Subaru BRZ Pricing and Specs
Subaru’s version of the Toyota 86 (the two cars were jointly developed by Toyota and Subaru), the BRZ is a slinky two-door coupe that punches well above its accessible price tag in dynamics, whether you’re on a racetrack or a twisting road. It might be the 86’s twin-under-the-skin, but it does feel plenty different in the cabin, with Subaru instilling the BRZ with a more premium-feeling interior. The suspension is a little firmer, too, meaning it can bump a bit more over bad city roads. There are few cars that offer the same cut-price thrills as the BRZ, and despite getting on in years, it still holds its own with the best of the business.
This vehicle is also known as Toyota FT86, Toyota GT86, Scion FR-S (2012–2016).
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Subaru BRZ FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Subaru BRZ here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Failed power steering in BRZ?
You'd like to think that once fixed it won't happen again, particularly as it is happened to you once before, but no one can predict what might or might not happen in the future. No one can guarantee 100 percent that it won't happen again, but Subaru should be able to explain what caused the problem and give you a reasonable assurance that it wont re-occur. The dealer's responsibility is to fix your car; Subaru's should be to explain what happened and why so you can get back to driving your car with confidence. If the dealer doesn't want to help go directly to Subaru and ask to talk to an engineer. If you don't get any satisfaction go further up the company ladder until, if necessary, go all the way to the top. If the repairs are going to take some weeks as you suspect you should ask for a loan car so you're not without wheels.Show more
Narrow SUV with enough power?
The XV is the narrowest vehicle of its type, no other SUV we checked was as narrow, which makes your quest a difficult one. Finding a vehicle that has more grunt isn't difficult, you can check the specs of the various cars on the web, but I think you'll have trouble finding a car that fits your width needs. You might need to rethink the type of car you want.Show more
Factory vs. Aftermarket: which oil is better?
I would use the factory recommended oil, at least while the car is under warranty. Once the warranty has expired you could use the Mobil oil and shouldn’t experience any problems.Show more