17: Subaru BRZ
The BRZ was a departure for Subaru. It has the bones of a Toyota, which, for the most part, is a good thing. The BRZ had a couple of shortcomings though. Its styling is almost identical to its Toyota counterpart. So if you wanted something unique, you aren’t going to get it with this.
Secondly, the BRZ is AWD instead of RWD, so there’s that to consider as well. You also don’t get a lot of the Toyota prestige. Either way, the BRZ is a big departure from Subaru’s last attempt at a sports car. The mainstream styling and stellar warranty are two positives if you can look past the few negatives this car has.