For a vast majority of us, we will never drive a car that is our own that has over 200 horsepower. There are a few reasons we are going to be left out of the high-powered class of vehicles. First of all, most of us will certainly scoff at the idea of spending the money on a car that offers a high horsepower number because the shear price tag turns us away. Second is the lack of need, what will this additional horsepower be for and where can we drive it, so with practicality in mind it just doesn’t make sense. Third is fuel mileage. Less power typically equates to better fuel mileage, making it an easy choice between the two as we don’t want to be pumping gas 3-4 times a week for our power hungry V8 beast.
Because of all these reasons doesn’t it make sense to have something fun to drive that falls in our range of driving? Certainly many car manufacturers feel that way and offer several models that are both fun to drive and fall in the under 200 horsepower club to give us the fuel mileage (at least most of them) that we desire. Read more
Scion has brought back feelings of the small imported sports coupe of old with the FR-S model that appears to be a Datsun 240Z that has been greatly upgraded to the technology of today. This awesome little sports coupe is a fun car to drive and look at with a lot of power for such a small vehicle. Owners who choose the FR-S will be able to enjoy the sleek curves and highly energetic engineering that is found in this awesome vehicle. Built in conjunction with the Subaru BRZ, the FR-S offers a slightly lower price tag and has upgraded handling over previous models for better performance in corners.
While the FR-S is a sports coupe, it makes a great daily driver. This offers any owner the ability to enjoy a fun and enticing drive at any time. This is a car that can easily be taken to the track for some speed runs as well as heading out on a mountain road to show off the awesome handling that is aboard this awesome car. For 2015, the Scion FR-S has an upgraded suspension and a new Release Series 1.0 for a few owners to enjoy, which is limited to only 1,500 vehicles.
Sports cars turn our heads, cause us to feel great inside with the awesome power and advanced aerodynamics that are onboard. Made for speed and performance many times sports cars are not thought of as fuel efficient. In fact many sports car owners own them for their power and precision in performance, but there exists a list of sports cars in specific models that offer a good amount of fuel efficiency to allow them to be economically used as daily driver cars and not just left in the garage for the weekends or special occasions. Read more