2020 Subaru BRZ

Check Out How the 2020 Subaru BRZ Compares to the Competition at Castle Subaru

Premium power? Smooth handling and curves? An available Performance package? The 2020 Subaru BRZ is well-equipped with all these features and more, and it tops the competition in a variety of factors, ensuring that Subaru stays ahead of the pack. Similarly-equipped models like the Toyota 86 and Nissan 370Z try their best to keep up, but when matched up head-to-head, the Subaru BRZ continues to come out ahead. Check out how they compare down below, and stop by today to test drive the 2020 BRZ today!

Subaru BRZ vs Toyota 86

  • Fuel Economy: Both models offer manual and automatic transmissions, with each offering impressive efficiency to keep you away from the gas pumps. However, the Subaru offers better performance on the highway with both manual and automatic transmissions equipped, letting you go just a bit further.
  • Sports-tuned Handling: The Subaru BRZ offers a few different options for STI sport-tuned suspension systems, including an available Sachs® performance shock absorbers to ensure a high level of performance. They come standard with the BRZ tS, while the Toyota 86 only offers them optional for the base model and nowhere else in the lineup.
  • Infotainment System: The Subaru BRZ and the Toyota 86 are both equipped with a seven-inch touchscreen and the integration of Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, ensuring you enjoy your experience. However, if you want help getting there, the BRZ comes with Navigation, a feature missing from the Toyota model.

Subaru BRZ vs Nissan 370Z

  • Fuel Efficiency: The Nissan 370Z might have a more powerful engine, it falls far behind when it comes to its performance in the city and on the highway. It offers a fuel economy of 19/26 mpg city/highway with its automatic transmission, far behind the 24/33 mpg city/highway with the Subaru BRZ.
  • Infotainment System: The Subaru BRZ is standard with a seven-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ integration, and Navigation for ease of getting around. The Nissan 370Z offers a seven-inch touchscreen but requires you to pay more to unlock it, the same with Navigation. However, it doesn't offer smartphone integration.
  • Interior Space: The Nissan 370Z is specifically designed to accommodate two passengers for a sporty experience. The Subaru BRZ doesn't limit you and your passengers, as it can seat up to four passengers. The Nissan sports car offers a limited 51.6 cubic feet of space, while the Subaru BRZ offers a much more spacious 76.5 cubic feet to enjoy.

Test Drive the Subaru BRZ Today!

Looking to jump in the seat of a superior sports car? Nothing will suit you better than the 2020 Subaru BRZ. Stop by Castle Subaru, and we'll put you in the driver's seat to experience the thrill of driving one today!