What’s the difference between the N Charlotte Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ?
If you want a sports car that offers amazing style at an incredible budget-friendly price, there really aren't too many options to choose from. However, if you're thinking of taking home a new Scion in N Charlotte, that's not the case!
Both the 2014 Scion tC and 2014 Scion FR-S near Charlotte are found on our lot, and both are offered for jaw-dropping low prices! Each one also features its own look and unique style, so you can easily have your performance and curb-appeal preferences met. We know that these aren't the only two sports cars getting positive reviews, though.
Another popular two-door coupe that's gotten quite a bit of attention recently is the Subaru BRZ. However, there's good reason for this! Toyota and Subaru actually joined forces in order to create a sports car that's fun to drive – and they easily accomplished this goal when they unveiled the Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ! However, just because these two vehicles were formed from a partnership doesn't mean they're exactly the same.
- Both boast a 2.0L 4-cylinder boxer engine, and each of these cars' engines deliver 200 horsepower and 151 lb.-ft. of torque! That's a pretty incredible amount of power that's available at drivers' fingertips when they get behind the wheel.
- If you prefer a manual transmission over an automatic transmission, or vice versa, you have this choice with either of these vehicles. In fact, the six-speed automatic transmission even comes with a paddle shifter so you can adjust your driving experience at any time!
- It's also hard to beat the fuel efficiency that these two coupes offer, even though they are sports cars! You'll enjoy around 30 mpg when you're on the highway.
- Price: If affordability is one of your primary concerns, then you'll appreciate the budget-friendly price of the Scion FR-S in N Charlotte. It has a starting MSRP of $25,255, while the Subaru comes in two trim-levels with a higher starting MSRP. The Premium starts off at $25,595, and the Limited is even more expensive with a starting MSRP of $27,595!
- Style: Each of these cars has a sleek, two-door design. However, there are some key differences when it comes to style and appearance. The Scion sports car has a textured dashboard in the interior, and the upholstery in the interior also has more texture to it versus the smooth dashboard and interior of the Subaru.
- Performance: It's all about the details when it comes to the differences between these two cars. The Scion actually offers a more dynamic driving experience thanks to the revised rear springs! It might be a minor difference, but it's one sports car enthusiasts are sure to notice!