Used 2013 Subaru BRZ

2013 Subaru BRZ
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2013 Subaru BRZ

Pros

  • Light and well-balanced chassis
  • excellent steering
  • high fuel economy
  • comfortable and spacious front seat
  • abundant standard features
  • distinctive styling.

Cons

  • Small backseat and trunk
  • frustrating audio controls
  • relatively modest acceleration.

Used 2013 Subaru BRZ for Sale

Subaru BRZ 2013 Premium 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6A)
25,488 miles
Used 2013
Subaru BRZ
Premium
CarMax
3.1 mi away
List$18,998
Est.Loan: $346/mo
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Subaru BRZ 2013 Premium 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6M)
43,695 miles
Used 2013
Subaru BRZ
Premium
List$16,995
Est.Loan: $310/mo
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1 Owner, Low Miles, 2.0 Premium 2013 Subaru BRZ Coupe, Navigation System, Satin White Pearl w Black Cloth, ABS Brakes, Air Conditioning, Alloy Wheels, AM/FM Stereo, Auxiliary Audio Input, Usb, Ipod, Bluetooth, CD Audio, Cloth Seats, Cruise Control, 6 Speed Manual Transmission, Overhead Airbags, Power Locks, Power Mirrors, Power Windows, Rear Defroster, Satellite Radio Ready, Side Airbags, Traction Control, Hid Headlamps, Financing And Extended Service Plans Available.
Subaru BRZ 2013 Premium 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6M)
74,950 miles
Used 2013
Subaru BRZ
Premium
List$14,995
Est.Loan: $280/mo
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***LAMBO DOORS, CUSTOM WHEELS, NAVIGATION.............................2013 SUBARU BRZ PREMIUM COUPE, CRYSTAL BLACK WITH A BLACK INTERIOR WITH RED ACCENTS, 6 SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION, ALL POWER, DUAL EXHAUST, 19 INCH MESH ALLOY WHEELS, CLEAN CARFAX WITH 11 SERVICE RECORDS, A COOL CAR FOR THE ENTHUSIAST***MUST PRINT AND PRESENT INTERNET AD FOR SPECIAL INTERNET PRICING BEFORE YOUR SCHEDULED APPOINTMENT. PLEASE CALL MAXIMUM AUTO OUTLET AT 703.822.7998. GUARANTEED CREDIT APPROVALS FOR EVERYONE. FINANCE RATES AS LOW AS 2.99 APR. WE ARE LOCATED AT 8503-O EUCLID AVE, MANASSAS PARK, VA 20111. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK.PRICE EXCLUDES TAXES, TITLE, LICENSE, $595 DEALER PROCESSING FEE, & FINANCE CHARGES. ALL VEHICLES SOLD AS IS, SEE BUYERS GUIDE FOR WARRANTY OPTIONS.
Subaru BRZ 2013 Premium 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6M)
34,577 miles
Used 2013
Subaru BRZ
Premium
List$16,911
Est.Loan: $308/mo
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Subaru Certified, CARFAX 1-Owner, Excellent Condition, ONLY 34,577 Miles! EPA 30 MPG Hwy/22 MPG City! NAV, iPod/MP3 Input CLICK ME! EXCELLENT SAFETY FOR YOUR FAMILY: Electronic Stability Control, Brake Assist, 4-Wheel ABS, Tire Pressure Monitoring System, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Safety equipment includes Electronic Stability Control AFFORDABLE: This BRZ is priced $1,000 below Kelley Blue Book. Approx. Original Base Sticker Price: $25,500*. VEHICLE FEATURES: MP3 Player, Remote Trunk Release, Keyless Entry, Bucket Seats. OPTION PACKAGES: CRYSTAL BLACK SILICA SPOILER, FOG LIGHT KIT. PURCHASE WITH CONFIDENCE: 152-Point Inspection, 7-year/100,000-mile Powertrain Plan, 24-Hour Roadside Assistance, Carfax Vehicle History Report, NO Deductible, Trip-Planning Services EXPERTS REPORT: A 2.0-liter engine provides good power, but the BRZ is more about handling finesse and light weight. -CarAndDriver.com. Great Gas Mileage: 30 MPG Hwy. MORE ABOUT US: We are located at 6629 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg, PA 17050. Faulkner Subaru of Mechanicsburg is your Subaru dealership serving all of south central PA. We have a great selection of new, certified, and quality pre-owned vehicles as well as bank and credit union financing. Pricing analysis performed on 9/20/2018. Fuel economy calculations based on original manufacturer data for trim engine configuration. Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling us prior to purchase.
Subaru BRZ 2013 Limited 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6A)
78,754 miles
Used 2013
Subaru BRZ
Limited
List$15,892
Est.Loan: $290/mo
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Excellent Condition. FUEL EFFICIENT 34 MPG Hwy/25 MPG City! Limited trim. Nav System, Heated Leather Seats, Bluetooth, iPod/MP3 Input, Dual Zone A/C, Keyless Start, CD Player, Satellite Radio, Aluminum Wheels. SEE MORE! KEY FEATURES INCLUDE: Navigation, Heated Driver Seat, Satellite Radio, iPod/MP3 Input, Bluetooth, CD Player, Keyless Start, Dual Zone A/C, Heated Seats Rear Spoiler, MP3 Player, Keyless Entry, Remote Trunk Release, Heated Mirrors. OPTION PACKAGES: Leather & Alcantara Upholstery, Vehicle Stability Control (Vsc) -Inc: Sport Mode Switch, 18 Aluminum Wheels, 2.0L Dohc 16-Valve 4-Cyl Boxer Engine -Inc: Dual Active Valve Control System (Davcs) Variable Valve Timing, Chain-Driven Camshafts W/Auto Chain Tensioner, Seat-Mounted Driver & Front Passenger Pelvis/Torso Side-Impact Airbags. Subaru Limited with Crystal Black Silica exterior and Black interior features a 4 Cylinder Engine with 200 HP at 7000 RPM*. Non-Smoker vehicle, Clean CARFAX report! EXPERTS ARE SAYING: CarAndDriver.com explains A 2.0-liter engine provides good power, but the BRZ is more about handling finesse and light weight.. Great Gas Mileage: 34 MPG Hwy. Approx. Original Base Sticker Price: $28,600*. WHY BUY FROM US: Faulkner Mazda serving Harrisburg, York, Lancaster, Hershey, Reading, and Carlisle is proud to be an automotive leader in our community. Since opening our doors, Faulkner Mazda has maintained a solid commitment to you, our customers, offering the widest selection of Mazda vehicles while maintaining a friendly and courteous staff to assist you. Even if you have bad credit or are a first time car buyer, you can trust that Faulkner Mazda will get you into the automobile of your choice. Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling us prior to purchase.
Subaru BRZ 2013 Limited 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6A)
42,081 miles
Used 2013
Subaru BRZ
Limited
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Subaru BRZ 2013 Limited 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6M)
54,451 miles
Used 2013
Subaru BRZ
Limited
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Subaru BRZ 2013 Limited 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6A)
71,604 miles
Used 2013
Subaru BRZ
Limited
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Subaru BRZ 2013 Limited 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6A)
40,448 miles
Used 2013
Subaru BRZ
Limited
List$17,995
Est.Loan: $328/mo
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1 Owner, Low Miles, Factory Drive/Train Warranty, Limited 2013 Subaru BRZ, Crystal Black Silica w Black Interior, ABS Brakes, Air Conditioning, Alloy Wheels, AM/FM Stereo, Hd Radio, Automatic Transmission, Auxiliary Audio Input, CD Audio, Usb, Ipod, Cruise Control, Front Seat Heaters, Leather & Suede Seats, Navigation System, Bluetooth, Dual Zone Climate, Overhead Airbags, Power Locks, Power Mirrors, Power Windows, Rear Defroster, Rear Spoiler, Fog Lights, Satellite Radio Ready, Side Airbags, Smart Key, Traction Control, Locally Owned, Clean Carfax.
Subaru BRZ 2013 Premium 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6A)
54,750 miles
Used 2013
Subaru BRZ
Premium
List$15,995
Est.Loan: $291/mo
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$300 Below Market
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***PREMIUM MODEL WITH SPARCO WHEELS........................2013 SUBARU BRZ, WR BLUE WITH A BLACK INTERIOR, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION WITH STEERING WHEEL PADDLE SHIFTERS, ALL POWER, XM/HD RADIO, LEATHER WRAPPED STEERING WHEEL, KEYLESS ENTRY, DUAL EXHAUST, REAR SPOILER, UPGRADED ALLOY WHEELS, CLEAN CARFAX, ONLY 54K MILES,A VERY SHARP SUBI***MUST PRINT AND PRESENT INTERNET AD FOR SPECIAL INTERNET PRICING BEFORE YOUR SCHEDULED APPOINTMENT. PLEASE CALL MAXIMUM AUTO OUTLET AT 703.822.7998. GUARANTEED CREDIT APPROVALS FOR EVERYONE. FINANCE RATES AS LOW AS 2.99 APR. WE ARE LOCATED AT 8503-O EUCLID AVE, MANASSAS PARK, VA 20111. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK.PRICE EXCLUDES TAXES, TITLE, LICENSE, $595 DEALER PROCESSING FEE, & FINANCE CHARGES. ALL VEHICLES SOLD AS-IS, SEE BUYERS GUIDE FOR WARRANTY OPTIONS.

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Edmunds' Expert Review

The hype accompanying the 2013 Subaru BRZ was deafening, but this fun little coupe is definitely worth the noise.

vehicle overview

After nearly four years of development and plenty of concepts, prototypes and hype, the 2013 Subaru BRZ has finally arrived. Unlike so many things in life, this compact sport coupe was actually well worth the wait. With its superb chassis, communicative steering and light curb weight, the BRZ proves that you don't need a ton of power to have a ton of fun.

It also proves that this quirky Japanese car brand isn't a slave to tradition. Every Subaru made since 1997 has had all-wheel drive, while almost all of its performance models sold in America have been turbocharged. The BRZ, however, features a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter flat-4 engine that sends 200 horsepower to the rear wheels only. This layout, and indeed the entire car, is the result of the BRZ being developed in partnership with Toyota, which sells the mostly identical Scion FR-S.

Most importantly, this layout is the key to the car's inherently excellent handling dynamics. Without having to incorporate all-wheel drive, Subaru's engineers were able to locate the engine farther back in its bay than in other Subarus, while the flat-4 design means it's placed much lower than in typical coupes. This adds up to a brilliantly balanced car with a lower center of gravity. Add in wonderfully communicative steering and the car's low 2,700-pound curb weight, and you get one of the most rewarding cars to drive in any price range.

Now, the BRZ certainly is not slow, but doesn't boast the same sort of neck-snapping power as similarly priced sporty cars like its Subaru WRX sibling. Backseat and cargo space are also lacking, even compared to coupes like the Ford Mustang and Hyundai Genesis Coupe. Therefore, if practicality or racing away from traffic lights are priorities, the 2013 Subaru BRZ probably isn't for you. However, it should be very appealing to those who value impeccable car control and communication in a small, affordable package with an impressive number of standard features.

Trim levels & features

The 2013 Subaru BRZ is a four-seat compact coupe available in two trims. The Premium model comes standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, summer tires, a limited-slip rear differential, automatic bi-xenon headlights, LED running lights, keyless entry, cruise control, air-conditioning, full power accessories, a tilt-and-telescoping leather-wrapped steering wheel, a height-adjustable driver seat and a fold-down rear seatback. Electronic features include a touchscreen interface, a navigation system, voice controls, real-time traffic, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, hands-free text messaging, and an eight-speaker sound system with a CD player, HD radio, satellite radio, an auxiliary audio jack and an iPod/USB audio interface.

The BRZ Limited trim adds foglamps, a rear spoiler, keyless ignition/entry, dual-zone automatic climate control, faux-suede and leather upholstery, and an All-Weather package that includes heated front seats and heated mirrors.

2013 Highlights

The 2013 Subaru BRZ is an all-new model.

Performance & mpg

The 2013 BRZ is rear-wheel drive and features a 2.0-liter horizontally opposed "boxer" four-cylinder engine that produces 200 hp and 151 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed manual transmission is standard and a six-speed automatic with steering wheel shift paddles and rev-matched downshifts is optional.

In Edmunds performance testing, a manual-equipped BRZ went from zero to 60 mph in 6.8 seconds. The automatic BRZ did it in 7.9 seconds. These are slow compared to most other small, sporty cars, especially the automatic time. EPA-estimated fuel economy is 22 mpg city/30 mpg highway and 25 mpg combined with the manual and an excellent 25/34/28 with the automatic.

Safety

Standard safety equipment on the 2013 Subaru BRZ includes antilock brakes, traction and stability control (with five different levels of possible intervention), front side airbags and side curtain airbags.

In Edmunds brake testing, the BRZ came to a stop from 60 mph in 114 feet -- a short distance, but expected for a car with summer tires.

In crash testing by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety the BRZ received the highest possible rating of "Good" in the frontal-offset, side and roof strength tests.

Driving

If you're the sort of driver whose car must be able to hammer down freeway on-ramps with its tires ablaze, the 2013 Subaru BRZ is not for you. Its power is sufficient and nothing more. Instead, the BRZ is for those who get a thrill from going around corners and feeling all the nuances and inputs that go along with a car that offers phenomenal communication and impeccable control.

Its limits are approachable and easily controlled, which makes for a wonderfully engaging sports car. The brakes don't fade, the gearbox is a pleasure to shift and the chassis remains composed even when the road surface doesn't. The steering imparts the front tires' grip status precisely to the driver's hands, and even the available automatic transmission is programmed for enthusiastic driving.

Away from twisty roads and used for more mundane moments -- say, on the way to work or on a road trip -- this little Subaru is still rewarding. It's surprisingly easy to drive and the ride is sufficiently well damped. However, there is a fair amount of road noise that is especially evident on concrete-surfaced freeways.

Interior

The BRZ has a simple, pleasantly styled cabin that features a blending of Toyota and Subaru switchgear and materials. It will feel a bit spartan compared to some other sporty cars in its price range like the VW GTI, but then this is supposed to be a back-to-basics sort of driver's car.

There's no shortage of features, however, as even the base model is loaded with high-tech items like navigation, HD radio and Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity. Unfortunately, those particular features are controlled by a standard touchscreen interface that's difficult to use. The menu layout requires a lot of back-and-forth commands and the small virtual buttons are tough to press on the first try. Not helping matters is that there are no audio controls on the steering wheel. As such, you'll spend a lot of time taking your eyes off the road to fiddle with the controls. Just for this reason alone, the FR-S and its more traditional sound system design is pretty tempting.

The BRZ's front seats are supportive enough for hard driving, yet still comfortable for long-distance trips as well. People of just about any size should find the driving position to be quite agreeable, and thanks to the low-profile hood, there's an expansive view of the road ahead.

There's a backseat, too, but few adults are likely to want to sit back there. Legroom is next to nil, your head will be perilously close to the rear glass (or entirely pressed against it) and the center tunnel impedes hiproom. Trunk space is also rather small at 6.9 cubic feet, but folding down that mostly useless backseat expands cargo-carrying abilities considerably.


Top consumer reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2013 Subaru BRZ.

2013 BRZ Limited 6 Speed Manual
nevijeff,02/27/2014
As mentioned by others a lot has been written about this car and most of it is true. The car is very well balanced and is great on the backroads. Power is adequate given the weight of the car too much more and it would affect the driving dynamics of the vehicle. Shifting is very precise and short just the way you want it but in the cold weather until the car warms up shifts from 1st to 2nd can be a bit clunky. layout of interior is fantastic seats are supportive but being sport seats can be a little snug for larger people. Back seat to me are just there to save insurance costs not very practical at all. Very well appointed for the money, stock tires are way too brutal over road transitions.
A pure driver's car for under 30K
mightymeeple,05/15/2013
Others both professional and amateur have reviewed this car all over the internet. Let me confirm that the positive hyperbole is actually warranted. Incredible sports car for the money. If you are a car enthusiast, you must drive this car. Steering is quick and nimble, suspension is firm and confident, acceleration could be better, but who cares when you are giggling and grinning as you carve up any curve with confidence. The boxer rumble is nice, I wouldn't mind some more noise from the stock exhaust. Weak points are what you would expect: small trunk, small backseat, low entry into car tough for taller folks (I'm 6'2" and can get in okay).
Great car horrible nav/media unit
stoffe,11/07/2012
This is my second Subaru and boy is it very different then all the other models in their line-up. It drives great and you feel very connected. If anything for a nimble sports car it feels a bit under powered. For the money you pay its a steal. Even if the turbo model would cost 10k$ more it would still be worth it. I even have two Recaro child seats in the back and my boys love it! They even want to squeeze in the BRZ for 1-2h trips instead of our comfy Lexus RX.
What's not to like
jmk651,04/18/2013
It really is a fun car to drive, and you don't need to be going fast. It looks great, I like the inside a lot. The seats are really comfortable (I'm 6'4"), and there's plenty of room. The value is amazing, HID's, spoiler, the keyless access is cool, It's pretty much fully loaded. So far it's been 10 months, and I haven't had any problems. I've driven it in winter, and the traction control is awesome, it really keeps the car in line. I didn't really have much problems in the snow/ice.
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Features & Specs

MPG
22 city / 30 hwy
Seats 4
6-speed manual
Gas
200 hp @ 7000 rpm
MPG
25 city / 34 hwy
Seats 4
6-speed shiftable automatic
Gas
200 hp @ 7000 rpm
MPG
22 city / 30 hwy
Seats 4
6-speed manual
Gas
200 hp @ 7000 rpm
MPG
25 city / 34 hwy
Seats 4
6-speed shiftable automatic
Gas
200 hp @ 7000 rpm
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It's cold, gray and damp at Subaru's proving grounds about an hour north of Tokyo. Perfect weather for wringing out an all-wheel-drive WRX maybe, but today we're behind the wheel of the new 2013 Subaru BRZ Coupe. Lighter, less powerful and rear-wheel drive, the BRZ promises something very different from Subaru's bigger and heavier Impreza-based sedans.

As on most test tracks, there are various rules we were asked to follow. No more than 100 mph on the oval, no more than a few laps on the infield handling course, the usual preservationist restrictions. It's not surprising given there are only two U.S.-spec cars on hand, one a six-speed manual, the other a six-speed automatic, and there are no spares around if someone detours into the weeds.

We try not to think about that as we accelerate onto the straightaway with the gas pedal pinned to the floor. Sure, there are rules, but we've been waiting to drive this car for a couple years now and we're not about to leave until we see if the 2013 Subaru BRZ lives up to the hype.

Yep, It'll Spin the Tires
A firm yank of the shifter into 2nd gear and the BRZ lays a small stripe with a chirp. There may only be a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder under the aluminum hood, but it definitely has some kick. In fact, the all-new flat-4, or "FA" engine as Subaru calls it, can deliver nearly all of its 150 pound-feet of torque at just 2,800 rpm.

It's only a momentary burst of torque, though, as it falls off a bit before rising again at 4,800 rpm. It then peaks at 6,300 rpm and stays flat right through 7,000 rpm. That's where the 200-horsepower peak sits, too, and the redline is another 400 rpm after that.

Building speed down the straight, the engine spins smoothly but sounds gravelly. Even with a sound-induction tube plumbed into the cabin for added effect, the 2013 Subaru BRZ isn't going to win over any converts with the noises it makes.

When we snap the gearbox into 3rd there's yet another chirp from the tires. There's no doubt about it now, the BRZ gets its power to the ground very efficiently. Subaru says it uses more than 400 different variations of high-strength steel in the body of the BRZ to give it plenty of rigidity while keeping the curb weight in check. The result is a BRZ that came in under its target weight at 2,690 pounds according to Subaru. That's about 100 pounds less than a Honda Civic Si, and it feels like it, too.

Two Great Transmissions
After a few laps at varying speeds, the biggest eye-opener is the BRZ's new six-speed manual gearbox. Compared to the rubbery vagueness of the shifters in the WRX and WRX STI, the BRZ's Aisin unit feels far more precise. We have no trouble finding the gates and it moves with a mechanical feel that makes ripping gears in the BRZ more satisfying than any Subaru we've ever driven.

We swap into the automatic car for a few laps and it's shockingly good, too. It's a conventional automatic with paddle shifters and two driving modes. We leave it in Sport and watch as the tachometer swings right to redline and then shifts with an instantaneous pop. There's probably a dual-clutch setup out there that's faster, but not by much.

Under hard braking it pulls off rev-matched downshifts, too, sometimes dropping more than one gear at a time. And in manual mode it'll let you bounce off the rev limiter all day without slapping your hand by upshifting for you. Other than the plastic shift paddles, there's little room for improvement.

The Big Test
Throughout our introduction to the car, Subaru officials insisted that everything in the BRZ was geared toward making it handle well. This meant getting the engine mounted as low and as far back in the chassis as possible to drop the BRZ's center of gravity.

To get there they first designed the engine to be as shallow as possible from front to back so it could nestle up to the firewall tightly. Then they flipped the lower control arms of the MacPherson strut front suspension used in the Impreza to open up even more room down low. They also moved the electric steering box from the rack to the top of the column to get it out of the way. Even the battery was relocated to a space behind the strut towers to get its weight farther back in the chassis.

To see how it all feels, we dive down into the tight infield handling course for a few laps. After the first dozen turns or so, the most obvious handling trait is the BRZ's buttoned-down chassis. It doesn't dive under braking and barely tilts when we turn. It feels much more tightly wound than the WRX, which has plenty of give to it before it really starts to dig in.

The steering is also noticeably quick. There's instant response off center and never any sense that the electric-assist system is falling behind. With the stability control turned completely off (just hold the button for 3 seconds) the BRZ understeers just a little bit before starting to swing its tail out.

Absolute road feel is the biggest drawback here, as it's hard to get a good sense what the tires are really doing. The tires themselves are 215/45R17 Michelin Primacy HPs, which are certainly not overly big or sticky. We asked Hiroyuki Nakada, chassis engineer for the 2013 Subaru BRZ, why they didn't use more aggressive tires similar to those on the WRX. He said the BRZ's low weight means it doesn't rely on grip as much as heavier cars like the WRX, so it simply doesn't need that much rubber on the road. That said, he also mentioned that the Primacy tires deliver better mileage and comfort, so there's obviously some room for improvement here.

It's the same story with the brakes. They're not overly large and use only two-piston calipers in front and single pistons in back. On paper they're not very aggressive, but when we get into them hard from around 100 mph they bite just fine and have little trouble stopping the BRZ.

It's Easy To Overlook the Rest of the Car
With hardly enough time to get a sense of the BRZ on the track, we barely even notice the interior, mostly because it's a very straightforward setup with few options. There are two trim levels — Premium and Limited — and both get a fairly extensive list of features.

There's a standard navigation system, Bluetooth, satellite radio, HID headlights and a limited slip on all Premium models, while the Limited adds leather seats with Alcantara trim, auto climate control, seat heaters, push-button start and the all-important foglights.

Yes, there are backseats and no, they are not very comfortable. Subaru went to great lengths to open up the interior space but there just isn't much room to work with. It's a smaller car than you think, with a wheelbase of just 101 inches. The fact that there's still a trunk with 6.9 cubic feet of usable space is a pretty remarkable piece of packaging.

The Takeaway
This 2013 Subaru BRZ is not for lightweights. Anyone who picks one up merely because it's nice-looking and gets decent mileage (estimated 30 mpg highway) will likely end up hating it. The ride is too stiff, the engine is too noisy and the tires are too loud. In other words, this is a car for true enthusiasts.

Granted, it's not terribly fast and probably won't lay down eye-popping track numbers, but it gets the basics right. A lively, predictable chassis, plenty of usable power and two different transmissions that both work exactly the way they should. Not to mention fully defeatable stability and traction control.

Subaru hasn't said exactly how much it expects enthusiasts to pay for the BRZ, but officials have hinted that it will fall closely in line with the pricing of the Impreza WRX. That means a base price of around $25,000 when the BRZ goes on sale in May of next year. Expect to see them clogging up track days all over the country by the end of the summer.

Used 2013 Subaru BRZ Overview

The Used 2013 Subaru BRZ is offered in the following submodels: BRZ Coupe. Available styles include Limited 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6M), Limited 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6A), Premium 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6M), and Premium 2dr Coupe (2.0L 4cyl 6A).

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Price comparisons for Used 2013 Subaru BRZ trim styles:

  • The Used 2013 Subaru BRZ Premium is priced between $14,995 and$18,998 with odometer readings between 25488 and74950 miles.
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