Subaru's sport coupe:
The carryover 2020 BRZ continues arriving at dealers nationwide. The lineup gains a new trim level called tS Special Edition, featuring a Ceramic White exterior, 18-inch matte bronze wheels, and aerodynamic styling elements. Production will be limited to 300 cars.
The BRZ is a slow seller, so don't expect a large selection. Pricing is generally favorable, and many dealers offer in-house discounts.
The next-generation BRZ is in development in collaboration with Toyota, which sells its own version of the car, the Toyota 86. There's no word yet on when the 2021 BRZ will hit the streets.
Current offers from Subaru vary by region and will remain in effect through March 2, 2020. Examples shown here are for California. Subaru doesn't usually run specials for Presidents' Day.
Check for discounting:
As usual, there is no factory cash program on the BRZ (or any other Subaru), but discounts will probably be available at the dealer level, so be sure to shop around.
Leasing looks the same:
In Los Angeles, the 2020 BRZ in top Limited trim starts at $399 for 36 months (12,000 miles a year) with $2,199 due at signing. This is identical to last month's offer. Expect to pay $10 to $20 more a month everywhere else in the country.
The effective monthly cost of this lease is $460, a poor value for this price class. Keep in mind that the BRZ doesn't lease as affordably as other Subaru models or the nearly identical Toyota 86.
Here's some better news: If you're currently leasing a Subaru model, your first payment will be complimentary, up to $500. This loyalty perk is available throughout the lineup.
Low rate from Subaru:
Promotional rates on the 2020 BRZ start at 2.9% for 48 months, which seems to be the new normal for this model.