Which used Subaru BRZ coupe should I buy?
Fortunately, there are only four choices to make with the BRZ: manual or automatic and SE or SE Lux.
It depends upon how you want to use your BRZ. If you enjoy driving and wouldn’t dream of having a sports car that dictates which gear you should be in, then take the manual.
If you plan to use your BRZ in town and you want to rest your clutch leg, get the auto. You still get gear change paddles behind the steering wheel should you wish to override the car’s choices.
The SE spec is well equipped with 17in alloy wheels, cruise control, dual-zone climate control, keyless entry with push button start, USB and iPod connectivity and a leather wrapped steering wheel and handbrake.
SE Lux adds heated front seats and part leather trim. While this doesn’t sound like you get that much more for your money, it is the one that has sold in the greatest numbers.
Our favourite Subaru BRZ: 2.0i SE Lux manual