Yesterday we eliminated five cars from the 2014 AutoGuide Under $30,000 Performance Car Shootout. That leaves the final three, which are all completely different takes on affordable fun. Weren’t we surprised when the numbers were tabulated and the top cars included not just all-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive and front-wheel drive rivals, but a hatchback, a…
Toyota’s youth oriented brand, Scion are usually well priced and available in one trim. They’re known for their popularity in tuner circles. The Scion FR-S is certainly the brands most popular and driver friendly car.
Yesterday we took eight fun-to-drive performance vehicles under $30,000 and put them through their paces on the street. After much deliberation, we chose the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST as the king of the street. Despite a somewhat harsh ride, nothing else matches the raw, hilariously fun driving experience behind the wheel.
Sporty cars are not dead. Rumors of their demise are premature. Thrill-packed machinery litters the automotive landscape, available to suit nearly every budget. When it comes to motoring fun, one of the most intriguing segments is the under $30,000 price bracket, where several enticing choices can be found in a variety of shapes and sizes.
The 2014 Scion Tuner Challenge competitors have been revealed.
With eight sporty cars in the AutoGuide.com garage, we are understandably excited about this week. Did we also mention that we’re spending it at our home test track?
Scion has updated its FR-S sports car for the 2015 model year, and our review of the car proved to be the most popular on AutoGuide.com this past week.
It’s that time of the month again, folks. For a collectively painful but short period of time, manufacturers are putting their usual press release repertoire to the side, instead focusing on what really matters: the almighty dollar.
Toyota’s newest rally car might not be competition ready, but we’ll be able to see it in action next month.
Toyota is planning to rejuvenate its Scion brand with a revamped lineup that could include a crossover.
Ever since Toyota launched the FR-S in 2013, car fans have been playing a game of “What If.”
A big factor in selling cars is the power of the brand a model is tied to. With that in mind, these five brands must have a tough time moving units at their dealerships.
“Soon” is quite possibly the least satisfying answer possible, yet we hear it countless times about exciting new cars.
AutoGuide hot-shoe Dave Pratte is headed to Newfoundland, Canada in September, piloting a Scion FR-S with fellow Speed.Academy Editor Peter Tarach during the grueling Targa Newfoundland tarmac rally.
When these spy photos hit our inbox, we were skeptical right away.
The Scion FR-S will return to this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
Though it could improve performance, a Scion FR-S hybrid is unlikely.
Toyota’s struggling Scion brand will soon get some much needed new product, with an insider confirming a new hatchback will be added to the lineup as well as a product the brand has never before offered, a sedan.
Scion has announced a few small updates along with pricing for the 2015 tC, which carries the same base price of $19,965 including delivery.
Toyota is adding some upgrades to the Scion FR-S for the 2015 model year, which will bump the base price up by $200 to $25,655.
Rumors of the Scion FR-S (Toyota GT86) family growing are back on the table.
Scion Canada has just announced a motorsports contingency program for 2014 that’s so aggressive, it will literally pay owners just for showing up.
What’s wrong with the Scion FR-S? According to one Nissan exec, it’s too slow.
The Toyota GT86, Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ are all the same car, but each is not created equal depending on where in the world they will be sold.
We will get our first look into Scion‘s future at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show.