2022 Subaru BRZ Limited
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2022 Subaru BRZ Limited
- 2.4L H4
- 6 Speed Manual Transmission
- 1370 Miles
- 1 Owner
- Ice Silver Metallic Over Black Interior
- Ceramic Coated
Developed in conjunction with Toyota, the BRZ (and brother Toyota GT86) were part of a project to create a car that had a simple sports car feel. Front engine, rear wheel drive, naturally aspirated engine, nimble, lightweight, balanced, and a purposeful cockpit are all things that were pre-requisites when coming up with the final product. From the same family is the early '80's Toyota AE86 Corolla (Hachi Roku), which was built as a raw sports car. The Hachi Roku's have become synonymous with drifting culture over the years. The BRZ (and Toyota GT86) were developed with that taken into consideration.
The idea of a Subaru sports car, AND a Subaru which engineers expect owners to be drifting around in, seems a bit of a hair brained idea. Especially if you take Subaru's long known mission to build road-going cars that grip, and can handle a variety of terrain. With the BRZ, a car wearing a Subaru badge is built to, and expected to, oversteer. Call it what you will, but a new “terrain” for Subaru to participate in is drifting. Not only does the oversteering capabilities make it fun to drift, but it also helps to make this car a track day weapon. Whatever you choose to do with it, you will have a great deal of fun. For your consideration is this 2022 Subaru BRZ Limited.
The Limited model that you see here offers a few nice features which the “base” BRZ doesn't have. Those features come in the form of ultra-suede seating surfaces, heated front seats, different door and dash trim, and steering responsive headlights. Also part of the Limited package are the anthracite 18” wheels wrapped in sticky Michelin Pilot tires.
Ice Silver Metallic paint covers the mix of curves and chiseled lines that make up the exterior of the car. The exterior has been well taken care of, and the extra step of ceramic coating the paint has been taken. The interior has been equally well taken care of with no notable wear showing on any interior surfaces. A digital gauge cluster is framed by the chunky steering wheel, and the large infotainment screen and climate control system take up the center portion of the dashboard. The gauge cluster can be programmed to show parameters like acceleration g's, torque band, fuel level, coolant temperature, oil temperature, as well as any driver assist reminders. Once in the driver's seat, the shifter is close at hand, right along with the handbrake.
Under the hood is a 2.4 Liter flat-4 engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. The engine turns out 228 horsepower and 184 lb/ft of torque, which happens to be just the right amount of power to sprinkle a little oversteer into your driving experience should you choose to do so. Subaru calls the new BRZ a, “high performance sports car”, and we don't think they're too far off with that statement. The BRZ is claimed to click through the quarter mile traps at just under 14 seconds, and hit 60 from a standstill in just under 5.5 seconds. Not too shabby for 228 horsepower.
This is a car that was developed for enthusiasts by enthusiasts. The BRZ is on numerous lists of the best new fun cars, and even made Car and Driver magazine's 2023 Ten Best list. With a BRZ parked in your garage you have the words track day weapon, drift missile, or daily driver to describe the BRZ. Which term you choose to adopt is up to you. Please call if interested or e-mail with specific questions. Thanks for looking.