Home / Auto News / News article: 2014 Scion FR-S 10 Series Priced: $27,425 - AutoGuide.com News
 |  May 08 2013, 8:34 AM

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Scion has announced pricing for its special 10 Series FR-S, which carries a $2,170 premium over the normal manual model, excluding delivery fees.

For the price, buyers get a special package celebrating the brand’s 10th anniversary. Those enhancements include dual automatic climate control, HID headlights, LED daytime running lights and 17-inch wheels.

The cabin gets a frameless rear view mirror, a dashboard electroluminescent panel, an illuminated shift knob on automatic models and glowing front and rear badges.

Scion is asking a $1,250 price increase for the automatic transmission and glowing shift knob, all of which bring the price to $28,675.

SEE ALSO: Scion FR-S ’10 Series’ Gets Grown-up Features

Of course, both models (and every one of the Scion 10 Series cars) come in special “silver ignition” paint.

With the extra goodies intact, you might already be wondering how the special Scion stacks up to its Subaru BRZ sibling, which comes with more equipment. Many of the same features come on the top spec Subaru, although the blue glowing bits and special paint are Scion exclusive.

Subaru’s car still costs $70 more, but it has an advantage: at that price it comes with leather seats.

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GALLERY: 2014 Scion Series 10 FR-S

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  • http://www.facebook.com/Joshka89 Joshua Selvidge

    I’m glad it doesn’t have the leather, I hate leather seats

  • yyyyyy

    not a 2014, scion 10 frs is a 2013 model yr. Do some research before writing an article

  • Eric Van Boven

    They do know blue light from the front is illegal in just about every state….

  • Stirlo

    Very gimmicky……but whatever. Scion is a pretty gimmicky company, but this car is still a masterpiece.