2015 Subaru BRZ
8,741 Miles
$23,995

Lake Forest, CA
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2014 Subaru BRZ
40,211 Miles
$18,976

Grants Pass, OR
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2015 Subaru BRZ
17,022 Miles
$22,599

Albuquerque, NM
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2015 Subaru BRZ
15,368 Miles
$19,958

Savannah, GA
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2015 Subaru BRZ
8,124 Miles
$24,449

Puyallup, WA
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2015 Subaru BRZ
9,824 Miles
$23,922

Puyallup, WA
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2015 Subaru BRZ
4,365 Miles
$23,000

Las Vegas, NV
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2015 Subaru BRZ
23,083 Miles
$21,100

Avenel, NJ
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2013 Subaru BRZ
25 Miles
$29,570

Seattle, WA
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2013 Subaru BRZ
17,981 Miles
$17,139

Cicero, NY
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2016 Subaru BRZ
5,801 Miles
$21,999

Eugene, OR
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2013 Subaru BRZ
35,860 Miles
$19,986

Lombard, IL
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2015 Subaru BRZ
17,082 Miles
$22,575

Cheyenne, WY
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2015 Subaru BRZ
15,659 Miles
$24,461

Springfield, OH
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2015 Subaru BRZ
9,032 Miles
$24,000

Walnut Creek, CA
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2016 Subaru BRZ
824 Miles
$32,888

West Melbourne, FL
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2015 Subaru BRZ
4,230 Miles
$22,499

Beaverton, OR
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2016 Subaru BRZ
12,198 Miles
$27,921

Portland, OR
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2013 Subaru BRZ
1,208 Miles
$21,450

Somersworth, NH
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2013 Subaru BRZ
72,112 Miles
$16,494

Mc Kinney, TX
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Owner Reviews
Overall 4.5
Value 4.6
Performance 4.0
Style 4.7
Comfort 4.2
Fuel Economy 4.1
Maintenance 4.5

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Subaru BRZ Owner Ratings & Reviews

2013 Subaru BRZ - Budget Sports Car

San Antonio, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value 5.0
Performance 3.0
Style 5.0
Comfort 5.0
Fuel Economy 5.0
Maintenance 5.0
I've been following the Subaru BRZ since it was a concept car. I love how it stayed true to its roots as an economical sports car with almost 50/50 weight distribution and excellent handling. The Limited trim comes with alcantara lined bucket seats, very easy to clean and does not get too hot even during the central Texas summers. The cabin has enough space for me (I am 5 foot 11) up front but not much room in the rear seats unless you have young kids back there. Trunk has about as much room as my 2007 BMW 335i, enough to haul groceries, and minor duties. The rear seats fold down to give more carrying capacity as well. The build quality is excellent from the Subaru boxer engine and six speed manual transmission to the stock limited slip differential. I have not had any mechanical issu... (more)
Story
Driving this vehicle in the rain or in a twisty road is a pleasure. The car is very predictable and responds great to driver input.
Pros
Gas mileage has been fantastic. During break in I drove it on the highway and averaged 33 miles per gallon, and after a year of mixed highway/city use, I am averaging 29 miles per gallon. The car is extremely fun to drive even though it does not have very fast straight line acceleration. This car has all kinds of airbags, and received very good safety ratings.
Cons
The car's limits are really defined during cornering. Stock 17 inch tires are not very grippy and do not fare well in the rain, but they make cornering very predictable.

2013 Subaru BRZ - A fun ride

Bellevue, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value 4.0
Performance 4.0
Style 5.0
Comfort 4.0
Fuel Economy 3.0
Maintenance 5.0
Overall, the BRZ is a well-made and nicely constructed car - but be careful if you need some practicality in your life. If you all you need is to get from point A to point B and have some fun along the way, this may be a car for you, with its midrange price point.
Story
The first weekend I got the car, I took it on a road-trip down the highway to Portland. Since the car was brand new at the time (and a new model), a bunch of people would stare over at us as we passed them in a nice looking car - which is a good feeling considering the reasonable price.
Pros
Being a Subaru, it has nice build quality, and everything from the seats to the visual appeal is great. The engine has enough punch to have some fun, so you'll be able to get places in style. The car fits nicely into tight city parking spaces. The ride quality is pretty good, if a little noisy on the inside. The speakers sound good, so you can have fun while cruising down the highway. The premium model includes heated seats and dual climate control, making everyone comfortable no matter the temperature. The locking system makes it impossible to lock yourself out.
Cons
The small insides of the car aren't great for being social or transporting more than one or maybe two other people. It's also not great for transporting a lot of items due to the overall compact size. The CD player and GPS system interface is a bit clunky and un-intuitive, and sometimes it just plain doesn't load the music correctly.

2013 Subaru BRZ - Zippy and Fun

Queen Creek, Arizona
Overall
5.0
Value 4.0
Performance 5.0
Style 5.0
Comfort 3.0
Fuel Economy 5.0
Maintenance 4.0
I always wanted a sports car and I finally got one at a quarter of the price. This is a poor man's sports car that makes you feel like you are in the money. I test drove a Camaro just before test driving a BRZ and FRS and I just could not justify spending the money on a Camaro when I could be this for half the price. It fit in the budget and allowed me the opportunity to splurge elsewhere.
Story
I was driving through the mountain recently and this car can get some serious air. I came around the corner at little hot and instantly went over a hill becoming airborne. Thankfully the traction control kicked in and boom, back on my way.
Pros
The car is stylish, fast, gets great gas mileage. The speed is matched with braking that lets the car quickly stop after a fast acceleration. Great steering and smooth shifting. All of the features that are standard are upgrades in most cars. For the price, it is really hard to go after another car. This car will be an icon for many years to come and is already an instant classic.
Cons
The seats are slightly uncomfortable and there is almost no room in the back seat. It is a true sports car but not a small family friendly one but what do you expect. Simply a traditional 2+2