The BRZ sports vehicle is one of currently most thrilling inexpensive autos. Similar to its mechanical twin, the Toyota GR86, it encourages having pleasure while driving.

The BRZ's 2.4-liter flat-four engine has a naturally aspirated configuration and develops 228 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque.

According to EPA estimates, the automatic BRZ has a combined fuel economy rating of 25 mpg, a city efficiency rating of 21 mpg, and a highway efficiency rating of 30 mpg.

The Subaru BRZ's cabin features a driver-centric design with a 2+2 seating arrangement, a sporty look, and cutting-edge technology.

The infotainment system of each BRZ is controlled via an 8.0-inch touchscreen situated in the centre of the dashboard.

Subaru offers a limited and powertrain warranty that is competitive but unspectacular. The Toyota 86 comes with free scheduled maintenance, but not the BRZ.

Three years or 36,000 miles are covered by the limited warranty. Five years or 60,000 miles are covered by the powertrain warranty. There is no free planned maintenance.

Even while the 2.4-liter engine isn't enough to make the BRZ the fastest car in town, it seems more responsive than the 2.0-liter engine in the previous iteration.

Even though our test vehicle weighed somewhat more than the previous BRZ—2843 pounds—by today's sports-car standards, it was still pretty trim.

The 2022 Subaru BRZ is still a genuine sports vehicle for everyone, prioritising cost and lightweight agility over high horsepower and expensive exclusivity.

The Subaru BRZ now has a 228-hp naturally aspirated flat-four, which at least partially answers one of our major issues.

The Subaru BRZ 2022 outperforms cheap sports vehicles with a new cabin that incorporates modern technology while maintaining the functionality of its forerunner.

A new 2.4-liter flat-four cylinder engine that is more potent than the 2.0-liter model it replaces will also be welcomed by drivers.

Subaru claims that the BRZ offers great forward sight in addition to its low seating position because of its thin front roof pillars.