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A new generation calls for a new engine, and the 2022 BRZ has received a real performance boost from its 2.4L flat-four-cylinder engine. A Subaru Boxer® engine nevertheless, it lays horizontally, matching with the BRZ's ultra-low center of gravity for greater handling and road responsiveness. If you like the twists and turns of a back road or the soaring excitement of a coastal highway drive, the 2022 BRZ is your ideal companion.
The 2022 BRZ is set up to give you more storage flexibility when it comes to what you can haul for a trip away or a day at the mall. The fixed 6.3 cu-ft of storage space is roomy enough for daily errands such as grabbing groceries on the way home from work. With its rear row folded down, the cargo capacity can take on so much more, almost doubling the available space for even more possibilities.
Subaru promised a driver-focused update for the 2022 BRZ, and they certainly delivered. This is a car that focuses on your enjoyment behind the wheel and thanks to some new instruments and technical changes to the driver information display, it only increases your connection to the car when in motion. A new digital dashboard puts the tachometer and integrated digital speedometer directly in view, while a programmable meter next to it can show amps, water temperature, and g-force. Motorsport enthusiasts will love the tachometer when the BRZ is in track mode; it transforms into a quick-to-view linear color graph. Feeling sporty? So is the BRZ.
The BRZ is actually a pretty clever coupe, and its rear-row seating is one of its greatest assets. Once you're familiar with its dimensions, you'll quickly realize that the rear-row absolutely can serve passengers well. It's an easy yes for quick trips to the coffee shop with your friends or an unexpected sleepover request from your preschooler. You'll also love that rear row when your four-legged friends want to join you or when you're heading to the post office with holiday packages stacked nicely in the back. Versatility is the BRZ's bonus feature.
Can you make a sports car look sportier? In the case of the 2022 BRZ, the answer is yes. It boasts a refreshed exterior, full of performance-enhancing features that take airflow functionality and make it look oh-so-good. A new front fascia is supported by side-sill spoilers that create downforce at speed, while functional side vents reduce drag. Small fins at the back of the rear-wheel arches add airflow stability at speed, while the trunk hatch has an upturned functional rear spoiler. These track touches are a vibrant addition to the new exterior styling.
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RepairPal gave the Subaru BRZ an overall reliability rating of 3.5 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Above Average. This rating ranks Subaru BRZ 24th out of 27 among Subcompact Cars.View RepairPal's full rating of the Subaru BRZ
Rear Wheel Drive (2WD)
F 41.5"/R 29.9"
F 37"/R 33.5"
They certainly share similarities, but no, they are not identical. Both are rear-wheel drive sports cars with a 2.4L engine, however, the 2022 models have their own identity, with noticeably different front fascias.
Yes. According to the manufacturer, the 2022 Subaru BRZ has a top speed of 140 mph.
It's a descriptive acronym for the car's mechanical heartbeat: BRZ stands for Boxer, Rear-wheel drive, Zenith.
As a rear-wheel drive coupe with responsive handling, the Subaru BRZ is most definitely a sports car.
Crystal Black Silica
Crystal White Pearl
Ice Silver Metallic
Magnetite Gray Metallic
WR Blue Pearl
Black/Red (Ultrasuede & leather)
Having benefited from an interior refresh, the 2022 BRZ now has deeper low-riding front bucket seats with more ergonomic padding. Black cloth is the 2022 BRZ's standard upholstery, with optional leather and Ultrasuede accent fabric — with red stitch finishing for the Limited trim. Rear seats have limited legroom, but they are fitted with two sets of LATCH anchors and fold down almost flat to increase cargo capacity when needed.
The 2022 Subaru BRZ has four seats, though many consider it more comfortable for just two upfront. The rear seats are fitted with two full sets of LATCH anchors that are easy to find and use.
This slick little sports coupe has graduated. The second-generation BRZ (from 2022) is a performance magician, conjuring up more engine excitement and driver enjoyment. A new-for–2022 powertrain makes its debut for all trims; the 2.4L horizontally-opposed Boxer engine delivers 228 hp and a zero-to-60 time of just 6 seconds (according to the manufacturer, when new). Its top speed, according to the manufacturer, is 140 mph. The manual six-speed transmission comes as standard, with an optional automatic six-speed also available. The 2022 BRZ Premium base trim with rear-wheel drive, manual transmission, and 2.4L engine achieves an EPA-estimated 22 mpg combined.
According to EPA estimates, the RWD 2022 Subaru BRZ with 2.4L engine and automatic transmission, has tailpipe greenhouse gas emissions of 362 grams per mile. The same RWD 2.4L engine model, when paired with the manual transmission, has tailpipe greenhouse gas emissions of 398 grams per mile.
These estimates are based on a brand-new model. Visit fueleconomy.gov for more details.
2013–2020 Subaru BRZ (First Generation)
The Subaru BRZ made its debut in 2013, powered by a 2.0L horizontally opposed boxer four-cylinder engine. 2013 models produced 200 hp and were paired to a standard six-speed manual or available six-speed automatic transmission. In 2015, Subaru began introducing limited-edition BRZ trims, starting with the Series Blue and ending with the Series Gray in 2019—which included unique design signatures, and performance upgrades, including gray-painted alloy wheels, and Brembo® high-performance brakes. In 2020, Subaru retired the Premium base trim, with the tS performance model from 2018 returning as the new top trim.
2022-Present Subaru BRZ (Second Generation)
The 2022 BRZ kicks off its second generation with a revised design and sportier interior. Plus, driving enthusiasts will appreciate the 2.4L, 228-hp Subaru Boxer® engine for a sportier feel and performance. Available trims include Premium and Limited.
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