2014 Subaru BRZ Price Increases $100 To $26,390

Like its doppelganger, the Scion FR-S, the Subaru BRZ gets a small price increase for the 2014 model year, rising $100 to $26,390 (including delivery). A handful of equipment changes come with the slight price rise.

Two trims are available: the manual-transmission-only Premium, or the automatic-optional Limited. Choosing the Limited trim adds a new Aha app smartphone integration as part of the standard navigation system. Other Limited-model upgrades from the Premium include fog lights, a body-color trunk spoiler, and Alcantara inserts with leather bolsters for the seats.

The BRZ’s price increased less that the Scion FR-S’s, which rose $525 from last year’s MSRP. The FR-S also added Aha app support for 2014 with the optional navigation system, and gained the 6.1-inch color touchscreen as a standard item, bringing with it Bluetooth and iPod support. New knee cushions on the door panels improve sport-driving comfort.

The only real differentiation between the two cars remains the $935 base price differential and the navigation system it buys in the BRZ–though there are a few minor behavioral traits that aren’t shared.

To keep up with all of the latest news–including talk of the rumored STI version and the recent Forbidden Fruit BRZ tS–visit our Subaru BRZ page.


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