Red Brakes & Yellow Paint Define 2017 Subaru BRZ Series. Yellow
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Subaru isn’t averse to making flashy cars. That’s blindly clear with a single glance at the BRZ’s latest special edition, the Series.Yellow. It comes coated in Charlesite Yellow that’s set apart by black badging and that raised rear spoiler on the trunk. The bright yellow color continues inside, too, with yellow contrast stitching and yellow accents on the door pulls and seats. Even the BRZ logo embroidered into the Alcantara seatbacks are yellow. But yellow isn’t the only color making this BRZ special. Red brake calipers signify the upgraded Brembo brakes, part of the Performance Package that’s standard on the Series.Yellow. Upgraded dampers from Sachs further make a compelling argument for this special edition. Subaru is limiting production to 500 examples in the U.S.
This isn’t the first time Subaru has done a colorful special edition BRZ. Subaru launched the Series.Blue for 2015 and the even bluer Series.Hyberblue for 2016. We even drove the 2016 Series.Hyberblue and fell in love with its striking color. Fast-forward to 2017 and we find ourselves with its yellow successor parked in the driveway. According to the Monroney, our test car stickers for $30,515, including the $820 destination fee. That begs the question: is the Series.Yellow worth the extra $2,050 or will option for the $1,195 Performance Package be good enough?
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So, is the Series.Yellow worth the extra $855 over the standard 2017 BRZ Limited with the Performance Package? It all comes down to taste and exclusivity. Like yellow on your two-door coupes? This might be your car. Like having something that’s limited in quantity on a national level? Again, the Series.Yellow might be for you. Beyond the color and interior accents, the Series.Yellow is nothing more than a BRZ with the range-topping Limited trim and the optional Performance Package made standard. Still, it’s hard to argue against it – that is if you don’t mind the impossible-to-miss color.
Beyond the color and interior accents, the Series.Yellow is nothing more than a BRZ with the range-topping Limited trim and the optional Performance Package made standard
Stay tuned to TopSpeed as we bring more information and driving impressions from the 2017 Subaru BRZ Series.Yellow. In the mean time, let us know what you think about the Subi in the comments below.
Read our full review on the Subaru BRZ Series.Yellow Special Edition here.