Find out how each car in our RWD, sub-30K sports coupe comparison test scored. Subaru’s horizontally opposed 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine now feeds 205 horsepower and 156 lb.-ft.
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One of my favorites since it was introduced as a near-twin to the Toyota 86 back in 2013, the 2018 Subaru’s BRZ is a driving enthusiast’s dream come true. The delightfully agile rear-wheel drive lightweight sports coupe makes a willing engine, sharp steering, and outstanding balance available at a reasonable price point starting at $25,495.
Characterized by an excellent driving position, remarkable comfort, outstanding ergonomics, and clean sightlines, the 2018 Subaru BRZ is one of the most satisfying driver’s cars on the market today.
The engine’s output was bumped by 5 horsepower and 5 lb.-ft. of torque. Transmission gearing was revised to better exploit the newfound power, and the suspension system was reworked to improve the already delicious handling.
- Publisher: Houston Chronicle
- Date: 2018-07-21T05:00:00Z
- Author: By Lyndon Conrad Bell MOTOR MATTERS
- Twitter: @houstonchron
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