Subaru BRZ 2023

2023 Subaru BRZ 

The BRZ sports car is one of the most exciting and affordable cars today.  Like his Toyota GR86 Mechanical Dual, he values ​​driving pleasure.  It is small, light and easy to maneuver.  That, and things like direct executive commentary, a modern six-speed executive transmission, and reduced seating capacity, set the stage for dining and entertainment in much the same way that a rear-wheel-drive compact coupe does so well.  The BRZ is powered with help from the Subaru 228-hp 2.4-liter boxer four, which has plenty of power to move a little faster.  Inside, the BRZ is ready to ride with a reliable and lightweight transmission.  The BRZ's responsive handling and excellent cornering grip almost have you taking it on an autocross weekend.  But the BRZ is also relatively practical, with plenty of useful interior trash cans in the garage and backseat, similar to the only seat in the Porsche 911, capable of hauling small fish or groceries.  When you fold the rear seats down, there should also be enough room for the second sticky tire to wave this weekend

2023 Subaru BRZ

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

Under the hood of the BRZ is a 4-liter, four-cylinder engine that produces 228 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual or an optional six-speed automatic transmission. The 2.4-liter engine feels more responsive than the previous 2.0-liter, although it's no longer enough to make the BRZ the fastest city car. But it improves dramatically over the acceleration example: The BRZ Limited six-speed manual we tested jumped to 60 mph in just 5.4 seconds and hit the quarter mile at 100 mph in 13.9 seconds. That's almost twice as fast as the previous generation BRZ tS. Our test car weighed 2,843 kg, slightly heavier than the other BRZ, but still very slim by today's sports car standards. Our driving impression found plenty of feedback on the steering wheel, consistent calm through corners, and the ability to turn the rear. Good drive is part of the company, but it contributes to the enjoyment of the car. While each Wide version is equipped with a limited-slip rear differential, the Premium version uses 17-inch alloy wheels, which sticks with the 18-inch Limited even with higher overall performance

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

According to EPA estimates, the green BRZ petrol automatic achieves a combined performance of 25 mpg city, 21 mpg city and 30 mpg highway. Those ratings barely match the six-speed transmission patterns at 22 mpg city, 20 mpg city, and 27 mpg city for two-lane driving. As soon as we get a chance to run it on the road in the dual track 75 mph fuel economy system it's part of our big test system we'll be checking out real international mpg. Visit the EPA website for more BRZ fuel economy statistics