2013 Scion F-RS: An Affordable, Passionate Sports Car

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  • Highlights: Subaru offers a version of the F-RS. FR-S stands for front engine, rear-wheel drive and sport.

    Test vehicle’s MSRP: $26,055

    Seating Capacity:  2+2

    Standard Safety Features: airbags (front and side); ABS; electronic brake distribution; Traction Control; a vehicle stability control system; daytime running lights; a tire pressure monitoring system

    Standard Equipment: 17-inch wheels; manual operated seats; cloth seats; manual controlled a/c; aluminum sport pedals and scuff plates; tilt and telescopic steering wheel; keyless remote for the doors and trunk; chrome-tipped dual exhaust; power windows; power door locks; and cruise control

    Standard Audio: 8-speaker, 160-watt Pioneer AM/FM/CD/HD

    Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty:  3 years or 36,000 miles

    Powertrain Warranty:  5 years or 60,000 miles

    iPod Connectivity: Yes

    Bluetooth Connectivity: Yes

    Standard Engine/Horsepower: 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder/200-hp

    Recommended Fuel: Premium

    Standard Fuel Mileage: 25-city/34-hwy

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    One thought on “2013 Scion F-RS: An Affordable, Passionate Sports Car

    1. Wow>>!! I love this car At about 26 grand,this is a really great choice if you intend to get a sports car. The car has got a nice slick look and the specifications are quite good as well. The car gives a pretty decent economy too and most of the other specifications are quite standard from my point of view. It is indeed a great option if you are into sports car on a smaller budget.

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