After some fan sites leaked the news, the Scion website has gone live with the official MSRP for the FR-S, how Toyota is selling their version of the Toyobaru GT 86 and BRZ twins in the US. Including destination charges, a six-speed manual version will have a MSRP of $24,930 and Scion is hyping their “Pure Price” no-haggle pricing structure so I expect that Toyota City will frown on those dealers who add on “market adjustments”. You can expect a FR-S with an automatic transmission to run about $1,000 more.
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