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The Subaru BRZ is classified as a sports car that has a starting MSRP of $28,845. The sports car can get up to 24 MPG (miles per gallon) in the city and up to 33 MPG on the highway. It has 200 to 205 hp (horsepower) and has a curb weight of 2,798 to 2,840 pounds. The Subaru BRZ is available in two different configurations. These configurations include the Limited and the tS.
 
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2020 Subaru BRZ
$28,933
29,598 miles
Valley Stream, NY
Manual
2L 4 cyl

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Classified as a sports car, the Subaru BRZ has a starting MSRP of $28,845. The sports car can get up to 24 MPG (miles per gallon) in the city and up to 33 MPG on the highway. It has 200 to 205 hp (horsepower) and has a curb weight of 2,798 to 2,840 pounds. The Subaru BRZ is available in two different configurations. These configurations include the Limited and the tS. The Subaru BRZ has also gone by the name "Toyota 86." It was jointly developed by Toyota and Subaru, manufactured at Subaru's Gunma assembly plant along with a badge engineered variant, marketed as the Subaru BRZ. The fastback coupe was recognized for its naturally-aspirated boxer engine, front engined, rear wheel drive (RWD) configuration, 53/47 front/rear weight balance and low center of gravity — and for drawing inspiration from Toyota's earlier AE86, a small, light, front-engine/rear-drive Corolla variant widely popular for Showroom Stock, Group A, and Group N, Rally, Club and drift racing. The car was marketed as the 86 in North America, Australia, Asia, South America, and South Africa.