Subaru BRZ S 2022 Radio Review

We drive the BRZ on a road test review

Subaru BRZ – In a world that seems to be all about SUVs it’s sometimes nice to drive a sports coupe. Last week we drove the Subaru BRZ.

2022 Subaru BRZ Coupe SUpdated early this year Subaru has managed to substantially improve what was already an excellent car.

The most important thing to note is just how much fun the BRZ is to drive.

With rear wheel drive and almost perfect balance, along with revised suspension, wider rear track, lower centre of gravity and new performance tyres means it’s like driving a go cart, without the rigid suspension.


2022 Subaru BRZ Coupe S

The 2.4L petrol engine isn’t overly powerful but it’s more than enough to provide awesome driver engagement. The 6 speed manual is fun but I’ll take the automatic version please, because it’s easy to drive and gets all the safety features.

Sitting inside, the redesigned layout continues the driver experience and it’s slightly larger than before meaning more room for two people. Forget the two rear seats.

Subaru BRZ Coupe S 2022 drivers instruments

Instruments are old school meets new technology and everything is easy and intuitive to use. Surprisingly the visibility all around is good.

BRZ is priced from $38,990 plus the usual costs.

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2022 Subaru BRZ Coupe S

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What is good?

What is not so good?

  • Simply FUN to drive
  • Very cool
  • Old model was good –  New model is so much better
  • Tiny boot space
  • No AEB on Manuals
  • Rear seats useless

2022 Subaru BRZ Coupe S

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Subaru BRZ S 

Model Price $43,990 *MLP
Engine 2.6L 4 Cyl Petrol
Drivetrain RWD 6 Speed Sports AT
Power 174 kW @ 7,000 rpm
Torque 250 Nm @ 3,700 rpm
0-100kmh / Top speed  TBC / TBC
Safety TBC
CO2 Emissions 158 g/km
Economy ADR/ Capacity 8.8 L/100km / 50L / 10.5L/100k on test
Servicing Capped Price or service plan
Warranty 5yr/ Unlimited km with 5 Yr. conditional roadside assist

*MLP Includes GST and LCT but excluding statutory charges, dealer costs and dealer delivery. See your dealer for RDAP. Does not include price of options. Some features mentioned in the article are options. RDAP means Recommended Drive Away Price (without options but including all other charges).

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Overall Rating    


Behind the Wheel 9
Comfort 9
Equipment 9
Performance 8
Ride and Handling 8
Practicality 8
Fit for Purpose 9
Design / Style 9
Technology / connectivity 9
Value for Money 9


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2022 Subaru BRZ Coupe S

More Subaru BRZ Thoughts

Our editor Rob Fraser gave a comprehensive review at launch of the BRZ and they can be found HERE

Other than that my thoughts are as follows.

  • Everything about the BRZ is that cool blend of old school and modern.
  • The new model is improved in so many little ways over the last model and that was good as well.
  • BRZ Coupe styling is very appealing
  • The revised layout inside is also a substantial upgrade.
  • There’s more room inside but still tight for taller or larger occupants.
  • Two rear seats are useless, and even difficult to drop soft bags in there and get them out.
  • You need a lot of room for the doors to open in car parks
  • I’m glad the BRZ has a full size spare but it kills boot space.
  • Soft bags are the go for trips
  • It would be so much more practical if it was a lift back design like the Stinger.
  • You need the automatic version for all the safety features.
  • BRZ is really fun to drive!
  • 8.7/10
    Overall Rating - 8.7/10


Subaru BRZ – In a world that seems to be all about SUVs it’s sometimes nice to drive a sports coupe. Last week we drove the Subaru BRZ.

The most important thing to note is just how much fun the BRZ is to drive.

BRZ is priced from $38,990 plus the usual costs.

About Brianna Fraser 34 Articles
Brianna has been driving a different car every week since she got her learners permit. Now writing and doing videos for us she is also qualified in the Hospitality, Beauty and Child Care industries but still finds time to be our resident gourmet chef. She provides the most magnificent meals when the mood takes her. Her camp oven damper made at Ute weekends and camping trips has to be tasted to be believed. In addition to that, she has a particular affinity with off road driving and has been driving since she was 9 years on the same farm as Rob learned to drive on. Unusually for one so young she is exceptionally competent with off road driving, keeping up with drivers that many more years experience. Brianna is currently compiling her own bush cook book along with her other business interests.