Fans long for improvements to the aging 2014 Scion FR-S
When the Scion FR-S, aka FT-86 in other markets, was launched, car magazines and fans of small, agile sports cars took notice and gave the car rave reviews. Not since the 2006 Mazda Miata had a new car that was so fun to drive and affordable come to market. Then everyone who wanted one bought one. Now what? Although some headline grabbers will say that the 2013 sales of the car doubled over 2012, the truth is that it wasn’t really available for all of 2012. In December, the sales rate of the FR-S declined by about a third to just over 1,000 cars in the US. Subaru sold just 700 BRZs. Is the car dying on the vine?