2017 Subaru BRZ- Full coverage- Part 1

BRZ

It was around last decade when Toyota joined Subaru to form a team and introduce a rear-wheel driven and compact sports car. The year 2012 saw the unveiling of Subaru BRZ and Toyota GT86 in the market.
Toyota also marketed BRZ with the name FR-S through its Scion brand till there was a dissolution of the brand in the year 2016. Subaru has also renovated its BRZ for 2017 by incorporating some fresh features to a sports car which was regarded to be fast aging.
Those who are unaware of the revamp, the vehicle’s front fascia are updated now and the vehicle will now feature standard 17-inch wheels made of aluminum alloy. The premium models of Subaru BRZ will now feature automatic headlights that can be adjusted automatically, hill start assist, daytime running lights, simulated leather on its dash trim’s center, a steering wheel wrapped in leather, aluminum spoiler that is body-colored along with a vehicle stability control.
BRZ’s limited models are fortunate to get extra goodies that include a fresh instrument cluster, LED fog lights, and a choice for its paddle shifters on steering wheel. There are more extra goodies in the limited trim edition such red stitching and simulated leather on the boot and paddle-shift control switches.
The models of BRZ that have a manual transmission may optionally have a fresh performance package with black colored alloy wheels, Sachs shock absorbers in its rear and front and Brembo brake system. It can be observed that a majority of the extra goodies are available with BRZ’s Limited and Premium trims, However, they will help in keeping this model fresh until the time Subaru along with Toyota can introduce a new generation of its compact sports car.

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What You Need to Know Before Buying the Impreza WRX-STI: What to Look For – II

WRX STI

The Subaru Impreza WRX-STI is the lightest and rawest of the entire bunch and comes with a default torque split of 35/65.

If you have seen the model that was introduced in 2005, you will agree that it resembles its 2004 model year predecessor quite a lot. Though the interior of the 2005 got revised, the all-important and signature style immobilizer still continued. However, as compared to the 2004 Subaru model, the model introduced in 205 was slightly heavier. Apart from the weight difference, both these models more or less looked identical.

Come 2006 and Subaru came up with a grille that resembled somewhat similar to an Alfa-Romeo upside down and the torque split was further moved forward to 41/59 from front to rear.

The Subaru model of 2006 was also equipped with unique front control arms made of aluminum. There are many fans of Subaru who feel that the year 2006 was the best time for both the WRX and the STI.

2007 saw the vehicle featuring taller ratios for its gears as opposed to its earlier model. There were changes made to the ECU, as well as, the wastegate actuator.

In a serious attempt before Subaru could do its changeover to a GR-chassis hatchback, the carmaker launched what it called the STI’s grown-up version that was referred to as Limited.  The name itself indicates that these care are quite rare and only around 800 of them were sold in the United States market. The Limited editions had a leather interior and greater use of sound-deafening materials. They can be regarded as the Touring editions of Subaru STIs.

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