New Subaru BRz with no brakes (and no suspension) are a new thing in 2017, but they’ve been available for a while.

For those of you unfamiliar with the BRZ, it’s a car that uses the same chassis and engine as the Subaru Impreza, but with less power.

And with a limited amount of space on the backseat, it looks pretty nice.

It has a limited-slip differential, and an optional six-speed automatic.

The manual is nice and easy to use.

It’s available in two versions, which come with a 3.6-liter V6 and 6-speed manual.

We’ll get into the differences between the manual and automatic versions below, but the manual is what you want for the most part.

We also have a separate section for the manual’s interior, which is the same as the manual, but without the instrument cluster.

There are no power windows and the seats are just a bit lower, which we find to be a bit of a downside.

We liked the manual version for the main reason that it comes with a manual transmission.

You can either choose the manual transmission (which will be our choice here), or you can choose the six-wheel-drive manual.

Both options have the same powertrain, and both come with six-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheels.

The automatic transmission has an automatic climate control, but not as good as the 6-spoked option.

There’s also a six-speaker sound system and rear parking sensors.

The car has a very nice exterior, which features a few touches that make it feel more Subaru than Subaru.

The wheels and windows are nice, but it doesn’t have a lot of interior space, so the exterior gets a bit cluttered.

And the shifter isn’t the best for this car, because it’s too easy to get stuck in the “right” gear.

It would be nice if there was more interior space available in the back.

The interior feels like it was designed by someone who wanted a Subaru.

That’s the only good thing about the interior, though.

There is an 18-inch touchscreen on the center console that you can swipe up to access navigation and the phone app.

We prefer this interface, because we’re a touchscreen user, and it lets us navigate the car without having to move our hands around.

In fact, it makes navigation a lot easier, since it’s all in the palm of our hands.

In the dashboard, there are a few things you’ll notice about this car.

The center console is a bit big, and the shifters and paddles are not exactly intuitive.

However, that’s not the worst of it.

It just feels like there’s too much space in the center of the dash, so we’d like to see a smaller console and paddle shifters, as well as a better shifter lever.

On the right side of the dashboard is the sunroof.

It works as expected, and has a sunroofer that sits directly under the driver’s seat.

The sunroamp is an odd choice for the BRz, since the BRs are all about sunroaring.

It might look cool in some places, but we find that it makes it difficult to see in other areas.

And it’s very distracting.

We think it makes the car a little less appealing in our eyes, but if you’re a car lover who wants the best sunrooming, this is a good option.

The steering wheel is comfortable and intuitive, but feels like the same piece of hardware from an old Toyota.

There isn’t much to say about the center-mounted infotainment system, because the car itself is really a lot like the rest of the BR lineup.

The infotouch is an option, but you’ll need to get one of the other infotowers in your area to have access to it.

There aren’t any navigation or audio systems, but there are some other small things.

Like a rear-view camera, or a new infotronic system.

There also aren’t many extras on the dashboard.

In our opinion, the infotruck looks like the kind of thing you’d find in a Subaru, but is very expensive.

There was also a rear camera mounted on the driver side that was a bit small, and wasn’t used very often.

There were a few small bumpers on the front and back of the car, which look nice, and a couple of additional small taillights.


We’d like more.

There weren’t many options for the rear seats.

We could see this being a good thing, but as we mentioned earlier, the front seats are pretty cramped.

We found ourselves wanting to use the rear-seat passenger seat instead.

We like the car for its interior, but a front passenger seat is pretty much an afterthought.

The rear seats aren’t as well-constructed as the front ones, but overall they feel nice