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Info & specs

Subaru BRZ

Subaru BRZ side view
Subaru BRZ angular front perspective
Subaru BRZ angular rear perspective

Overview of the Subaru BRZ

Learn about the Subaru BRZ

Summary

Introduced in 2013, the Subaru BRZ is one of the Japanese brand's top-performing sports cars. Ditching the four-wheel drive system found in the rest of the lineup, the BRZ is a fun drive, thanks to a light curb weight and confidence-inspiring handling. And what's more, it does this at an accessible price.

It's not a family car due to tight rear seats and a small trunk. But if you're looking for a sharply styled coupe (two-door) that prioritizes exciting driving, with a manual or automatic transmission, the Subaru BRZ is a strong contender.

Pros and cons of the Subaru BRZ

  • Fastback 2+2 sport coupe
  • Manual or automatic transmission
  • Responsive sports car handling
  • Limited space in rear seats
  • Four-cylinder Boxer engine lacks power
  • Limited visibility due to low roofline
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.

Safety ratings of the Subaru BRZ

Safety ratings provided by NHTSA

  • Number of airbags6

Specifications of the Subaru BRZ

Key specifications available across all trim levels
  • Seats4
  • Doors2
  • Fuel typeGas
  • TransmissionManual or Automatic
  • City consumption8.3 - 11.6 L/100km
  • Highway consumption5.9 - 8.6 L/100km
  • Width1775 mm
  • Length4235 - 4260 mm
  • Trunk space196 L
  • Cargo space196 L
Exact values depend on trim and engine choice.

Trims available with the Subaru BRZ

What is a trim? Trims are different options of the same car with different features and equipment. The specs depend on the trim you choose.This variant of the Subaru BRZ 2013 - 2020 is available in 9 trims:

Basic trim features and specs

Frequently asked questions about the Subaru BRZ