2015 Subaru BRZ Starts at $26,490; BRZ Series.Blue Debuts


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    2015 Subaru BRZ Series.Blue. | May 30, 2014

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Just the Facts:
  • The 2015 Subaru BRZ sports car starts at $26,490, reflecting a $100 price increase over the 2014 model.
  • In addition, Subaru introduced a new 2015 Subaru BRZ Series.Blue limited-edition model.
  • The BRZ Series.Blue arrives at Subaru dealerships in July.

CHERRY HILL, New Jersey The 2015 Subaru BRZ sports car starts at $26,490, including a $795 destination charge, reflecting a $100 price increase over the 2014 model.

In addition, Subaru introduced a new 2015 Subaru BRZ Series.Blue limited-edition model. It starts at $30,285, including shipping.

The BRZ Series.Blue arrives at Subaru dealerships in July. Only 1,000 BRZ Series.Blue cars will be sold in the continental U.S.

Details include black-painted STI-branded 17-inch wheels, red-finish brake calipers and blue interior trim. The BRZ Series.Blue also features black STI-branded front, side and side-rear under-spoilers that contribute to additional front downforce.

For the 2015 model year, all BRZ models get larger stainless tailpipe tips, a simulated carbon-fiber center dash panel and a roof-mounted and body-color shark-fin antenna. The BRZ was all-new in 2013.

The midlevel 2015 Subaru BRZ Limited with a six-speed manual transmission starts at $28,490, including shipping. The only factory option for the BRZ Limited model is the six-speed automatic transmission. That version starts at $29,590, including shipping.

New exterior colors on the BRZ include Ice Silver Metallic and Crystal White Pearl.

Key competitors to the BRZ include the 2014 Honda Civic Si, Hyundai Genesis Coupe, 2015 Mazda MX-5 Miata and Scion FR-S.

Edmunds says: BRZ enthusiasts will want to stop in at their local Subaru dealer in July to check out the exciting new addition to the lineup.

Comments

  • If you really like the BRZ and can afford the additional expense, the Vortech Supercharger Kit might be worth considering. According to the specs, it increases power to around 300 hp which would be awesome in this car. The kit is also designed to look OEM (matte black - no shiny chrome pieces). Just my 2 cents.....

  • lions208487 lions208487 Posts:

    Fun tuner car, but if you want to buy this as is, the new Mustang looks like a better overall buy, and at 26K, the 2.3 liter turbo 4 with 305 HP is obtainable. Fun import, but unless you buy it to tune it they way my generation did with the 90's Integra, Civic V-Tec, and Eclipse, I see no point.

  • reminder reminder Posts:

    Not enough 'pop' under the hood for my liking. I understand it's about the handling package, but just too weak on the ponies.

  • jeffinoh jeffinoh Posts:

    The worst part of owning this car is that every bonehead is gonna tell ya what they think is wrong with it.

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