2016 Scion FR-S
33,520 Miles
$18,995

Irving, TX
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2013 Scion FR-S
45,625 Miles
$16,299

San Diego, CA
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2016 Scion FR-S
16,310 Miles
$19,483

Waldorf, MD
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2014 Scion FR-S
30,968 Miles
$16,966

Ellisville, MO
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2016 Scion FR-S
35,466 Miles
$18,787

Saint Joseph, MO
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2013 Scion FR-S
66,230 Miles
$14,988

Carson City, NV
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2013 Scion FR-S
93,413 Miles
$11,987

Plainfield, IN
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2016 Scion FR-S
51,792 Miles
$16,995

Riverside, CA
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2015 Scion FR-S
9,599 Miles
$18,881

Boise, ID
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2013 Scion FR-S
42,978 Miles
$15,995

Downers Grove, IL
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2016 Scion FR-S
28,964 Miles
$18,895

Downers Grove, IL
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2013 Scion FR-S
24,410 Miles
$15,950

Grand Junction, CO
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2013 Scion FR-S
36,985 Miles
$15,000

Janesville, WI
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2014 Scion FR-S
36,399 Miles
$14,993

Everett, WA
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2016 Scion FR-S
27,373 Miles
$18,485

Avenel, NJ
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2013 Scion FR-S
83,747 Miles
$12,990

Portland, OR
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2014 Scion FR-S
63,560 Miles
$15,495

Conshohocken, PA
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2015 Scion FR-S
10,557 Miles
$18,879

Sinking Spring, PA
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2014 Scion FR-S
33,794 Miles
$15,477

Avenel, NJ
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2013 Scion FR-S
11,387 Miles
$18,576

Colorado Springs, CO
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Scion FR-S Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
11 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.9
Reliability
4.5

Scion FR-S Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2015 Scion FR-S - More Car Than You're Being Charged For

AB
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
Ever since Scion announced the FR-S, I had been chomping at the bit to get one. It was beautiful. When I finally got my hands on one, I was ecstatic. Since then, not a single day has gone by where I don't look at the car and think that it's stunning. Firstly, the car is beautiful. It has an incredibly sleek body, nice lines and great stock wheels. The interior is done well - it doesn't look or feel cheap and there's a nice balance of materials like leather and accent work so it's not like driving a car full of plastic. Then there's driving it. The FR-S is an absolute cornering machine. Taking it through turns a little faster than you think you should will always leave you with a giant smile on your face. The car is built to perform, and it does so beautifully, but it also has a great... (more)
Story
We have a great race track here in southwestern Pennsylvania. Every now and then they do events where you can bring your car to the track and get some laps in. My first few laps I kept all the driver aids (traction control, stability control) on, but once I built up the courage to turn them off, the car really shined. I was getting the car sideways through turns. It really is a dream to do - y... (more)
Pros
The appearance is absolutely staggering. Everywhere I go, people stop me to tell me how nice my car is. People think it's much more expensive than it is. It is the absolute embodiment of a sports car. The sport-tuned suspension is a dream. Bumps in the road aren't as earth shattering as they are in other, similar sports cars, but you also feel the road as you drive. Taking it through turns at speed is great - the car responds with absolute zip, and if you turn off the traction control and mash down the gas, you get the back end whipping around in some fantastic slides. The car is built to... (more)
Cons
The back seats are absolutely worthless. I'm 5'8" and my drivers' seat touches the rear seat. No way could an actual human being sit back there. The engine is a little underpowered - I know the point of the car isn't to be a drag monster, but fitting a slightly beefier engine like the 2.2 Or 2.5 Liter boxer engines would be a great improvement.

2013 Scion FR-S - Versatile Drivers Car

RJ
Houston, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
Every time I sit into the driver's seat and start the Scion FR-S it feels like the first time I drove it. I currently have almost 50,000 miles on the vehicle. I have encountered no mechanical problems and the vehicle has shown its build quality through my travels across the United States. The Subaru-Toyota partnership that came together to build the car has done a great job. At 200 HP, many claim that the car is under powered. I personally feel that when considering the low weight of the vehicle compared to the power that it responds well and it is fun to drive. It has performed well on city streets, interstates, and dirt roads in rural America. On all of these different type of roads I was able to drive aggressively and take corners at high speeds while feeling that I was to... (more)
Story
The Scion FR-S has been a great car for me and my wife. When we first started dating we went to the Beach in the FR-S. The car drove surprising well in the sand. Although it was not planned, I backed the car up to the water and we sat in the trunk and looked out at the sea. We were able to share quality time together listening to music and using the car as a temporary place to lay down and... (more)
Pros
The Scion FR-S accomplishes its mission to be a pure driving car. It minimizes luxuries and extra accessories to achieve its low curb weight and excellent maneuverability. The most attractive, positive characteristic of the FR-S is that it was built to be easy to adapt to the owner's desires and uses. I added a subwoofer to increase entertainment value and the driving experience. However, if I valued performance I could have added an exhaust system, cold air intake, or supercharger. This would allow me to have fun at the race track in addition to the street. Furthermore, many peopl... (more)
Cons
The only negative comment about the Scion FR-S would be the lack of backseat legroom. Otherwise, I have no complaints about the quality or performance of the car.

2015 Scion FR-S - The funniest car for the price.

FR-S Owner
Jacksonville, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I had high expectations for the scion FR-S. Review after review claimed that it was an amazing and fun car to drive. The suspension was compared to the Porsche 911. Although the engine speed was lacking, everyone said the car was well worth it. Well I am pleased to announce that all the reviews were right. This is by far the funniest car I've ever driven. I've driven faster cars, but none had the fun and exhilaration of the scion FR-S.
Story
My most memorable story is pulling into a gas station and a group of girls hitting on me by telling me how hot my car looked.
Pros
The top positive things about this car for me are both on the inside and the outside. The steering and handling of this car is second to none. It makes the driver feel as though they are part of the road. The car is absolutely gorgeous. It is by far the most beautiful car under 60 grand. A few tweaks and it looks better than anything else on the road.
Cons
The most negative thing about the car is that the speed just isn't there. You can put your foot all the way down on the gas and not really even notice. This car should have been supercharged to really give it an engine that matches the aesthetics of the car. Owners that have supercharged their car say that it feels like a totally new car. Also, the tires aren't the best. They lack grip. Upgrading the tires adds a whole new feel to the car.

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