The 2013 Subaru BRZ will be hitting dealerships this spring, and will carry a base price of $25,495.
This price makes the BRZ $1,295 more expensive than its technical counterpart, the Scion FR-S. The base price gets you a six-speed manual transmission and a naturally aspirated 200 horsepower boxer engine. If you want to upgrade to the six-speed automatic transmission, you will pay an extra $1,100 for a total cost of $26,595. The base trim package comes with GPS Navigation, Bluetooth connectivity and HID headlamps, hence the extra $1,295 you are paying for the BRZ over the FR-S. You can find individual pricing for BRZ accessories thanks to a leaked dealer document.
If you want the Limited trim package, you will pay $27,495 for the manual transmission or $28,595 for the automatic. The Limited package gets you Alcantara seat inserts with leather bolsters, heated seats and mirrors, dual-zone automatic climate control system, fog lights and body-color decklid spoiler.
Read AutoGuide’s Scion FR-S review here.
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