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2016 Subaru BRZ Price Cut

Starts at $26,190, $300 Less Than 2015 Model

Jason Udy
Aug 27, 2015

Pricing for the 2016 Subaru BRZ starts at $26,290 (including $795 destination), the automaker announced. That’s $300 less than the 2015 model.

Starting at $26,190, the base 2016 Subaru BRZ Premium comes only with a six-speed manual transmission. New for all 2016 BRZ models is the Subaru StarLink infotainment system. The price drop is due to navigation no longer being standard equipment. Standard features include a sport-tuned suspension with front strut brace and Torsen limited-slip differential.

The 2016 Subaru BRZ Limited with manual starts at $28,190 and adds foglights, a decklid spoiler, seats trimmed in Alcantara and leather, Keyless Access, dual-zone climate control, All-Weather Package (dual-mode heated front seats and heated side mirrors), illuminated visor mirrors, and front door courtesy light . The 2016 Subaru BRZ Limited with six-speed automatic transmission starts at $29,290.

The new Subaru StarLink Multimedia System features a 6.2-inch single-touch gesture display. Other features include AM/FM stereo with HD Radio, SiriusXM satellite radio, Radio Data Broadcast System, CD player, Bluetooth phone and audio streaming, iPod control, iTunes Tagging, and USB and auxiliary inputs. Additionally, smartphone integration supports Aha and Pandora as well as StarLink cloud apps including iHeartRadio, Stitcher, Calendar, Music Player, News, and Weather

All BRZ models are powered by a 2.0-liter Boxer flat-four rated 200 hp and 151 lb-ft of torque. The 2016 Subaru BRZ will arrive at dealers this Fall.

Source: Subaru

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