2014 Scion iQ Monogram Edition Priced From $17,275

2014 Scion iQ Monogram Edition Priced From $17,275

For the 2014 model year, Scion will be releasing the limited edition iQ Monogram that takes the iQ “to the next level by adding premium features at a great value,” according to the Japanese automaker.

Pricing on the 2014 Scion iQ Monogram Edition, of which only 150 will be made, was also announced at $17,275 including a $755 handling fee. Featuring a two-tone exterior paint combination of black currant metallic with classic silver metallic, the special edition iQ also has color-matched mirrors and spoiler, premium alloy wheels, iQ-emblazoned floor mats, a touchscreen audio system, and a CVT-i transmission.

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Scion also announced pricing for the rest of its 2014 model lineup, with the xD starting at $16,675 with a manual transmission, or $17,475 with an automatic. The xB will be priced from $17,725 equipped with a manual, and $18,675 with an automatic transmission. Lastly, the FR-S manual will have a starting price of $25,455 while the automatic will be $26,555.

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  • Alfie

    Looks like the Scion iQ Desperate-to-Sell-More-Cars Edition to me?

  • Ritzcraka

    They do this with every model they make. I have an IQ that I haul around in a trailer behind my Coach. Fun little car and drives a lot bigger than it is. CVT makes is very smooth and it’s 10 feet bumper to bumper and weighs 2k pounds. Has a (small) back seat and 11 air bags.