2013Scion FR-S

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#1: Spencer Johnson's 2013 Scion FR-S

  So, this cars story with me starts when I first picked it up from a used luxury car dealership in the bay area. I picked it up for $19,990 with 25,250...

#2: Arturo Rodriguez's 2013 Scion FR-S

I Purchased this 10 Series Scion FR-S in October of 2013, after having previously owned a A/T FR-S for a year I wanted to get into the MT. This car is...

#3: Jon Dagata's 2013 Scion FR-S

Roxy's StoryWhen I first saw the 86, I fell in love. I knew it was going to be my next car. Doing some searching on the FT86Club.com "for sale"forum...

#4: Aaron Chambers's 2013 Scion FR-S

Well it's been a long, expensive and painful yet fulfilling journey. It all started with a test drive for free movie tickets lol. I originally wanted a...

#5: Jose Santos's 2013 Scion FR-S

I purchased my 10 Series FRS on July 21, 2013. I have since built my car not only for show but also with stand the abuse of occasional track days. My car...

#6: RallySport Direct's 2013 Scion FR-S

This car is our dream car. It's the car everyone here wants to drive anytime we cruise to a meet or go grab media, it's loud, it's quick and it is simply...

#7: David Mazary's 2013 Scion FR-S

I do lots of track days and autocrossing and this is my daily driver.

#8: Gabriel Urtiaga's 2013 Scion FR-S

Instagram : FRSLOOWHello the name is Gabe. I purchased this car stock about a year and a half ago. I come from a long history of hondas in the past in...

#9: Stephen Weiss's 2013 Scion FR-S

I bought this car after my first deployment. I've been adding to it slowly while doing auto cross's. Fast forward to now and I'm almost done with my...

#10: Douglas Koeller's 2013 Scion FR-S

I purchased the blue devil in July 2013 from a coworker. I originally planned to keep it stock and use it as a weekend fun car/canyon carver, but then...

About the 2013 Scion FR-S

The product of the creative forces behind Toyota and Subaru, the Scion’s mission is to bring a cost-effective and enjoyable sports coupe to the market. Overseas, the Scion FR-S is known as the Toyota 86 and GT86. A sightly more luxury version is seen in America under the label of Subaru BRZ. But the 2013 Scion FR-S is known primarily for one thing - its ability to give sports car fans everything they want in a car, but for a cost that reflects value over luxury. What are the essentials to a sports car? Style, performance, and balanced handling. The 2013 Scion FR-S has them all. Despite its Scion identity, the 2013 FR-S is something for Toyota to truly be proud of. Its design and performance follow in the footsteps of their legendary Toyota AE86 and 2000GT. It’s apparent that the Scion FR-S is focused on enhancing the driving experience, because everything about this car makes you want to drive it again and again. As soon as your hands touch the wheel and your foot finds the pedal, you will be impressed with the incredible responsiveness. Even slight adjustments with the throttle are taken into account in the FR-S’s handling capabilities. A great entry into the world of sports cars, the FR-S accommodates a wide-range of driver skills, allowing everyone who gets behind the wheel an opportunity to understand the difference between a car and a performance-based sports car. Drivers with less experience will be pleased to not suffer major repercussions as they explore the handling limits. While more experienced drivers will delight in the high-speed handling capabilities. Some of the most exciting features of the 2013 FR-S are the incredibly balanced handling, the responsive brake system, and, maybe most importantly, the blazing-fast acceleration. This Scion thinks aggressively, but can handle driving respectably in town, providing drivers with a ride that is best described as firm, though not in any way unenjoyable. Stepping inside the Scion FR-S you will discover that the cabin is comfortable, bordering cozy. While the front seats offer an enjoyable seat for the ride, the seats in the rear leave very little room for passengers, making them wonder what happened to things like headroom and legroom. Forewarning: only put people in the back of this car if you must. Rather than compacting your passengers down to nothing in the rear seat, take advantage of their ability to flip down, providing you with ample trunk space to fit plenty of cargo (cargo that won’t complain about headspace). All of that being said, the interior of the Scion FR-S is smart. The design is attractive and lightyears ahead of past Scion models. Some drivers express their disillusionment with the audio system, citing that it is confusing and hard to navigate, but we found that after a bit exploring you get accustomed rather quickly. If you’ve been perusing pictures of the car online, be warned that in person it is smaller than it appears, measuring well over a foot shorter than other coupes in its class. But it might just be this small size that allows the Scion FR-S to be visually pleasing, coming across as sleek and sporty - something that commands attention without appearing excessive in any respect. From the outside, the only thing different from its nearly twin, the Subaru BRZ, is the slightly modified fascia on the front and the deco on the fender. Several desirable features come standard in the 2013 FR-S, including cruise control, 17” alloy wheels, 8-speaker system with Bluetooth, USB inputs, and power windows, mirrors, and locks. Safety features include the addition of Smart Stop, a way for the engine to lose power if the brake and throttle are applied simultaneously, six airbags, and a stability and traction control system. Options for the 2013 FR-S are somewhat limited, with the factory only taking care of transmission choices (manual or automatic) and the exterior color. Dealers can install things like spoilers, larger wheels, and a body kit to up the sporty oomph of this nicely designed, fun-to-drive car.

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