The small sports car market is a little bit crowded; The swift Toyota Supra, the eternally relevant Mazda MX-5, and the hotly anticipated Nissan Z are quite a group. However, consumers shouldn’t discount the performance bargain that is the Subaru BRZ. The little hardtop sports car boasts serious driver’s car stamina in an inexpensive package. What’s the best part? You can still have a 2023 Subaru BRZ for under $30,000.
|Trim||Transmission||MSRP (U.S.)||MSRP plus Destination and Delivery|
|BRZ Premium||6-Speed Manual||$28,595||$29,615|
|BRZ Premium||6-Speed Automatic||$30,095||$31,115|
|BRZ Limited||6-Speed Manual||$31,095||$32,115|
|BRZ Limited||6-Speed Automatic||$32,795||$33,815|
How much does a 2023 Subaru BRZ cost?
The 2023 Subaru BRZ has a starting cost of $28,595. That is quite a bargain, considering everything you get for that sum. For less than $30,000, consumers can have a handsome little sports coupe with a short wheelbase. In addition to enticing roadster aesthetics, the base Subaru BRZ is modestly equipped with technology and amenities. According to Tractionlife, the base BRZ gets dual-zone climate control, a sporty push-button start, and a STARLINK eight-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
For consumers who want nicer interior features, the Subaru BRZ Limited offers sporty upgrades. The Limited features bolstered seats with red stitching, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and some red leather accents. However, if you want the Subaru BRZ Limited, it’s going to cost an extra $3,000 to $5,000.
The new BRZ is a performance bargain
The 2023 Subaru BRZ brings inexpensive sports car performance and handling to the hands of consumers. Subaru equipped the little sports coupe with a new 2.4-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder Boxer engine which produces 228 horsepower. That doesn’t sound like much, but considering the BRZ weighs well under 3,000 lbs, it is more than enough. Additionally, the use of a naturally aspirated engine means that drivers won’t have to worry about turbo lag.
In addition to an eager little Boxer motor, customers have a choice of either a shiftable six-speed automatic transmission or six-speed manual transmission. When you consider the combination of a capable engine, manual transmission, and lightweight construction makes for a great driver’s car and a performance bargain.
The 2023 Subaru BRZ is a great choice for consumers looking for a back-to-basics driver’s car
Subaru’s little performance coupe builds on the winning formula of the previous generation. The BRZ and its sister car, the Toyota GR86 shine in the elegant simplicity of a lightweight driver’s car. One thing is for certain, shoppers who opt for a BRZ will be buying a performance car bargain. If you want to read more about the Subaru BRZ and how it compares to the Mazda MX-5, scroll down to the following article.