- The base sticker on the 2014 Subaru BRZ has crept up by $125, to $26,390.
- The 2014 BRZ is essentially a carryover car from 2013.
- The BRZ's sister car, the 2013 Scion FR-S, is priced from $25,255; Scion has not priced the 2014 FR-S.
CHERRY HILL, New Jersey — The base sticker on the 2014 Subaru BRZ — essentially a carryover car from 2013 — has crept up by $125, to $26,390. The change includes a hike of $100 in the suggested retail price to $25,595 plus a bump of $25 in the destination charge to $795.
The BRZ's sister car, the 2013 Scion FR-S, is priced from $25,255, including a $755 destination charge. Scion has not priced the 2014 FR-S.
The 2014 BRZ is available again in Premium and Limited versions. The price of the Limited also has jumped $125 to $28,390, including a $100 increase in the MSRP and a $25 boost in the destination charge.
An optional six-speed automatic transmission, available only on the BRZ Limited, adds $1,100 to the sticker.
Edmunds says: Subaru pretty much holds the line on BRZ pricing.