2016 Scion FR-S
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2016 Scion Fr-s Base
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2016 Scion FR-S

  • Make: Scion
  • Model: Fr-s Base
  • Year: 2016
  • Mileage: 18,300 km
  • Transmission: automatic
  • Drive Type: rwd
  • Doors: 2
  • Engine: 4 cylinders
  • Fuel Type: unleaded
  • Stock no.: BP468810

Rare model with only 1000 made like this! Zero accidents, low mileage and in pristine condition., This sporty coupe is equipped with heated seats, air conditioning, dual zone climate control, bluetooth, Pioneer speakers and head unit, alcantara trims and more! , TOTAL PRICE INCLUDING DOC FEES IS $26,495 PLUS TAXES.

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$25,900

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The Scion FR-S Will Keep It's Top On

Only moments after it's debut at the 2011 Tokyo Auto Show alongside the Subaru BRZ, the Scion FR-S / Toyota GT86 (as it is sold in Japan) immediately aroused lust. However, someone in the crowd asked "Will there be a version that could stand it's ground against the Mazda Miata?" Later at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Toyota introduced the FT-86 Open Concept, foreshadowing Toyota's answer in the affirmative. Apparently, this is not the case though. Toyota and Scion have abandoned their plans for a convertible version because the development and assembly of this beautiful car would increase the price to a prohibitive level. The car would be too expensive to compete with the Mazda Miata. In addition, it would be launched in 2015, at the same time as when the fourth generation of the Miata will be unveiled, along with the Alfa Romeo Duetto.
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Scion iM Concept

Scion, a division of Toyota, is hoping to regain momentum in North America as they prepare to introduce their iM concept at Los Angeles Auto Show this month. The iM, is a hatchback designed to appeal to younger, adventurous drivers. "The tastes of today's younger buyers have evolved," Doug Murtha, Scion vice president, said in a statement. "They want a car that provides excitement and individuality, as well as the comfort, technology and reliability that Scion offers." He added: "The iM Concept combines sleek styling with the versatility of a modern hatchback to catch the eye of Scion customers," and that we should "stay tuned for more on how we will bring this vision to the road."Scion describes the concept's looks as having "sleek styling with the versatility of a modern hatchback" and was designed "to catch the eye of Scion customers."
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Scion Racing Contingency Program Continues

Scion Racing, Toyota's young brand division, says that they will renew this year's financial support program for those who want to race their car. In it's first year of operation, this program has been very successful. This year, Scion is bring about some positive changes for all participants. In addition to providing scholarships for those with good results, Scion is adding additional rewards for those with consistent participation. "The Scion Racing Contingency Program has only been in existence for two years, but we have already made a major contribution to grassroots motorsports in Canada," said Cyril Dimitris, Director of Scion Canada. "We look forward to continuing the momentum in 2014 for this exceptional program. As part of its evolution, we’re pleased to announce changes to the payout ratio to better reward racers who demonstrate a higher level of participation."
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