Subaru BRZ
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    2022 Subaru BRZ

    2022 Subaru BRZ
    Variants
    2
    Price Range
    $37,300 - $41,200
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    Fuel Efficiency8.8 - 9.5 / 100km
    ANCAP Rating5-star
    Warranty5 years
    Subaru
    8.1
    2022 Subaru BRZ
    Fuel Efficiency
    8.8 - 9.5 / 100km
    ANCAP Rating
    5-star
    Warranty
    5 years
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    About the BRZ

    The 2022 Subaru BRZ was available in ten variants, is classed as a SPORTS UP TO 80K and was built in Japan. It uses Premium Unleaded Petrol fuel.

    The 2022 Subaru BRZ was sold with an engine size of 2.4L and with four-cylinder.

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    Current Deals

    What is the price of a Subaru BRZ?
    Base
    Save Up To: $500
    10th Anniversary Edition
    Save Up To: $500
    S
    Save Up To: $500
    Available Deals for the Base
    Pack Deal
    Pack Deal
    Gift Card Deal
    Gift Card Deal
    Deal Overview
    rrp
    $44,790
    discount
    $4,500
    Region
    National
    Offer Ends
    29/2/2024
    Win A Subaru Accessories Pack Valued At Over $4000, Prize Pack Inludes: Crossbars With Roof Attachment, MyCOOLMAN Fridge, Thule Roof Awning And The Winner's Choice Of Either $500 Accor Hotels Gift Card Or A $500 Fuel Card
    Excludes Vehicles Owned Or Leased By A Government Agency, Business Or Any Other Commercial Entity
    Deal Pricing

    Pricing Level

    Price Value

    Details

    RRP

    $44,790

    Manufacturer listed price

    CASH INCENTIVE

    $500

    Cash bonus or discount

    ACCESSORY INCENTIVE

    $4,000

    Free accessories or options

    TOTAL DISCOUNTING

    $4,500

    Incentive total

    Vehicle Specs

    Body Style

    Coupe

    Fuel Type

    Petrol

    Number of Doors

    2

    Number of Seats

    4

    Drive Type

    RWD

    Transmission

    A6

    Engine Size

    2.4 L

    Power

    174 kW

    Torque

    250 Nm

    News

    All the latest BRZ news

    BRZ Safety Rating

    ANCAP Safety Rating Australia

    BRZ Warranty

    What is the warranty period and kilometre limit for the Subaru BRZ?

    Depending on the variant, SUBARU suggested that owners service their 2022 SUBARU BRZ every 12 to 9 months, or 15,000km, whichever comes first.

    The 2022 SUBARU BRZ had a 5 year, unlimited km warranty.

    BRZ Fuel Economy

    How much fuel does the Subaru BRZ use and what are its emissions?

    Depending on the variant, view the 2022 SUBARU BRZ fuel usage below.

    All Highway, City, and Combined figures below are litres per 100km

    VariantSeriesStyleFuel TypeHighwayCityCombinedE10?
    -MY222D COUPEPREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL--9.5-
    SMY222D COUPEPREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL--9.5-
    -MY232D COUPEPREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL--9.5-
    SMY232D COUPEPREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL--9.5-
    -MY222D COUPEPREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL--8.8-
    10th ANNIVERSARY EDITIONMY232D COUPEPREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL--9.5-
    SMY222D COUPEPREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL--8.8-
    -MY232D COUPEPREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL--8.8-
    SMY232D COUPEPREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL--8.8-
    10th ANNIVERSARY EDITIONMY232D COUPEPREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL--8.8-

    BRZ Dimensions

    The dimensions of the Subaru BRZ

    The 2022 SUBARU BRZ measures 4265mm long, 1775mm wide and 1310mm tall, with a 2575mm tall wheelbase.

    BRZ Market Fit

    Where does it fit in the competitor segment?

    The Subaru BRZ is categorised as a SPORTS UP TO 80K

    Owner Reviews

    Owner's reviews of the Subaru BRZ
    2022 Subaru BRZ S owner review

    2022 Subaru BRZ S owner review

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    David Festa purchased this Subaru BRZ new with additional options for $47,245 (including all on-road costs). David Festa would buy this car again because: "I would buy again because the days of dedicated sports coupes with rear-wheel drive, naturally-aspirated engines, and manual gearboxes are limited and I want to enjoy them while I can. It is the anti SUV. Before the turn of the millennium virtually every automotive manufacturer had an affordable sports coupe. Toyota Celica and MR2, Nissan 200SX, Honda Integra and Prelude, Mazda RX7, Alfa GTV, Fiat Coupe are just a few that come to mind. Even Holden had the Calibra. Ferrari and Lamborghini were the poster cars but an affordable sports coupes was what I really aspired to. And as old fashioned as the layout is, the BRZ is the best 1990s sports coupe you can buy today. I like a hot hatch as much as the next person but I love that this car is designed from the ground up for driving enjoyment and is not just a modified shopping trolley. I previously owned a base model 2015 GT86 and after waiting more than a year from the first reveal I found the experience of seeing the new BRZ in person a bit surreal. Years ago I used to sleep in the Doctor’s on call room in the Nurse’s quarters of the old Preston & Northcote Community Hospital (PANCH) in Melbourne. The same building is now an up market hotel and it feels bizarre walking through the place. The walls, foyer and swimming pool are all in the same place but barely recognisable. Everything is the same only better. I have the same experience with the BRZ. You can see the same basic shape of the old car but everything has been updated. The wider rear track makes the haunches more curvaceous, all the design details are more cohesive and the aero slashes on the side are now functional. All the hard points are the same but absolutely everything has been improved. Kudos to Subaru for making so many changes and all of them positive. Often when a car is updated there are inevitably some changes for the worse, just look at the cost cutting in the new Golf GTI interior or their horrendous new user interface. I loved the old BRZ and I love the new BRZ even more. But if, for whatever reason, you did not like the previous model then you may not like this one either. There have been multiple incremental improvements rather than any radical changes and in a lot of ways it remains substantially the same car. Only much, much better. To me it feels more premium and well made, like an expensive power tool, but in no way luxurious or opulent. A BMW or Porsche this is not. "
    14 Mar 22

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    If buying from a dealer as a used car, the 2022 Subaru BRZ range is priced from $37,300 for the "BRZ BASE MODEL" variant and finishes at $44,900 for the "BRZ 10th ANNIVERSARY EDITION" variant. If you were to trade a used 2022 Subaru BRZ in to a dealer, you can expect a second hand price of $31,300 for the "BRZ BASE MODEL" variant up to $38,200 for the "BRZ 10th ANNIVERSARY EDITION" variant. These prices may vary depending on the condition and mileage of the vehicle.

    The 2022 Subaru BRZ is built in Japan and is then shipped to Australia.

    Depending on the variant, Subaru suggested that owners service their the 2022 Subaru BRZ every a 12 to 9 months, or 15,000km, whichever comes first.

    The 2022 Subaru BRZ has a five star ANCAP safety rating out of five.

    The 2022 Subaru BRZ uses Premium Unleaded Petrol.

    The 2022 Subaru BRZ has 2 doors.

    In our latest review the Subaru BRZ scored 8.1 out of 10. Read the full Subaru BRZ review here.

    The 2022 Subaru BRZ had a 5 year, unlimited km warranty.
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