The Top 10 Fastest-Selling Used Sports Cars
Everybody can remember that one car that got away. For some, it was a mint Ford Mustang, and for others, a rusted Isuzu Impulse—but the common thread is that someone else got to it first.
The Subaru BRZ was co-developed with Toyota, which first sold it as the Scion FR-S before dumping that brand entirely and calling it the Toyota 86. Regardless of the badge on the nose, the car is a tribute to the final generation of the rear-wheel-drive Toyota Corolla, which has since become a cult classic because of its minimal curb weight and sharp handling. The BRZ replicates those strengths with its low-mounted Subaru Boxer engine, and a standard limited-slip differential on manual transmission models. As one of the easiest cars to control mid-slide on the market today, as well as arguably the most modifiable, the BRZ is destined to be a classic—whether or not you think it has enough power. Used car hunters agree, pushing it to third place here.
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