The 2016 Subaru BRZ

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Our first, affordable sports car in life has to be perfect and the 2016 BRZ is the one of the closest to that. In this opportunity, there are tons of features to highlight, way more than negative aspects. That’s why that this car has thrived with so much success.

Amongst its impressive features, we found a fantastic performance developed underneath the small coupe’s hood. Something ironic is the ridiculously low amount of gas burned in the process. Most of the cars with good performance make a sacrifice in valuable gasoline but the 2016 BRZ is the living proof that it can be avoided, fusing an incredibly balanced chassis and lightweight materials.

In fact, the handling, performance, and a reliable ride are not enough to compel this car. A sensitive and fully enhanced steering wheel allows the driver to feel one-hundred percent engaged with the pavement while being comfortable due the excellent seating.

However, there is a negative aspect you must consider before getting a superb BRZ. While some people find it annoying and others don’t, the ride could result pretty noisy, ending up in an uncomfortable ride if you like peace and silence. Also, a small cargo space and a limited back row, reduce the wellness of taller passengers and luggage’s chances.

Sharp Performance and Stunning Handling

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The 2016 BRZ is not the fastest in its segment but it’s still faster than a few. But as enthusiasts, we all know that the acceleration is not all. Indeed, the BRZ counts with a responsive and safe handling that will make you feel the road as it goes and in complete control of the steering wheel. Probably one of the best steering wheels right now, by the way.

A 2.0 L horizontally opposed four-cylinder feed the BRZ, producing 200 horsepower and 151 lb-ft of torque. It comes paired with a six-speed manual transmission as standard or an optional six-speed automatic with shift paddles with rev-matched feature.

The acceleration is quite good and enough to make you feel an adrenaline rush while cornering. With the manual transmission, the BRZ goes from standstill to 60 mph in just 6.8 seconds, while the automatic version goes from standstill to 60 mph in 7.8 seconds.

The fuel efficiency for such a fun car is astonishing, being rated at 22 mpg at city and 30 mpg on a highway for the manual setup and 25 mpg at city and 34 mpg on for the automatic one. Something really positive is that you can use it every day without worrying too much about gas expenses.

Styling and Limited Interior

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The 2016 BRZ has an athletic and sharp design at every inch. The front fascia is intimidating without revealing too much. From sideways, the silhouette shows the low center of gravity, letting us know that it’s a competitor with lots of handling potential. From the rear, the car is sexy with nice and modern taillights, fitting flawlessly with the overall design.

The interior is good looking and everything is comfortable. The real problem comes with the cargo’s and rear passengers’ space. The rear row could be barely comfortable for a child, at least, so forget about adults. A 6.2-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth connectivity, navigation, and other standard features are available with tons of applications and a rear-view camera.

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The Bottom Line

The 2016 BRZ is a clear winning for the guy who loves an entertaining drive and sexy styling. The fuel efficiency is aimed at the customer who can’t afford gas expenses like others sports coupes but who wants to enjoy an exciting driving experience.

It can be used daily due the low gas efficiency and if you love a car with 10/10 score in performance, this is your bet.

Starting price at $25,395.

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