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Posted at 10:13 AM ET, 03/22/2012

2013 Scion FR-S Priced at $24,200


When Scion's new-for-2013 FR-S sports car goes on sale this spring, it will start just above $24,000. Six-speed manual versions will start at $24,200, and six-speed automatic models will start at $25,300, excluding a $730 destination charge.

FR-S stands for "front engine, rear-wheel drive, sport" and it's the fifth car in Scion's lineup. The aggressively styled compact coupe shares components with Subaru's BRZ thanks to a partnership between the two automakers. Powering FR-S is a 200-horsepower, horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine.

Full trim level and option pricing hasn't been made available, but the FR-S will come standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, a leather-trimmed tilt/telescoping steering wheel, an  eight-speaker Pioneer stereo with USB port, HD radio and Bluetooth wireless connectivity. It will also come with Scion Service Boost, a two-year/25,000-mile plan that covers factory-scheduled maintenance and offers roadside assistance.

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