The BRZ is a decent sports car. Its spry handling, sharp steering and capable engine make it a great choice for drivers seeking excitement. However, those looking for a daily commuter car may not be as fond of this Subaru’s firm ride and dated infotainment system. Also, there's no convertible body style in the BRZ lineup.
The two-door BRZ has four seats. Leather upholstery, heated front seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel are standard. Although the front seats are well-bolstered and supportive, they can also feel a bit tight. The rear seats are even more cramped and it's nearly impossible to fit a passenger back there without moving the front seat all the way forward. This vehicle has two full sets of LATCH connectors for the second row. This coupe has a 6.9 cubic-foot trunk, which is about average for a sports car. The rear seat folds down to provide a little extra room. The BRZ comes standard with the Starlink infotainment system, which features a 7-inch touch screen, Smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, navigation, Bluetooth, two USB ports, satellite radio, and an eight-speaker stereo. No other tech upgrades are available.
This Subaru is a driver’s car. It has a responsive steering and strong brakes. This coupe is less comfortable for daily driving, as the suspension is a touch firm, whether it get the standard sport-tuned system or STI-tuned suspension in the tS trim. All models come with rear-wheel drive. It has a top speed of 143 mph and a zero-to-60 time of 6.2 seconds. The BRZ is only available with rear-wheel drive.