2013 Subaru BRZ Review, Walkaround, Start Up & Rev, Exhaust

One of the best performance values you can buy today, we applaud Subaru and Scion for giving us these inexpensive, fun to drive, light weight sports cars. The only thing we are waiting for now is the turbo versions of each vehicle. "The hype accompanying the 2013 Subaru BRZ was deafening, but this fun little coupe is definitely worth the noise." (Edmunds.com)

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I want one to say the least.




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