The 2013 Scion FR-S sports-coupe is now available at dealerships across the US, so if you prefer Toyota’s sub brand over the Subaru badged version called the BRZ, here is how much you will have to pay for it.
The 6-speed manual version starts from 24,200 USD while the 6-speed automatic variant carries a price tag of 25,300 USD.
You are most likely familiar with what the Scion FR-S is capable of in terms of performance, and in case you not, we’ll just mention that it produces 200 HP and 151 lb-ft of torque from a 2.0-litre boxer engine that is estimated to return 34 mpg (on the highway with the automatic transmission) or 30 mpg when paired with the manual gearbox.
Even though it just arrived at the dealerships, the automaker claims that the new FR-S is already proving very popular. Scion vice
president Jack Hollis said that "The incredibly positive buzz surrounding the FR-S has generated an
impressive list of hand-raisers and pre-sold orders,” "Scion is thrilled that the FR-S is now available
throughout its strong network of about 1,000 dealers. We can’t wait for
performance driving enthusiasts to get into the FR-S because we know
that they are going to love it!"
Apart from the above mentioned price figures, customers who decide to take ownage of a 2013 FR-S will also have to pay the 730 USD delivery, processing and handling fee. 

Source: Toyota