One of the complaints that the Subaru BRZ customers had with the 2016 model was the torque dip and while some reports claim that the issue has been fixed in the 2017 model, some users are still reporting that the torque dip can still be felt and that that has ruined the fun for them.
The Subaru BRZ is all about the fun driving experience so we could see why the torque dip would cause so much frustration. While some owners have already revealed that there are solutions to the problem, the other owners are frustrated that Subaru decided to ignore the issue and only focus on other things that do not matter like the 5hp engine upgrade.
The 2017 Subaru BRZ will be coming in with a 2.0 liter flat four engine that will be mated to a six-speed manual transmission and will be delivering about 205hp. The engine will return about 21mpg in the city and 29mpg on the highway. The BRZ will only need 6.2 seconds to go from 0-60mph and has a top speed of 134mph.