MSRP: From $33,495
Horsepower: 205 hp
Wheel size: 18″ diameter, 7.5″ width
Engine: 2.0 L 4-cylinder
Curb weight: 2,798 lbs
MPG: 21 city / 29 highway
Torque: 156 lb-ft

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    • Simon George
      Simon George

      People who say this car is not quick enough are really missing the point. I believe this car is a very good long distance cruiser as well.

      about 1 day ago
    • GF Gustavo
      GF Gustavo


      about 5 days ago
    • Rendy Aprin Nugraha
      Rendy Aprin Nugraha

      Stock Exhaust?

      about 10 days ago
    • Gpicman

      Third gear pulls are the best pulls

      about 11 days ago
    • ShotsFired andMissed
      ShotsFired andMissed

      1:15, STOP STOP STOP!

      about 11 days ago
    • R C
      R C

      2:15 looks like it tried to buckle you off the saddle

      about 12 days ago
    • land451

      Explorer girl driving...

      about 14 days ago
    • AT - 08TL - Great Lakes PS (1476)
      AT - 08TL - Great Lakes PS (1476)

      2:16 the car kinda drifted

      about 19 days ago
    • Dehzo

      best color combo for the brz. white with blacked out rims looks dirty

      about 1 month ago
    • Daniel Masterson
      Daniel Masterson

      no fog light no buy! haha for reals though I love the look of fog lights and really wish they would have kept it for the tS which is why I went for the limited trim instead.

      about 2 months ago
    • Brett McMillen
      Brett McMillen

      That was just exciting watching, I can only imagine how fun it must have been to drive.

      about 3 months ago
    • Stephanie Favela
      Stephanie Favela

      it’s not supposed to be a fast car. It’s a driver’s car. The handling, the loud engine, and the response time. If you want a fast car go for the wrx.

      about 3 months ago
    • stringsnare
      stringsnare In reply to Stephanie Favela

      Hey there babe

      about 2 months ago
    • PR1NCETD0T

      Bruh, there aren't many corners on the road that you can take at a good speed.. unless you live in the desert, canyons, rural areas, or if you track regularly, you aren't going to be cornering sht, and even then there are other cars with more power that can keep up with it in the corners as well. Name a few; 350z, 370z, Civic Type R, GTI, Golf R, Focus RS, Focus ST, Mazdaspeed 3, s2000 etc.. all these cars can easily keep up with the 86 in corners, maybe not take it as well, but they can keep up and they have more power.

      about 4 months ago
    • croaton07

      Really nice looking car. Just doesn't have the power I was looking for. I can respect someone that has one though, they are nice cars.

      about 4 months ago
    • Thomas Baratheon
      Thomas Baratheon


      about 4 months ago
    • SpikenMike

      I went and test drove a 2019 brz ts last friday the 19th and i'm so disappointing. I daily a 2006 wrx with full bolt on. A CAI with all cats removed with a spt exhaust and just an AP tune on 93 with some strut bars front and back. It wouldn't out perform it at all on a track. don't get me wrong The car is fuckin' sexy. But for the price i would rather go get a mustang gt or a 370z. Shit even another 05-06 sti. Shits nice. For a daily driver. Imagine getting walked by a toyota corolla lmao. nty

      about 4 months ago
    • Ben Hayat
      Ben Hayat

      Which is a better buy, the BRZ or GT86? Similar price.
      Is this getting a more powerful engine with next gen for 2021?

      about 4 months ago
    • Scotty Lozano
      Scotty Lozano In reply to Ben Hayat

      Depending on where you live, if you live in us we don't get the 86, but the BRZ and FRS, if you want a car that has comfy suspension and a nice interior the BRZ is the way to go. But if you want a funner car to drive its the FRS, i think the 86 is the same as FRS

      about 4 months ago
    • Cruse Alexander
      Cruse Alexander

      2:05 😂😂😂

      about 5 months ago
    • PnTNecrosis

      Saturn Sky wannabe. Slow, can't corner due to having Prius tires. I guess it's fun to drift, that's about it.

      about 5 months ago
    • Yuri B
      Yuri B In reply to PnTNecrosis

      @PnTNecrosis Likewise. I respect your opinion of the Saturn fully. I just spent Saturday at Sebring so I guess I'm still a little excited :)

      about 2 months ago
    • PnTNecrosis
      PnTNecrosis In reply to PnTNecrosis

      @Yuri B In that case, you enjoy too. Can't hate on someone who actually drives. Only the (supposed) wannabes. Drive what makes you happy. I'll never think the BRZ has anything on the sky, but that's my opinion and limited experience with one driver. Cheers.

      about 2 months ago
    • Yuri B
      Yuri B In reply to PnTNecrosis

      @PnTNecrosis My current track car is a '17 BRZ. Not actually a great drift car. Does corner extremely well on stock tires and is downright impressive on track tires. Plus it has a back seat (tools and helmets). And a roof. And actually looks good. Maybe the wannabe comment got my attention a little, but I am pretty sure no one thought about Saturn during the design or execution of the 86 twins. Enjoy your car.

      about 2 months ago
    • PnTNecrosis
      PnTNecrosis In reply to PnTNecrosis

      @Yuri B I have had an '08 Redline for ten years now and very frequently run mountain roads with a group of gearhead friends. One of which has your beloved BRZ. They look nice and sound nice with a catback exhaust, but still can't compare to the sky in looks, sound or most importantly, performance. I'm assuming you're the one who wants one but can't afford it so you think it's superior.

      about 2 months ago
    • Yuri B
      Yuri B In reply to PnTNecrosis

      @PnTNecrosis ​ PnTNecrosis you really want me to go into how little sense the old Saturn comparison makes and what the actual driving dynamics of the BRZ are with the "Prius tires"? LOL Suggestive comments can carry as much meaning as if I wrote it all out for you word for word, if you are able to comprehend them. And you still have not disputed my guess that you have never driven one of these cars, and certainly not at speed. If you have, then I accept you are entitled to your opinion. If you have not, you are talking out of your posterior.

      about 2 months ago
    • Bryce Trombley
      Bryce Trombley

      I watch these videos to watch how this man rev matches and shifts. He makes it look like butter.

      about 5 months ago
    • HaKeng

      this car is so good for the price, 2nd hand you can get it for £12,000 and buy a supercharger and get 300+ horsepower

      about 5 months ago
    • LuminousAnimation

      Does any one know the part number for that head unit??? The one in my 2019 model sucks....

      about 5 months ago
    • lul k
      lul k

      beautiful car, but slow as shit

      about 5 months ago
    • Mr. NPC
      Mr. NPC

      I have a 2019 86 as my first manual. Is it a good idea to rev all the way up to 7,000rpm? I usually stay around 3,000 - 4,000rpm cuz
      I don't wanna hurt my engine. What should I be aware of beforehand? Should I use a thicker oil or something?

      about 5 months ago
    • Yuri B
      Yuri B In reply to Mr. NPC

      Redline is 7,400. Shifting at 7k is safe for the motor (synchros don’t like it much though)

      about 2 months ago
    • zoe sympathiser
      zoe sympathiser In reply to Mr. NPC

      Just make sure your temperature gauge is in the middle, and don't hold it at redline for a long time (like leaving it bouncing off the rev limiter for ages). Don't drive it hard when it's cold and you'll be fine.

      about 5 months ago
    • TheChosenOne

      nice bro, im gonna buy this soon

      about 6 months ago
    • Diego Cash
      Diego Cash

      That price is way too high. Would rather buy an evo or 370z with 33k. If these engine at least were strong enough to hold big boost kits id be happy. But the price is wrong for our cars

      about 6 months ago
    • WexHex

      Such a beautiful car. This video is therapeutic for me.

      about 6 months ago
    • Racing&Cars-MIKE

      Where did u mount the gopro?

      about 6 months ago
    • Nick Wyllie
      Nick Wyllie

      People who have a BRZ talk about not being able to use power due to speed limits... then go on to say this car is good for drifting and cornering hard at high RPM, hypocrites. And how many of you ACTUALLY take your car to a track? I am going to guess not many. And if you use your BRZ as just a track car, then you clearly have enough money to buy something better than a BRZ

      about 6 months ago

      You crashed the car by hiting it by the wall

      about 7 months ago