Subaru finally confirms official pricing and specs of the BRZ Sorts car for the British market. The BRZ comes in two SE and SE Lux trim levels, two transmissions – one manual, one automatic with paddle shifters, one 2.0 liter boxer engine, and one limited slip differential at the back. And it costs from £24,995 to £27,995, depending on the setup.
The BRZ costs a little bit more than its Toyota sibling, which is priced from £24,995 to £26,495. So between the two, go for the Toyota. Or, iF you are adamant on the BRZ, a more basic S model is anticipated for launch in 2013.
The two trim levels share a couple of items in the equipments list, including 17-inch alloy wheels, a sophisticated torque-sensing limited slip differential and fully automatic air conditioning with dual-zone controls, as well as electrically-folding door mirrors with heaters; keyless Smart Entry with push-button engine start; leather-trimmed steering wheel, parking brake and gearshift lever; and a high-quality six-speaker audio system with CD, radio and iPod connectivity.
The only thing that SE Lux adds is a pair of heated leather seats. The BRZ has only two optional extras; Pioneer satellite navigation (£1,000) and special paint finishes (£500).
Here’s a more detailed price list
|Model||Price OTR (£)||CO2 g/km|
|2.0i SE manual||24,995||181|
|2.0i SE automatic||26,495||164|
|2.0i SE Lux manual||26,495||181|
|2.0i SE Lux automatic||27,995||164|