Scion FR-S vs Subaru BRZ San Diego CA 92120
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Toyota San Diego of San Diego CA serving Kearny Mesa, Escondido, El Cajon, Carlsbad is one of the finest Toyota dealerships. ...

Toyota San Diego of San Diego CA serving Kearny Mesa, Escondido, El Cajon, Carlsbad is one of the finest Toyota dealerships.

5910 Mission Gorge Rd San Diego, CA 92120

Sales: 888-781-3388 ||Service: 877-854-7575

Website: www.toyotasandiego.com

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  • 1. Scion FR-S vs Subaru BRZ San Diego CA 92120 SAN DIEGO TOYOTA WWW.TOYOTASANDIEGO.COM
  • 2. Scion tC Mazda 3
  • 3. If you want a simple, affordable sports car, your options in today's new-car market are surprisingly limited. Truth is, there aren't all that many no-frills rear-wheel-drive sports coupes. While the Hyundai Genesis Coupe and the more affordable versions of the Nissan 370Z might suffice, the Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S have arguably expanded the horizons for those who want to drive, above all else, on a budget. The FR-S and BRZ are near-twins, developed and designed by a joint effort between Subaru and Toyota (Scion's parent brand). Aside from some differences in design and equipment, they're functionally the same car.
  • 4. That's not a bad thing, however, as Subaru and Scion have managed to pack in a lot of value for not much money--though again, here we have a difference. The Subaru BRZ starts mere hundreds higher than the FR-S. Both models get you a six- speed manual transmission, but the BRZ adds standard voice-activated navigation, an upgraded stereo, and Bluetooth hands-free/audio support. The Scion is less expensive, but requires an upgrade to get the same equipment, raising the price to about the same as the BRZ (although the Scion does now include a touch-screen audio system). The BRZ, unlike the FR-S is also available with two pre-configured trim levels: Premium (the standard spec) and Limited. The FR-S is available in a single "mono-spec" trim, with all options available a la carte.
  • 5. On the highway, or cruising around town, both the Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S offer surprisingly supple, comfortable ride quality, with quieter cabins than you might expect from a sports car. Again, this speaks to quality of engineering and construction, which might be expected from Toyota, but at this price point, is still impressive. The bottom line with either the Scion FR-S or Subaru BRZ is that you can't go wrong, whichever brand you choose, as they're the two newest, and in our eyes, best, entrants to the mid-$20,000 sports car market.
  • 6. Toyota San Diego of San Diego CA serving Kearny Mesa, Escondido, El Cajon, Carlsbad is one of the finest Toyota dealerships. 5910 Mission Gorge Rd San Diego, CA 92120 Sales: 888-781-3388 ||Service: 877-854-7575 Website: www.toyotasandiego.com
  • 7. For Scion FR-S – Visit now