- $24,500 - $25,600
- No trim specified for this review
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I have owned the Honda Si 2004 and the Nissan Spec v Ser 2010. And this FRS by far is my favorite. There is no perfect car especially if you are only spending around 25k in my humble opinion. I do not race and I do not ever plan to do any mods to it, i guess I am to old. As a stock car in my eyes this is perfection. Yes I miss the low end torque of the Nissan, yes I miss the space I had in the civic but for pure driving pleasure this is the one. Rear wheel drive on a budget.
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