2013 Scion FR-S Top Comparisons

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2013 Scion FR-SReview
Guru998WSX writes:
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This car is very nice. I dont feel that the car is Missing anything.

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Santiv26 writes:
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The Scion FR-S is the perfect car for every car enthusiast, the car handles so well, and you can modify the car the way you want

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MecJ writes:
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Great looks and cheap feel but price is cheap and lacks power to save gas. was told bu sales person it is a cheap version of BRZ.

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jl2764 writes:
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Price was marked up with insane amount of fees

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2013 Scion FR-S BaseReview
Michael writes:
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Fun Car And Great For The Price — Great looks, Very fun to drive, great handling, very low cg, great car for the money, not a family car though... it's an entry level sports coupe and well designed for it's purpose. Great project car. Lots of power for a 2.0 Liter

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Very fun to drive, great handling, very low cg, great car for the money

Cons: No leg room in the back, awkward to get into from the low height

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2013 Scion FR-S BaseReview
lakegirl210 writes:
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Must Have! — This car is so fun to drive. It is great on gas mileage. The standard transmission makes it more fun. Anyone who loves sports car should give the FRS a try. It is definitely exciting to drive and a eye catcher.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: This is a beautiful car.  It is very fast and is fun to drive.

Cons: Not a family car.

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hessere writes:
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Great Car — Great car. I use it as a summertime daily driver. I have done light track use with it as well. The car is loads of fun if you enjoy driving. Allows you to truly drive, every imput is transferred to the road. I average 32 MPG with the manual and I don't baby it at all. The back seats are more of a decoration but I don't need them so that doesn't bother me. Comfortable on city, rural roads or interstate. Very happy with it.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Fun factor, handling, MPGs

Cons: storage

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R2d2miranda writes:
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Great Car — I love it.looks great better in person than in Pictures,the motor is small but if you drive It hard feels good and the handling is awesome. The only things I'd change are to ad more Power to the motor and more luxurious Interior.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Fun car,feels good,good top speed,great
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Cons: Slow acceleration,2 seater.

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Fun At First, Not Good For The Long Term — The Car isn't practical for everyday use, for highway or long trips. It is a good city car but is also very small and gets over taken by bigger traffic. I would go for a bigger car that has the horsepower to compensate for heavier weight.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: handling is perfection, can even drift it without a problem.
power is very nice as well, tectronic shifting is fun.

Cons: loud cabin, stiff suspension feels the road, small interior takes a toll on the driver

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2013 Scion FR-S BaseReview
Tyler writes:
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Awsome — Handling-I've taken 45mph turns at 95mph without kicking out the rear Fun Factor- All you'll want to do when you buy it is drive Comes in automatic and manual Appearance- Very streamline and the curves give it a beautiful look

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: The rear wheel drive is great for drifting

Cons: There are a lot of blind spots

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