One of the key players in the affordable sportscar game – the Subaru BRZ – will see its starting MSRP decline by $300 for 2016, to $26,190 for a base “Premium” model with six-speed manual. That includes a $795 destination fee.
Responsible for the decline in the Subaru BRZ’s sticker price is the omission of satellite navigation from the list of standard equipment, although we’re happy to report that all 2016 models gain the automaker’s StarLink infotainment system. Step up to the Subaru BRZ “Limited,” and the sticker price climbs to $28,190 on account of foglights, a rear spoiler, Alcantara and leather seats, keyless entry, dual-zone climate control, heated front seats and side mirrors, and a few other touches.
From there, figure in another $1,100 for a 2016 Subaru BRZ with an automatic.
Of course, regardless of how you option your 2016 Subaru BRZ, a punchy, 200 HP flat-4 comes standard, along with rear-wheel drive, a Torsen limited-slip differential, front strut brace, and plenty of smiles. Look for the 2016 model year Subaru BRZ this fall.