Subaru has announced the pricing details for the all-new 2013 Subaru BRZ sports car. The Premium model with a six-speed manual transmission is priced at $25,495 and the six-speed automatic version will start at $26,595. Standard on the Subaru BRZ Premium is a touch-screen GPS Navigation system, Bluetooth connectivity, and HID Headlamps.
The Limited model starts at $27,495 with a six-speed manual transmission, and $28,595 with a six-speed automatic transmission. Keyless Access & Start, heated seats & mirrors, and dual-zone automatic climate control are all standard on the BRZ Limited model. Fog lights, Alcantara seat inserts with leather bolsters, and a body-color decklid spoiler are also standard on the Limited model.
The Subaru BRZ was developed with low vehicle weight, a low center of gravity, and precision steering, all fundamentals of a sports car. Equipped with 200 horsepower and a Boxer engine, the BRZ proves to deliver a unique driving experience for all drivers.
Subaru dealerships will start receiving the BRX in the coming spring months. The prices above do not include the $750 destination charge.
The Subaru BRZ has been put on display many times around the world, but it has finally made an appearance in the United States at Detroit’s Auto Show. The latest sports car from Subaru will be available for purchase in the United States later this year.
Featured on the Subaru BRZ will be a 2.0-liter SUBARU BOXER engine that will produce 200 horsepower. This new engine will sit lower and farther back, which will enhance response and handling while offering a great amount of power and fuel efficiency.
One of the most anticipated Subaru cars in quite some time, the BRZ will come standard with such features as limited-slip differential, High-Intensity Discharge headlights, Bluetooth connectivity, and a GPS navigation system. The BRZ has also been praised for its unique and attractive exterior design.