2015 Subaru BRZ Values

Select a 2015 Subaru BRZ trim level

2015 model year changes

Since its 2013 introduction, the BRZ has been a big hit for Subaru. Largely unchanged for 2015, though a BRZ "Series.Blue" special edition will be produced but limited to just 1,000 units. The Series.Blue features STI-branded aerodynamic body work and 17-inch wheels, along with unique interior trim. Half the cars will come in WR Blue Pearl and half in Chrystal White Pearl and all will come with a 6-speed manual transmission.

Competitive comparison

Superb, balanced handling; quick, responsive steering; rev-happy engine; classic sports-car look and feel; strong feature set; navigation is standard

Special features for 2015

The BRZ was entirely new, designed and engineered from the ground up for performance. With pricing that starts at $25,695, the BRZ is one of the best performance deals for weekend racers or anyone who judges performance cars by how well they tackle the corners. In this way, the BRZ delivers the kind of performance bargain enthusiasts crave. It also makes plenty of sense for daily driving, with enough features to make commuters happy, plus EPA highway estimates of up to 34 mpg.
A four passenger compact coupe, the BRZ comes in two different trims: Premium, and Limited. With the base trim, you will get 17” alloy wheels with summer touring tires, bi-xenon headlamps, limited-slip rear differential, folding rear seats, touchscreen interface with Bluetooth connectivity and smartphone integration (including voice command and GPS), iPod/USB interface and an eight-speaker surround sound system with HD radio player. Upgrade your package to the Limited trim and get things like fog lights, a stylish spoiler on the rear, remote start and entry, two-zone climate control (automatic), leather upholstery, and heated seats and mirrors. The BRZ is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine (horizontal) that makes 200 horsepower and 151 pound-feet of torque. With a combined EPA mpg of 25, you won’t have to spend hordes on gas getting to and from work. Buyers ought to consider upgrading the 36-month/36,000-mile warranty to add extended coverage for their purchase.