|Pricing||$24,200 - $28,675|
|Fuel Economy||22-25 (city), 30-34 (highway)|
The Scion FR-S is a small rear-wheel-drive sports car which was jointly developed between Toyota and Subaru. Variants are sold as the Subaru BRZ in the US and the Toyota GT86 in other markets. The FR-S is a small coupe with seating for four passengers. Power is provided by a 2.0l horizontally opposed or boxer engine. All models are rear-wheel-drive for performance reasons, which makes the BRZ unique in Scion's front-wheel-drive lineup. The closest competitive vehicle is the Nissan 370Z which is similar in size, but has a more powerful V6 engine and a significantly higher price tag.
The FR-S is a new rear-wheel-drive sports car. Jointly developed with Subaru, Toyota is marketing their version as the Scion FR-S in the US market. A 2.0l boxer engine rated at 200-bhp is mated to either a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission. The low-slung coupe styling has 2+2 seating for four passengers.
|FR-S||2.0l H4 (200-bhp)||M6||RWD||22/30/26||$24,200|
|FR-S||2.0l H4 (200-bhp)||A6||RWD||25/34/29||$25,300|
|FR-S 10 Series||2.0l H4 (200-bhp)||M6||RWD||22/30/26||$27,425|
|FR-S 10 Series||2.0l H4 (200-bhp)||A6||RWD||25/34/29||$28,675|