To summarize the 2015 Subaru BRZ is simple: it's fun times with an affordable price tag. Entry-level sports cars are making a comeback and are no longer the privvy of European makes. The Subaru BRZ is a collaborative design effort with Toyota, who sells near-twins as the Scion FR-S and the Toyota FT-86 both here and abroad. Collectively, the cars are often referred to as the "Toyobaru twins."
Like most back-to-basics entry-level sports cars, the 2015 BRZ focuses on the driving experience rather than power output. Unlike many who have made this claim, though, the BRZ actually delivers with a fun-filled and dynamic driving experience that few can match.
The road comes through to the driver very well in this car and handling is superbly tuned. In the manual shift transmission, the shift throw and clutch are tight and fast, making for a very sporty drive experience despite the lack of engine power relative to other sports cars on the market. So although the 2015 BRZ probably won't win many races on the drag strip, it will always thrill on the open road and twisty highway and makes even a dull commute into a "wake up and drive" experience.