Editors’ Picks: Top Cars We Drove in 2021

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2022 Subaru BRZ
The new chassis of the 2022 BRZ is 50 percent more rigid than the previous model, and the center of gravity is actually lower as well, offering a nearly perfect front-to-rear weight distribution. The new vehicle stability control systems has five settings, and it can even be turned off completely to give the driver full control. Inside, the 2022 Subaru BRZ focuses on the driver with new customizable 7-inch digital dashboard. The new BRZ stays true to the original but the additional horsepower is welcome, and the additional torque is particularly noticeable in the mid-rpm range. On rough back roads in New York and Connecticut en route to Lime Rock Park the ride read a little firm, although a fair trade-off for the control and precision experienced on track. Balanced and responsive, the BRZ is a car that any driving enthusiast would enjoy. Overall the BRZ feels well balanced, particularly in transitions from side-to-side between corners, and the car remains incredibly stable under hard braking.

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