2017 Subaru BRZ Review

The Subaru BRZ is celebrated for its precise handling and a low center of gravity, and it is going to get numerous updates, especially on performances, for the year 2017. Subaru recently confirmed a complete revision to the 2017 model BRZ, with better handling, amplified performance, more hostile styling and innovative convenience features. These improvements continue the original mission of Subaru, offering its fans a pure sports car with a matchless driving experience. The 2017 Subaru BRZ will be released with two trim levels that include Premium and Limited.

2017 Subaru BRZ Exterior

The new Subaru BRZ continues to develop at the same time as preserving a powerful external design. The front fascia comes equipped with a redesigned bumper cover that offers it a widened look and it is situated lower for better aerodynamics, control, and solidity. It comes outfitted with a set of signature C-shaped headlamps, which are improved to kono-ji fashion LED for better light output and abridged power consumption. This innovative complete-LED design, which is first of its kind for Subaru, includes the turn indication and position lamp to complete the smooth new front fascia.

Another new external feature for the 2017 model year is the daylight running lights, which have been incorporated into the new headlamps, has become standard on both trims. The fog lights that come with a more solid plan are also designed with the LED expertise for greater nocturnal visibility. The decorated modernized fender complements the color of the body, but with a black inlay, which highlights it in outline.

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Around back, the new BRZ comes equipped with LED taillights, similar to those of the headlights, for improved visibility and power efficiency. All models will get a body-colored aluminum back spoiler with a black finish. The new-fangled pedestal design perks up the downforce, which in sequence improves the control and stability. Furthermore, the back garnish over the license plate features a new design is standard on both models. Both models come equipped with a set of fresh 10-spoke, 17-inch machine finished aluminum alloy wheels with a lofty contract black finish.

For better receptiveness, comfort, and stability, the new vehicle gets revised dampers and loop springs in addition to a bigger back stabilizer bar. Extra supports to the frame were included in the transmission cross-member plate and to the back wheel, housings to boost rigidity. The thresholds of the solidity control system are increased to improve the handling additionally. The effects are spectacular sufficient for Subaru to alter the name of the Sport mode to the Track mode.

The Limited model gets the Performance Pack, intended for drivers who insist further from a sports car. This includes the manual gearbox with Brembo calipers and bigger rotors on the front and back brakes. This highly developed braking system offers it a significant increase in stopping power, pedal feels and fade resistance. All four corners are added with the Performance shock absorbers from SAHCS for better ride and corning steadiness. The new Subaru BRZ 2017 package also comes with 17 x 7.5 inches aluminum alloy wheels with a black finish.

Subaru BRZ 2017 Interior

This time, the 2017 Subaru BRZ comes with a driver-focused cabin that comes equipped with couple updated keys to its cockpit. Some of the new interior features for the Limited trim include a 4.2-inch LCD multifunction exhibit placed to the right side of the tachometer, which provides information about the performance, including:
– Accelerator pedal position.
– Braking scale.
– Oil temperature.
– Steering angle.
– Water temperature.
– stopwatch for recording tour times.
– Battery voltage.

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The new vehicle comes equipped with a redesigned leather-covered steering wheel that features a stiffer, more athletic feel, together with new acoustic controls and multifunction exhibit switches for superior control and eases while driving. The Limited model also comes equipped with paddle shift control keys as standard with the discretionary automatic transmission. The interior upgrades of this model also consist of a modernized HVAC control board, an enfolded meter visor, and BRZ writing, embellished in red color on the rear part of the front seats.

2017 Subaru BRZ interior

The Subaru custom of exceptional value is obvious in both models with their lengthy list of standard facilities. The notable amenity among these is an all-inclusive infotainment system attached to the standard 6.2-inch StarLink Multimedia System that consists of:
 FM/AM stereo and HD Radio.
 6.2-in. touch screen exhibit.
 Solitary-disc in-dashboard compact disc player with eight speakers.
 StarLink applications of Subaru, including iHeart Radio and Stitcher.
 Subaru STARLINK Smartphone incorporation with Aha and Pandora.
 Bluetooth hands-free telephone connectivity and acoustic streaming.
 Rear vision camera.
 TravelLink and SiriusXM radio.

The 2017 Subaru BRZ Limited model substitutes a double-zone climate. The keyless entry amid Push-Button Start improves both expediency and the athletic attitude of the model. A complete safety system enhances the engine immobilizer, which is offered as standard in the BRZ’s Premium trim. In the Limited trim, the double shade vanity mirrors are lighted, and the front door courtesy lamps will illuminate on opening the doors.

Due attention has also been paid to protect the new coupe and its occupants. The vehicle comes equipped with a sophisticated Frontal Airbag System that uses double-stage-deployment front passenger and driver airbags. Deployment power counts on the nearness of the vehicle’s driver to the guiding wheel, and on the occupancy of an adult or a child, occupying the traveler seat. It also comes equipped with front seat side torso/pelvis airbags and side drape airbags to offer extra safety for front and back inhabitants.


Both models of the 2017 Subaru BRZ comes equipped with a Subaru Boxer powertrain with the displacement of 2.0 liters. This power unit has been finely tuned and updated to offer more power and torque, and to have greater resistance against friction, including new camshaft, valves, and cylinder heads. This powertrain offers it the required power and torque outputs of 205 ponies and 156 lbs per foot respectively. This is 5 ponies and 5 lbs per foot more when compared to the power and torque outputs of the earlier model.

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The power unit is mated to a six-velocity manual gearbox to send power to the wheels. In addition, a lower ultimate drive proportion to 4.3:1, mated to the standard Torsen restricted-slip differential enhances the acceleration on trims that come equipped with the manual gearbox. Both models get with the Start Assist system as standard, which holds the car in position for a moment while the driver speeds up the vehicle to avoid roll back during inclination.

2017 Subaru BRZ engine

Base price and the date of release

The new Subaru BRZ 2017 will be accessible for sale during the fourth quarter of 2016. Although Subaru has not yet confirmed the price, it is expected that the new sports car will certainly carry a higher price tag than that of its predecessor, which is now available at $26,190.

2017 Subaru BRZ photos

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