[Semi-OT NEWS] 2022 Subaru BRZ prices released

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Jul 23, 2021, 2:23:19 AM7/23/21

As with the previous models, the Toyota 86 sibling car will likely be
around the same pricing, if not slightly cheaper.

US market, so prices in US$.

From Jalopnik.com ...

The 2022 Subaru BRZ Will Start at $27,995
The price for the all-new BRZ is actually cheaper than the
outgoing model.

The Subaru BRZ is in its second-generation for 2022, after
debuting mid-November of last year. Subaru released pricing
for the model and its trims on Thursday, but, luckily, the
price hasn't increased much.

With its two trims, the new starting price is $850 cheaper
than the outgoing model which only had one Limited trim and
the STi lite tS. The base car is Premium. In addition to
the standard 2.4-liter 228 horsepower Boxer engine, a six
speed manual transmission is standard along with:

"A TORSEN limited-slip differential; Keyless Access
with Push Button Start; LED headlights (low and high
beam) with automatic height adjustment; Vehicle
Stability Control with Track Mode; 17-inch alloy
wheels in dark gray finish; dual-zone automatic
climate control; Incline Start Assist; heated
exterior power mirrors; power fuel-door lock; power
windows with auto up/down and pinch protection; rear
center console storage box with USB ports and
auxiliary input jack; variable intermittent
windshield wipers with new speed-sensing mist
feature; and Welcome Lighting."

The uplevel Premium trim level starts at $29,595 with the
manual and includes things like 18-inch matte gray wheels, a
suite of driver safety aids (Subaru's EyeSight driver-assist
tech will be an option for the first time ever), Michelin
Pilot Sport 4 summer tires and adaptive, swiveling headlights.
A 6 speed automatic can be optioned on both trims for $1600.

While some may cry out that 228 horsepower still isn't enough
in this thing, just be thankful it still exists. There aren't
many automakers anymore that still sell a rear-wheel-drive
sporty car with a STANDARD manual transmission under $30,000,
and it's kind of incredible that Subaru is still bringing this
car here at all. Let's hope the new Toyota 86 will be just as
cheap in its quest to best its sibling by the tiniest of


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