Subaru BRZ

The Subaru BRZ is the (nearly) identical twin to the Toyota 86; it's even built on the same production line.

The deal to build the 2+2 two-door sports car sees Subaru supply the chassis and base 2.0-litre flat-four engine infrastructure, while Toyota supplies its fuel injection system and design. The rear-wheel drive coupe is designed to be affordable and entertaining, and is the only Subaru on sale locally that's offered with two-wheel drive. It also set a precedent when it went on sale in 2012, becoming the first Australian-sold car to be offered for sale directly through Subaru Australia's website.

Prices for the BRZ range from $32,990 to $38,694 for the BRZ (base) and BRZ SPORTS PACK.

Subaru BRZ Reviews

Editor's Pick

Subaru BRZ manual 2017 review

Peter Anderson road tests and reviews the 2017 Subaru BRZ with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

2016

Used Subaru BRZ review: 2012-2016

Subaru BRZ is a small rear-drive Japanese sports coupe selling for a pretty reasonable price, particularly when compared with the cost of the typical European equivalents.Read more

2015

Subaru BRZ manual 2015 review

Chris Riley road tests and reviews the 2015 Subaru BRZ and answers the big questions.Read more

Subaru BRZ 2015 review

Craig Duff road tests and reviews the2015 Subaru BRZ, with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

2014

Best rear-wheel drive cars

Many still believe it's also the case with cars - drive from the rear and change direction through the front, weighed down by the power plant.Read more

Subaru BRZ 2014 Review

Subaru launched sales of the BRZ here solely online, but improved supply from the Japanese factory means the sports coupe is now being retailed through dealers.Read more

2013

Subaru BRZ S manual and automatic 2013 review

Subaru's BRZ has been a huge hit with enthusiast drivers who no doubt revel in the classic front engine/rear wheel drive layout, razor sharp dynamics and stunning style. They've chalked up 1000 sales of BRZ in the 18 months since it arrived...Read more

Subaru BRZ S 2013 review

Subaru Australia has brought the BRZ S pack Down Under to further enhance its stunningly successful new sports coupe. As soon as the announcement of the local availability of the pack was known we put up our hands to spend a week road testing one. It...Read more

Best cars as future classics 2013

Twenty years from now, the carscape will be vastly different. Electric cars will be commonplace, hybrids will be universal and the Aussie V8 muscle car will be a page in history. But a handful of 2013 cars will have survived the turmoil to attain classic...Read more

Subaru BRZ 2013 review

The Subaru BRZ is the type of car we haven't really had for almost 30 years. Back in the 70s and early 80s, you could buy several two-door rear-drive coupes from Europe and Japan and set about getting cheap thrills. But 15 years ago, the only coupe...Read more

Price Guide

$35,842

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

Lowest Price

$32,990

Highest Price

$38,694

Range & Specifications

2017 Coupe
(base)
MSRP
$34,990
ANCAP Rating
2017 Coupe
Premium
MSRP
$36,490
ANCAP Rating
2017 Coupe
SPORTS PACK
MSRP
$38,694
ANCAP Rating

Subaru BRZ News

Subaru BRZ 2018 pricing and spec confirmed

5 December 2017 by Neil Dowling

2017 Subaru BRZ | new car sales price

31 October 2016 by Andrew Chesterton

2017 Subaru BRZ Australian specs confirmed

16 August 2016 by Andrew Chesterton

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21 March 2013 by Paul Gover

Subaru BRZ Gymkhana

4 February 2013 by CarsGuide team

Subaru BRZ STi

17 December 2012 by CarsGuide team