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2013 Scion FR-S Long-Term Test by Motor Trend

After all these reviews over the Scion FR-S (Toyota GT 86), there are two large groups of people - the ones who love and the ones who hate it. There is no way in between.
2013 Scion FR-S 1 photo
Photo: Motor Trend
Those in the hating area are usually the ones addicted to raw power instead of overall feel of a car and for some reasons we totally understand and invite them to spend more cash on whatever they want.

For those in looking for a function daily car that will also offer solid fun on the twisting roads of the concrete jungle’s outskirts, the Scion FR-S is available for them for only $25,255. For the amount of money, you get a 200 hp 2-liter 4-cylinder boxer engine, a six-speed manual, rear-wheel-drive and standard features like air conditioning, power windows, remote keyless entry, leather-trimmed steering wheel, cruise control, bucket seats, aluminum scuff plates, folding rear seats and contrasting red stitching.

The guys over at Motor Trend got to test the 2013 Scion FR-S for some months now and they came to the loving conclusion too. However, they thought adding some TRD goodies, like a cold air intake and a cat back exhaust.

Go read their full testing and Motor Trend's opinions here.
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