When I bought this car I thought I was making a sacrifice. I loved the body style but everyone talked about how slow the car was. Maybe I got a good one but this car is everything but slow. With that said it isn't the fastest car around but dollar for dollar this car will stand up to the best.
This car hangs with my wife's VW GTI. That's right a car that has 100 more HP than the FR-S but these things are so dang light. I do have to say i got a re-tune the week after I got the car. That got rid to the dreaded power curve dip at 3500rpm. Running on high-grade gas the thing is a blast to drive. handeling is the best if been in. Even compared to BMW and Corvette. It's just more fun to drive.
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2014 Scion FR-SJohn - Charlotte, NC07/31/2014
This car is awesome, but if you buy it you have to understand what you're getting. The FR-S is a quick, nimble, corner car. It's not something you're going to drag race a Mustang in, if you're planning to win at least. It's very fun to drive, gets good gas mileage, and if you get the six-speed, you'll be happy as a clam. The price is right, and the performance is there if you want to do work on it.
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Published on Friday, March 31, 2017
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