2013 Subaru BRZ Premium Review Firs Drive Picture - Subaru Cars Review
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2013 Subaru BRZ Premium Review Firs Drive Picture, Given the BRZ’s specs—rear-drive, 200 horsepower, manual gearbox, less than 30 grand—we began our 40,000 miles of study long before it and the Scion formally secured 10Best trophies for 2013. The Subaru was always our first choice, as the company handled the bulk of the engineering, including the fitment of one of its emblematic flat-four engines.Our long-term 2013 Premium model in WR Blue Pearl was a fine cake that needed no frosting; even the base car comes well equipped with an excellent six-speed manual, body-hugging cloth seats, touch-screen navigation, and a cocoon of six airbags.Standard, too, is the way the BRZ’s stellar dynamics obliterate a driver’s impulse control. Aided by an ultra-low center of gravity (18.1 inches), the 2757-pound Subaru can shimmy down twisty roads with poise. The superquick, electrically assisted steering’s effort rises in a natural, linear fashion as cornering forces build. Closely spaced pedals allow for easy heel-and-toe action, while the short-throw shifter is nice and close to the steering wheel, even if it felt notchy at times. “The most fun you can have this side of a Porsche,” proclaimed one Boxster S–owning editor.The BRZ’s front-strut/rear-multilink suspension is loosely based on the Impreza’s and is tuned for a slight push in corners. However, a standard Torsen limited-slip differential ensures that the rear of the chassis is as lively as the car’s helm. Combined with modest grip from the 215/45R-17 Michelin Primacy HP rubber, good for 0.89 g on the skidpad, the Subie is an accomplished drifter when its stability control is deactivated.
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