Overview (Final Score: B+)
To summarize the 2015is simple: it’s fun times with an affordable price tag. Entry-level sports cars are making a comeback and are no longer the privvy of European makes. The Subaru BRZ is a collaborative design effort with Toyota, who sells near-twins as the Scion FR-S and the Toyota FT-86 both here and abroad. Collectively, the cars are often referred to as the “Toyobaru twins.”
Like most back-to-basics entry-level sports cars, the 2015 BRZ focuses on the driving experience rather than power output. Unlike many who have made this claim, though, the BRZ actually delivers with a fun-filled and dynamic driving experience that few can match.
What We Loved About the 2015 Subaru BRZ
- Lots of fun to drive.
- Great interior for the price.
- Solid cornering dynamics and excellent manual shift transmission.
What We Didn’t Love About the 2015 Subaru BRZ
- Infotainment can be clumsy.
- Not as fast or powerful as some rivals.
- Rear-wheel drive and summer tires make it impractical for many.
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