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Christopher Bruce2014-01-10 17:20:32

Toyota Finally Brings Special Edition of the FR-S to the US

It adds interior upgrades like improved seats and navigation

The FR-S is finally getting its own special edition in the US

Europe and Japan have received several special editions of the Toyota GT86GT 86 Gen.1Toyota GT 86 Gen.1Japan, 2012 > present14 versions
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, but until now the US market version, called the Scion FR-SFR-S Gen.1Scion FR-S Gen.1, 2011 > present7 versions
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, has been ignored. But ScionScionScionJapan, 2002 > present9 models
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is finally changing that with the FR-S Monogram Series.

The FR-S Monogram Series gets HID headlights with LED running lights and a body-color rear spoiler. Most of the upgrades come on the inside with leather seats with Alcantara inserts, an upgraded stereo with navigation, smart key with push-button start, dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, heat outside mirrors, a frameless rearview mirror, rear seat center armrest and carpeted cargo mat.

The FR-S Monogram Series is priced at $27,400 for the six-speed manual and $28,500 for the six-speed automatic. Scion claims that the Monogram Series saves buyers $1,900 over the options being ordered on their own. The cars are limited to 2,000 units.

The Scion tCtC Gen.2Scion tC Gen.2Japan, 2011 > present7 versions
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is also getting its own Monogram Series with similar upgrades and will be limited to 2,500 units. It is priced at $21,400 for the six-speed manual and $22,400 for the six-speed automatic.

Both cars will be on sale in February.

FR-S Gen.1FR-S Gen.1




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