U.S. pricing details for the new Subaru BRZ sports car have finally been released. The 2013 BRZ has a starting price of $25,495 for Premium models fitted with a six-speed manual transmission and $26,595 for those with a six-speed automatic. Both prices include the $750* destination charge.
BRZ Premium models come standard with a navigation system, Bluetooth and HID headlamps, among other features. There is also a ‘Limited’ trim package that further adds such features as Alcantara and leather seats, heated seats and mirrors, dual-zone automatic climate control system, fog lights, Keyless Access & Start and a body-color decklid spoiler. Limited models with a six-speed manual start at $27,495, while those with an automatic transmission start at $28,595.
At these price points, the Subaru BRZ is more expensive than its twin, the 2013 Scion FR-S, which starts $24,200. This, of course, begs the question: If you had to pick one, which would it be — the BRZ or the FR-S? Let us know in the comment section.
Subaru plans to only offer 500 units of the BRZ a month in the U.S., so interested parties should act fast. Canadian fans of Subaru cars should give this baby a test drive at their nearest Subie dealer. The sports car is currently on sale in the country.