2017 Subaru BRZ LATEST LUXURY, ELEGANT, FAST

2017 Subaru BRZ LATEST LUXURY, ELEGANT, FAST

For the 2017 model Subaru BRZ update its sporty coupe; goals better handling and increased performance, and the car has a more aggressive look and several new convenience features. Subaru says improvements must be made a little Sportster continues its mission to offer "unparalleled driving experience."

2017 Subaru BRZ LATEST LUXURY, ELEGANT, FAST
2017 Subaru BRZ LATEST LUXURY, ELEGANT, FAST

We've long loved BRZ for responsive handling and brilliant. To make it respond better, Model 2017 has updated coil springs and dampers and rear stabilizer bars are larger, while the chassis has been stiffened with extra braces to strut towers, transmission crossmember plate and rear wheel houses.

This BRZ kept his boxer-four 2.0-liter displacement but has a new camshaft, cylinder heads and valves, as well as the new aluminum intake manifold and exhaust manifold redesigned for better air flow. Horsepower to 5-205 with a six-speed manual, and the final-drive ratio went from 4.1: 1 to 4.3: 1. Subaru also raised the limit of stability control systems so that you can cut loose a little more chassis.

The exterior of the 2017 model is largely unchanged, except for a redesigned front bumper to make the car look wider and a little more aggressive - it was also mounted lower, helping aero bit. Headlights, fog lights and rear lights are now LEDs.

2017 Subaru BRZ LATEST LUXURY, ELEGANT, FAST
2017 Subaru BRZ LATEST LUXURY, ELEGANT, FAST


Two trim levels, Premium and Limited, has a 6.2-inch touchscreen, in-dash CD player with eight speakers, smartphone integration and a backup camera. The Limited has a dual-zone automatic climate control, while the Premium is manual. A new limited features is a 4.2-inch multifunction LCD screen just to the right of the tachometer, provides readouts for lateral gs, the position of the gas pedal, the braking force, steering angle, oil and water temps, and battery voltage. There is also a stop watch so you can record lap times. Limited Performance Package is also new for '17 and includes Brembo calipers and larger rotors front and rear, Sachs performance shocks and 17-inch aluminum wheels are unique. Start Assist is now standard across the board on the user-equipped cars; holding the car on a hill so you do not roll into the driver behind you.


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