New 2019 SubaruBRZ Limited Coupe

  • VIN: JF1ZCAC16K9601331
  • Stock: 2402

Fuel Economy
21.0/29.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Ice Silver
Interior Color
Black
Body/Seating
Coupe/4 seats
Transmission
6 speed manual
Drivetrain
rear-wheel
Engine
2.0L H-4 cyl
Subaru BRZ

Highlighted Features

  • Navigation system
  • Leather upholstery
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Exterior parking camera rear
  • Front dual zone A/C
  • Heated front seats
  • Remote keyless entry

Included Packages & Options

  • Performance Package$1,195
    • Wheels: 17" x 7.5" Dark Gray Finish Alloy
    • Brembo 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
    • Sachs Performance Shock Absorber
    • T145/70 D17 Temporary Spare Tire
Included Options
  • Alloy Wheel Locks$81
  • Rear Bumper Applique$98

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

This vehicle won't be on the lot long!

A practical vehicle that doesn't sacrifice style! Subaru prioritized comfort and style by including: air conditioning, telescoping steering wheel, and leather upholstery. Subaru made sure to keep road-handling and sportiness at the top of it's priority list. Under the hood you'll find a 4 cylinder engine with more than 200 horsepower, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain.

Come see us today and we'll help you drive away in your dream vehicle!

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall5Out of 5
  • Most fun car I have ever owned, period.

    By Brucers45 on Tuesday, December 12, 2017

    5.0
    I Own the Series.yellow and I have read tons of reviews and seen You Tube videos of others and have come to this conclusion: Personally, I am madly in love with this car, and everyone that owns one is too. It handles amazing, you are almost on the ground, it stops smooth as silk and quickly, and it looks amazing...and that is only part of my list. Many people WPM about the power but make no mistake, it feels quick and people cant get you around corners. The shifter is tight and in the pocket. 2017 has nice little user features like touch handle entry, push button start..etc. Some BRZers like to soup up their BRZ; you can do that for more horsepower if you crave that, but if you only want pure HorsePower buy a muscle car but loose that wonderful, cant wait to drive experience. The interior accents on Series.yellow look great, the seat fit good. Btw, Back seats are only emergency use (small) but Cargo space is unusually big with the seats down. But who buys it for that?? Its a driver and passenger car, meant to be enjoyed. I love the exclusivity of this series.yellow also, the only one in my county. These look like they are sold out now so only used ones are available. Pride of ownership with this puppy. So far zero problems.
  • Best sports car under $30K

    By BRZ Fan on Thursday, July 19, 2012

    5.0
    I've always been a fan of the Mazda MX-5/Miata, meaning I appreciate refined handling more than raw horsepower in a sports car. The BRZ is like an MX-5 except with a fixed roof. Therefore it's a niche car among niche cars: a sports car, and one that doesn't rely on neck-snapping power for thrills. In other words the BRZ won't appeal to everyone, or even to all sports car buyers. That said, if you enjoy the spirit of the MX-5 but don't want a convertible, read on. Or better yet, call your Subaru dealer now, then read on. Since I could write a book on how much I like my BRZ, I'll confine my review by following KBB's points above and then add a couple more comments. 1 - Value: My 2013 BRZ is a "Limited" trim and its total msrp was $27,495. There are no further options to drive up the price. This is what I paid for it as well, no dealer mark-up. All I can say here is yes, it's a good value. You may not get better handling/braking/steering/shifting car for twice the price. You certainly won't get it for the same price. 2 - Reliability: I only have 800 miles on the car so I can hardly comment on reliability from my own experience, other than noting it's clearly very well-built. So I rated it a 10 based more on Subaru's big success in reliability and resale value with its other models. So far no sign this car will be different. 3 - Quality: Not a 10, but only because some of the interior plastic isn't as nice as it could be. Specifically the inside lower door plastic, forming the the door cupholders, is way too thin. Some of the control knobs aren't the most impressive either. 4 - Overall: Not a 10 here either, but close... 5 - Driving Dynamics: Superb. I won't go on because you can read all about it in the auto reviews. You just have to experience it, the more treacherous the road the better. A 90-year old grandmother would have no trouble zooming around hairpin turns because the car inspires so much confidence. Which wouldn't be a good thing if it didn't deliver, but this car does! On the other hand, the BRZ definitely could use a bit more torque - low-end grunt - but in the horsepower department, 200 is more than enough for a vehicle this light (2776 lbs). 6 - Design: The interior only comes in all-black which I don't like, but that's a subjective thing of course. I'm not a big fan either of the look of Alcantara, but it does hold you in place. The interior looks fresh, a bit spare (which I like), and not at all gimmicky like some other cars in this class. The steering wheel is clean and simple and feels just fantastic. One will end up in MOMA at some point. The aluminum pedals look and feel great too. Three fake-chrome trim pieces (the interior door handles, the pushbutton surround and the handbrake release button) look just bizarre in contrast to the rest of the nice matte silver interior trim. Subaru's attempt to standardize these pieces across their model range backfires in the BRZ. The exterior was designed by Toyota, their only part in the project. It disappointed me when the BRZ/FR-S was only available in pictures, but in person looks a lot better, from some angles even really good. Certainly everyone else has complimented me on it. There's no denying that the car looks tight and compact, it's just not particularly original. 7 - Comfort & Convenience: The front seats are probably the most comfortable you'll ever sit in in a car, although wider bodies have reported feeling a little tight in them. The back seats are useless except for storage purposes, and the car would have been better off designed as a 2-seater from the start. This would have narrowed the doors a bit, although they're much more user-friendly in tight parking spots than doors on most 2+2 coupes, which have to be wide enough to allow access to the back seats. Ingress/egress requires some flexibility (!), but the BRZ is a low-slung sports car, after all. Visibility - always a big deal for me - is the best you'll find in a sports car. Forward visibility is panoramic, you see exactly where the front wheels are. Rearward is good too but the trunkline is high. Unfortunately the center stoplamp is just obnoxious, I don't think I'll ever stop glancing in the mirror thinking another car is on my tail... Rear 3/4 visibility is, well, better than in a top-up convertible, but the back windows are really just small triangles of light. If your seats are not positioned too far back, and your neck isn't arthritic, you may just see out of them. The Limited comes with all sorts of convenience features (which the Premium trim lacks, as does the Scion FRS), you can read about them on the Subaru website. The keyless entry (doors and trunk) and pushbutton start are great conveniences. The radio/navigation screen isn't, I'll never prefer pressing a screen over the fine control you have turning a knob. Noise - You'll be pleasantly surprised, the BRZ is actually pretty quiet! That is, until you get near 4000 rpm during hard acceleration. That's when the interior resonator pipe - intentionally designed to bring in 2 cylinders-worth of noise to the cabin - kicks in. I don't like it and may have my dealer muffle mine, but otherwise the BRZ is less noisy than other small cars I've driven, certainly less than other sports cars.
  • The most fun car ever.

    By StIves777 on Saturday, September 03, 2016

    5.0
    I brought this car new in 2014 and now have 35,000 miles on it with over 20,000 miles of that being road trips. I have driven 750 to 800 miles in a day with as much as 11 to 14 hours behind the wheel and loved every minute and mile of it. Whether you are on a straight road or mountain switchbacks, nothing is more fun to drive. Drove down Pike's Peak and Mount Evans in second gear, only having to break for slower traffic. It hugs the road and curves like nothing I have ever driven. If you like to race, this is nor your car. You are not going to beat too many off the line or at top end speed, but on a mountain road with lots of turns, you will probably blow them away. This car handles that good! It is an attractive, economical, fun sports car that gets seconds looks wherever you go.

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