2013 Scion FR-S: A New Hope? - Ignition Episode 14





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Published on Apr 30, 2012

On this episode of Ignition, Carlos Lago finds out if the 2013 Scion FR-S blazes a new trail for affordable, real-wheel drive enthusiast cars. Pro racer Randy Pobst also gets in on the action, pushing the FR-S to its performance limits with hot laps around Streets of Willow racetrack.

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Wow I remember seeing this and just needing to get one.. Here I am years later and still loving every minute of my FRS experience 
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Fur Sure
HAHAHA this car critic is fucking pro as fuck! perfectly explained this car and now im set on making this sweet ride mine!  Who gives a shit about a fake carbon fiber dash hahaha
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i miss carlos on the new ignition episodes
Last night a Scion FR-S pulled up to the light my friend and I were at, and I guess the attractive man driving it was impressed that I knew what car it was, so he listened to me when I commanded him to accelerate for me..haha
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"no sunroof.... but who gives a sh*t" HAHAHA!!
It's not made by Chrysler Ford or GM so big points for that.
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rm zeta
I got one and I lurrveee it!!! Except the chirp :(
Unbearable Pain
And people say toyota can't make a fun or exciting car... HA! 
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Steve Clements
0-60mph in 6.2 seconds...not sure how people can say this is slow. It certainly isn't really quick, but given the amazing chassis, 6.2 seconds is more than enough to have some fun at that price!
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Alex Miller
Why pay over 60,000 dollars for a high tech sports car when you can spend about 25000 for a fr-s with the same amount or even more fun.
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