BRZ Key Features
The high revving 2.0-litre, four cylinder Boxer engine features both direct and port injection technology, producing 147kW of power and 205Nm of torque, for a throaty engine roar that’s pure fun.
Subaru has a rich heritage when it comes to engineering and building iconic performance vehicles and the Subaru BRZ is a welcome addition to our stable.
Safety isn’t just about star ratings – although we’re thrilled Subaru BRZ has achieved the maximum five star ANCAP safety rating.
The classic sports design of the Subaru BRZ gives it great on-road presence. Its wide and low stance, underlined by muscular flared wheel arches, combines with the compact cabin to offer a hint at the performance within.
Subaru BRZ comes standard with a 3 year/60,000km Service Plan. This covers the cost of scheduled servicing during the first 3 years of ownership, or the first 60,000 kilometres (whichever comes first and subject to the following terms and conditions).
Subaru’s BRZ has attracted all the right attention since its unveiling in late 2011. The combination of high demand and scarce supply has challenged us to do something different when bringing this vehicle to market.
Given the significance of Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (AWD) in the Subaru DNA why is it that the Subaru BRZ is rear wheel drive (RWD)? The most significant reason concerns the definition and full understanding of what is Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive.
Subaru’s BRZ has taken the automotive world by storm and the proof is in the plethora of awards it has been honoured with this year.