It doesn't stand for anything. It's just a letter code made up by FCA. In the world of jeep fandom, they like their secret letter codes for some reason. They aren't nearly as bad as the porsche 911 crowd though.Thank You Scion, but what does it mean or stand for?
Do you mean Toyota/Subaru partnership.When I bought my 2015 BRZ new the Subaru salesman tried telling me it had a Porsche engine in it because there was a Porsche/Subaru partnership and that it had dual exhaust even though I could clearly see the one muffler mounted under the car... Then I brought it back for 6k service and sat there for four hours until the service manager came out and told me they hadn't been able to get off my locking lug nuts and would need to order some tool...the tool that came with the @$&! things was right under the cargo lid with the spare...
Do you mean Toyota/Subaru partnership.
The BRZ the sister car to the Scion FRS which is now a Toyota "86" GT86 here in the US
Since it's from Italy, how about Balocco Universale: All-purpose plaything (or toy). Disclaimer: I don't know Italian, that may be completely screwed up.The codes used to mean something. MA was the military version. CJ stood for Civilian Jeep. I guess they don't have the same purpose anymore, other than us knowing we drive a BU.