sunroof.
Q: Is the Subaru BRZ all-wheel drive?
A: No, the BRZ is offered exclusively with rear-wheel drive.
Subaru BRZ Trim Configurations
Since the BRZ was introduced for the 2013 model year, the Premium and Limited trims have remained consistent offerings. With each model year, however, a limited-edition trim was also released. A 2.0L four-cylinder engine at 205 hp and six-speed manual transmission has also been the standalone powertrain option since the BRZ debuted.
Unless otherwise noted, the following trim features are based on the 2017 model year.
- 17-inch alloy wheels with summer tires
- Limited-slip rear differential
- 6.2-inch touchscreen with smartphone integration
- Bluetooth® connectivity
- Eight-speaker sound system
- Keyless entry and ignition
- Automatic dual-zone climate control
- Leather and simulated-suede upholstery
- Sporty rear spoiler
- LED fog lights
- All-black wheels
- Red brake calipers
- Blue and black cabin color scheme
- Aerodynamic body design
- Available blue or white exterior paint
- Frameless rearview mirror
- HyperBlue exterior badging
- Black and blue cabin color scheme
- BRZ embroidered front seats
- 17-inch black alloy wheels
- Upgraded suspension dampers
- Upgraded Brembo brakes
- Black and yellow cabin color scheme
- Yellow cabin accent stitching
- Larger 18-inch wheels with sport tires
- Carbon-fiber trunk spoiler
- Cherry Blossom Red exterior accents
- Red leather seat accents
- All-gray alloy wheels
- Sachs performance dampers
- Unique cabin trim accents
RepairPal gave the Subaru BRZ an overall reliability rating of 3 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Average. This rating ranks the Subaru BRZ 20th out of 21 among subcompact cars.
- Cost RepairPal reports that the average total annual cost for repairs and maintenance on a Subaru BRZ is $672, compared to an average of $520 for subcompact cars and $719 for all the vehicles RepairPal considered in its dataset.
- Frequency According to RepairPal, Subaru BRZ owners bring their vehicles into a repair shop for unscheduled repairs an average of 0.3 times per year, compared to an average of 0.3 times for subcompact cars and 0.5 times for all the vehicle models RepairPal considered in its dataset.
- Severity RepairPal reported that the probability of a repair being a severe or major issue is 18% for the Subaru BRZ, compared to an average of 11% for subcompact cars and 13% for all the vehicles RepairPal considered in its dataset.
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*RepairPal Reliability Ratings are provided by RepairPal and CarMax is not responsible for their accuracy. These ratings are based on RepairPal Reliability data as of 12/31/2018. Learn more.
Reviews for Subaru BRZ
I love JDM
Very fun to drive, lightweight, nimble, easy to steer, it goes where you want it go, controllable. It may lack power but the aftermarket parts are endless for this car. Highly customizable to your own liking as long as you got the money.
- Styling: It has a very sleek and modern design. True sports car vibe without exaggerating a lot.
- Ride and Handling: This is second to none, this car really epitomizes Japanese mantra of lightweight rear wheel drive 4 cylinder cars that go around a track faster than anything else.
- Dashboard: One of my favorites is the dashboard because of it's simple yet elegant and sporty feel everywhere from the steering wheel to the dash itself with leather touch and nicely stiched accent.
- Power: Power is underrated in this car especially considering how well it will bend the curves but pure straightline speed really is lacking.
- Fuel Economy: I thought the fuel economy could be a little better for a car with small engine and light body.
- Technology and Entertainment: Lack of Android auto or apple car play is a little disappointing. Also the standard stereo is nothing to write home about.
A flashback to when cars were built for fun
The BRZ is a trip back to when cars were built with the purpose to put a smile on your face, but with modern reliability, safety, and amenities. With a stick shift, this car feels totally analogue (especially with traction control off). No need for fancy 360 cameras, hill-start assist, blind spot detection, or any of the other distractions you get from your new BMWs. Just raw, analog, honest-to-god rear-wheel-drive fun.
- Ride and Handling: Incredibly low center of gravity, even on stock springs. Quick steering ratio as well.
- Fuel Economy: ~26 mpg in Atlanta traffic
- Cargo Space: Surprising amount of cargo space for a sports coupe with the back seats folded down
- Visibility: Forward-facing visibility is GREAT, but it is lacking when reversing or changing lanes. Back-seat windows are pretty much non-existent.
- Power: 200 horsepower is more than enough for a car this size, but unfortunately the BRZ is lacking in the torque department. Especially with the factory torque dip at around 5k rpms.
Quick but carmax was taxing.
It’s really light, agile, quick. Not fast, but quick. Really easy to drift, they have a big aftermarket for this car. It’s not super fancy but it still turns heads.
- Ride and Handling: Probably better than anything you’ve driven.
- Seat Comfort: Buckets are great.
- Power: Decent power but could be improved with a tune.
- Cabin Noise: It’s a light car, you can hear everything.
- Fuel Economy: I average 21.9 mpg and it’s 93 only unless you do an E85 tune
- Value: They’re usually cheap but carmax was definitely taxing.
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