Before the new Subaru BRZ Coupe has its market launch in June, the company has just informed the pricing for it in Canada. Unfortunately, as we guessed the Canadians should pay an extra price over the States’ customers.
The new BRZ is offered in a choice of two trim grades. The first is the base model which has a price tag at CA$27,295 if equipped with the six-speed manual and CA$28,495 for the six-speed automatic variant. On the other hand the Sport- tech package is cost at CA$29,295 if it comes with a manual transmission, while the automatic variant is priced at CA$30,495.
Just for comparison, in US the BRZ pricing ranges, starting from US$25,495 for the base model with manual transmission to US$28,595 for the Limited model when it is mated with automatic version.
For the Canadians, the company offers HID headlights, a touchscreen navigation system with Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity and audio streaming, plus smartphone integration to be applied in the BRZ as standard features.
Apart of the standard features, the Sport- tech Package gets a range of comfort features and goodies, including a rear spoiler, fog lights, dual-zone automatic climate control, and seat upholstered with Alcantara inserts and leather bolsters.
Take a note that the 2.0 liter flat four that is good for 200 horses in all market ranges and at last I’ll remind you that US$1 is equal to CA0.9984.
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