Used Subaru BRZ 2012-present review

Category: Coupé

Section: Alternatives

Used Subaru BRZ 2012-present
  • Used Subaru BRZ 2012-present
  • Used Subaru BRZ 2012-present
  • Used Subaru BRZ 2012-present
  • Used Subaru BRZ 2012-present
  • Used Subaru BRZ 2012-present
  • Used Subaru BRZ 2012-present
  • Used Subaru BRZ 2012-present
  • Used Subaru BRZ 2012-present
  • Used Subaru BRZ 2012-present
  • Used Subaru BRZ 2012-present
Used Subaru BRZ 2012-present review
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Alternatives

What alternatives should I consider to a used Subaru BRZ coupe?

If you are set on getting a BRZ, have a look at its sibling, the Toyota GT86. Essentially, it is the same car but with only a few subtle differences. The major advantage of getting a GT86 is that there are a lot more of them about, and Toyota has a greater spread of dealers when it comes time to service your car. The warranty on the BRZ is three years, but the GT86 has five years of coverage, which means you are more likely to find a GT86 with some cover left than you are with the BRZ.

The Mazda MX-5 is not a particularly fast car either, but at least that is a convertible, so the wind in your hair will certainly makes you feel like you’re travelling faster than you are.

Overview

Good old-fashioned driving fun can be had in the Subaru BRZ, and it’s surprisingly comfortable, too

  • Engaging handling
  • Well equipped
  • Comfortable front seats
  • Not much grip in tricky conditions
  • Cheap feeling interior
  • Not a genuine four seater