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Scion, which came to life in 2003 as a Toyota sub-brand aimed at young buyers, is going away. All of its current models, save the tC coupe, will be become Toyotas. That means the FR-S sports coupe, the iA sedan, and iM hatchback, along with the upcoming C-HR, will all be rebadged as Toyotas for […]

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Scion will showcase at the Los Angeles Auto Show a small vehicle for young people to get them, and all their gear, to their destination in style. Named Scion iM Concept, the vehicle will have the wraps taken off Wednesday, Nov. 19 Scion described the iM Concept as a five-door compact hatchback with sporty looks […]

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Toyota, Lexus and Scion took top honors in the 2013 Green Car Guide, published today by the Automobile Club of Southern California. Six of the top ten overall green vehicle and “best value” scores are held by the Toyota family. The 2013 Toyota RAV4 EV compact SUV achieved the highest overall green car score in […]

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More than four years ago, Scion introduced the xA, an efficient and practical subcompact car to satisfy the needs of commuters and city dwellers looking for efficient transportation. But it didn’t deliver the style and drivability that all young buyers—Scion’s primary market—often want. So the Toyota off-shoot brand went back to the drawing board and […]

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The Scion xB is sometimes simply called “The Box.” Its unique, squared-off, wide-panel design is unmistakably urban and youthful—though its edges have been rounded since the new 2008 iteration. This stylish little vehicle is a blend of a small car and a compact crossover utility. Beyond its cool, citified looks, the xB’s appeal comes from […]

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