Scion Models
Model
Retail Price Range
Seating
Fuel Economy
Review

$24,700 -  $26,000
4
22 city / 30 hwy
-

$15,665 -  $15,665
4
36 city / 37 hwy
-

$19,210 -  $20,360
5
23 city / 31 hwy

$16,970 -  $17,920
5
22 city / 28 hwy

$15,920 -  $16,720
5
27 city / 33 hwy


Scion Pricing & Review

Toyota created a car brand that will appeal to the young and the young-at-heart. Since Toyota cars are considered conservative both in design and execution, Scion cars are different. They are exciting, modern and fully customizable. Scion cars are also affordable and inexpensive to run. When in the market for a cheap and sleek-looking roundabout then a Scion may perhaps be the right car for you.

Scion iQ
Scion cars carry the same level of durability and reliability as all other Toyota vehicles. The Scion iQ is priced at $15,995 and is clearly aimed at first time car buyers who are looking for a no-frills and easy to drive mode of transport. Think of the 2012 Scion iQ as a smaller Toyota Corolla. It offers adequate levels of interior space along with a smooth and pleasant ride. The iQ is able to achieve 37 miles to the gallon on the highway with the help of a 1.3-liter 94hp inline-four motor.

Scion tC
The 2012 Scion tC conveys sportiness, aggression, and everyday driving comfort. However, the Scion tC is not a hardcore sports machine as it clearly remains to be a fuel-efficient and comfortable urban vehicle. Five people can fit comfortably inside the tC despite the absence of the rear doors, and the interior is made from quality materials that warrent the $19,305 base price. Standard features on the Scion tC coupe include full power accessories, a sunroof, an 8-speaker Pioneer audio system, and 18-inch alloy wheels.

Scion xB
Never dismiss the Scion xB when in the market for a people mover. Although the 2012 Scion xB was designed to accommodate five passengers at any given time, the rear quarters will shame other midsized crossovers in terms of legroom and cargo room. The Scion xB is perfect for the average American family. It will also serve the active pursuits of the single individual quite well. The xB was designed to be youthful, cool, and practical. Starting at only $17,030, the xB utilizes a 2.4-liter inline-four motor that generates 158hp and 28mpg on the highway.

Scion xD
The Scion xD can be best described as a cross between the Scion xB and tC. It is a spacious and sporty family car that starts at $16,075. The xD is motivated by a 1.8-liter inline-four motor that is able to produce 128hp. Fuel economy is rated at 27mpg in city driving and 33mpg on the highway. Standard features include stability control, anti-lock brakes, and a myriad of interior accessories like Bluetooth connectivity, air conditioning, cruise control, and full power accessories.

Scion FR-S
The all new Scion FR-S is a game changer. Here is a Scion that conveys genuine sportiness and spirited performance. The FR-S is the result of a joint venture between parent company Toyota and Subaru, with the latter releasing a different version of the car dubbed the BRZ-STi. The FR-S is powered by a 2.0-liter Boxer motor that is mounted low to the ground for better handling and agility. Rear-wheel drive comes standard along with direct-injection technology to provide seamless power delivery and class-leading fuel economy.

Simply try a free quote today and find out how you can experience the youthful revelry of Scion cars while paying no more than what you would expect from humble compact or subcompact car.

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