Subaru BRZ in San Jose

Getting an amazing sports car is more than just having big numbers and a pretty exterior; maneuvering, comfort, and a satisfying engine sound all play a big role in how much fun you're going to have behind the wheel, and the Subaru BRZ delivers in flying colors. It's a full, hearty meal compared to the fast-food alternatives that other automakers offer, so take a look below and see how it deserves a spot in your driveway.

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Low and wide, the BRZ boasts an aggressive stance and a small style that appears to flow like water from the front to the back. It's also incredibly lightweight, weighing in under 3,000 pounds, for nimble and precise handling around every corner and down every straightaway. The engine is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder kicking out 200 horsepower and 151 lb-ft of torque and, while it may seem tame, that power combined with the light weight makes for some serious speed. You'll leave the competitors in your dust and look good doing it.

Open the doors and see that the gorgeous style extends to the cabin as well. With plenty of room for all your passengers, you'll also have full control from the driver's seat thanks to the driver-oriented center console and the available SUBARU STARLINK™ in-vehicle technology on the touchscreen infotainment system. Add on Bluetooth® connectivity, available navigation, automatic climate control, keyless access, and push-button start, and every drive will feel like a new adventure in your favorite chair.

There's still much more to learn about all that the BRZ has to offer, so come out to Stevens Creek Subaru  in San Jose, CA today and get the full details. We welcome all drivers from the Santa Clara, Cupertino, Mountain View, and Sunnyvale areas to drop in, talk to our experts, take a test drive, and fall in love.

How Does the Subaru BRZ Compare to the Toyota 86, Fiat 124 Spider, and Mazda MX-5 Miata?

If you're looking for a sporty new coupe to transform your experience behind the wheel from dull to adrenaline boosting, the new Subaru BRZ offers everything you need and more to have more fun during your daily outings. From legendary Subaru performance, athletic styling inside and out and a number of advanced features, the new BRZ has a lot to be impressed by. Whether you're looking to upgrade from a previous sports coupe, you want to upgrade your driving performance or you just want one of the most stylish vehicles on the road without breaking the bank, the new Subaru BRZ is a great fit for everyone. To demonstrate how great of a fit it is for all types of drivers, we're going to compare it to a few competitors, including the Toyota 86, FIAT 124 Spider, and Mazda MX-5 Miata.

Subaru BRZ vs. Toyota 86

  • Both the Subaru BRZ and Toyota 86 are rear-wheel drive sport coupes, but the Subaru Boxer engine in the BRZ helps it maintain a lower center of gravity thanks to the horizontal firing pistons, compared to the traditional vertical pistons in the 86.
  • The new BRZ starts at just $25,495 MSRP compared to the $26,255 starting price of the new Toyota 86.
  • The BRZ is more nimble and easily maneuverable thanks to its 35.4 foot turning diameter, compared to the 36.1 foot turning diameter of the 86.

Subaru BRZ vs. Fiat 124 Spider

  • The Subaru Boxer engine in the new BRZ allows for a lower center of gravity and therefore better stability thanks to the horizontal piston design, compared to the traditional vertical pistons in the 124 Spider.
  • The BRZ has a larger wheelbase than the 124 Spider, allowing it to offer better stability and a more smooth ride with a longer distance between the front and back wheels.
  • When it comes to a sports coupe, horsepower is crucial to performance. The new BRZ comes with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 205-horsepower while the 124 Spider comes with a 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces 160-horsepower.
  • While sports coupes aren't normally known for being spacious, in the event that you need to bring passengers somewhere, you want to have that capability. The BRZ offers seating for four passengers, while the 124 Spider only offers seating for two.

Subaru BRZ vs. Mazda MX-5 Miata

  • Stability is important, especially when taking on tight corners. The Subaru Boxer engine in the BRZ was designed to provide you with superior stability thanks to its horizontal piston layout. The MX-5 Miata, however, uses a traditional vertical piston layout.
  • The BRZ has a longer wheelbase than the MX-5 Miata, also contributing to superior stability and a smoother performance.
  • Under the hood, the BRZ sports a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 205-horsepower compared to a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine in the Miata that only produces 155-horsepower.
  • When you need it, the new BRZ offers seating for up to four passengers, compared to the Miata which only offers seating for two passengers.

If you want to learn more about the new BRZ and everything it has to offer you, we welcome you to come take a model out for a test drive today right here at Stevens Creek Subaru! We're located right in San Jose, CA and proudly serve drivers in nearby Santa Clara, Cupertino, Mountain View, and Sunnyvale!


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