Subaru announced pricing for the 2018 BRZ Friday, which now boasts new technology and a $100 price hike above last year's model, now starting at $25,595. The second generation of Subaru's affordable lightweight sports car debuted in 2017 with a facelift, but Subie maintained its stance to keep the car naturally-aspirated.
The 2018 Subaru Forester Standard will start at $22,795, but the Touring trim will bring buyers all the way up to $33,090. However, it is important to note this is still below the average new car cost of $34,077 and full of luxury features like navigation, heated seats, panoramic sunroof, Eyesight Driver Assist Technology and more.
*/1 Manufacturer's suggested retail price does not include destination and delivery charges, tax, title and registration fees. Destination and delivery includes handling and inland freight fees and may vary in some states. Prices, specifications, options, features and models subject to change without notice.
Subaru has been busy lately updating its lineup for the 2018 model year, as all car companies should be. Almost every Subaru from the Crosstrek to the BRZ is getting a fresh new look for 2018, as well as some new technology for its fans to play around with.
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