The 12 Car Models People Are Most Likely To Speed In
The second of three Subarus in the table, the BRZ ticks all the right boxes for a small, affordable sports car. It’s far from the most powerful model in its segment, but its excellent handling, sharp styling, and large aftermarket make it appealing to a wide range of enthusiasts. That includes plenty of speeders, as data from 2021 revealed that 16.21% of owners had previous fines. Equally ticket-happy were owners of the BRZ’s badge-engineered sibling, the Scion FR-S, 16.01% of whom had previous offenses on record.
The second generation of the BRZ went on sale for the 2022 model year, with a larger 2.4L engine, an optional six-speed manual, and a starting price of less than $30,000. It also comes with a programmable meter that can display coolant temperatures, amps, or lateral-G forces. This, alongside the added power, should make it more track-friendly than ever. Let’s hope that the new generation’s owners test their car’s limits on the track rather than on the road. Then, maybe they’d get fewer tickets.