For sale is my beloved 2013 silver Scion FR-S. I bought it new, I've been the sole owner, and I liked it so much I had it shipped from North Carolina to Seattle 2.5 years ago. Times change, though, and I need to let it go in favor of a 4-door automatic.
Please reach out if interested! Thanks,
It's a 2013 silver Scion FR-S, 6-speed manual, with 47,643 miles. Price is $13.5k.
I bought the car new from the dealership in Jan 2013 and paid right at $30k. That included a lot of upgrades and add-ons, including the Pioneer audio system and Bespoke voice command, as well as leather interior. I also purchased an 8-year, 120k mile warranty that is transferrable to you. It also has a brand new set of tires that I put on 200 miles ago. I have the title in hand and complete service records.
Maybe most importantly, everything they say about this car is true. It is a blast to drive, the handling is incredible, the rear end gets loose super easily, and it's a real looker. That being said, I haven't abused it. No track days, no red-lining, etc.
Cosmetically, the car's in good shape. It has some light scratches consistent with being on the road 5 years and 1 finger-width ding around the windshield area where a piece of rebar hit me on the highway. It still turns heads and gets the occasional thumbs-up when I'm driving around town.
Mechanically, never any issue. The right door speaker rattled a little bit out of the factory, so I took it back and they added some additional foam insulation that did the trick. It's been a joy.
Some of the body panels & glass aren't original and have been replaced. Unless I told you, you'd never know -- the pictures speak for themselves. In the interest of full disclosure, someone rolled into me 2 months after I bought the car, and the front nose piece and right quarterpanel were replaced. A Jeep backed its trailer hitch into my hood, so that was replaced. The same piece of rebar causing the ding in the picture also shattered the windshield, which was replaced. A thief later smashed out the right side glass to steal my laptop bag, so that was replaced, and yours truly backed into a pole, so the bumper has been stripped and re-sprayed. Bottom line is you save a couple thousand dollars on an awesome car.
Based on this information, KBB would rate the car in Good condition and set fair value at $14,750.
|VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||JF1ZNAA17D1713215||Mileage:||47,657|