2017 Subaru BRZ First Drive


It is noticeable that now the accelerative forces of Subaru BRZ for 2017 are working in perfect sync with its new suspension.  The original Subaru BRZ had rear springs that were softer than even the FR-S.

The updated rear springs of the all-new Subaru BRZ is even softer than ever before. The car’s boxer that has been revised features a dashboard that has a higher mid-range torque in the range of 2,500 to 4,000 rpm.

According to the engineers in Subaru, the changes in suspension to BRZ’s rear enabled greater fine-tuning in its front.  As a result, there is a higher linearity and directness in the feel of its steering. It gives a feel that your BRZ’s obedience has increased and will go wherever it has been pointed to.

The engineers of Subaru have also been successful in taking care of one of the major complaints. They have changed the programming of the VSC stability program so that it can operate easily with the suspension that is more cooperative than ever before. Due to the availability of the VSC, the driver has longer control in hands prior to kicking in.

All the driving modes of BRZ now have reduced eagerness and intensity for activation. However, this reduction is the highest when the aggressive setting is maximum. Subaru says that was the reason to rechristen its Sport Mode as Track.

You can enjoy a greater planted feel now due to its new Performance Package.

Drop in at Pine Belt to know more about the 2017 Subaru BRZ.



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