Just 6,000 2013 Subaru BRZ’s Are Heading to the U.S.

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Interested in buying a 2013 Subaru BRZ? So are a lot of other people.

For those looking to buy what will undoubtedly be one of the best pure sports cars in recent years, will need to move fast. Very fast. According to a report from Car and Driver, only 6,000 Subaru BRZ coupes are slated for the U.S. market in 2013. Subaru has previously stated that their new rear-wheel-drive coupe would be built in "extremely limited quantities," but in order to make a good business case for the model, 6,000 is all they'll need to sell.

The Japanese automaker claimed that they needed to sell 5,000 to 7,000 units at a price of around $25k in order to guarantee a profit. For those interested, Subaru dealers are currently accepting pre-orders and deposits are supposedly fully refundable if anyone changes their mind (not sure why they would). The first customers can expect their BRZ to arrive sometime between this May and November. For those who don't get in line fast enough, they can always try their luck at their local Scion dealer as the FR-S will also arrive there shortly, but in larger numbers.

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