At a Glance
|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.
Scion today announced full details for its 2013 FR-S compact rear-wheel drive sports car. The high-performance coupe is the fifth model to join the Scion family and will go on sale in June. "The FR-S will definitely be Scion's halo car," said Scion Vice President Jack Hollis. "While the brand has been iconic with the xB, adrenalized by the tC, and groundbreaking with the new iQ, the addition of the FR-S expands the brand into a...Read.
|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|