The official Canadian pricing for the Scion FR-S is out, and the new sports car from Toyota will start at a base MSRP of $25,990. When the car is equipped with the six-speed automatic transmission complete with paddle shifters the base MSRP will be $27,110.
Keep in mind these prices are before delivery charges and taxes, so you can expect the final price at the dealership to be more than the MSRP. Before taxes but after the freight charges have been added in, the FR-S base price for the manual version should cost $27,485.
The FR-S will slot in just under the Hyundai Genesis Coupe, arguably its largest competitor, costing $509 less in Canada and and $50 less here in America.
In the States, the FR-S will sell for $24,200.
With original announcements from the company saying that the FR-S would be under 30k, Toyota has delivered on its promise and will market the car very competitively.
Read AutoGuide’s Scion FR-S review here.