2016 Scion iA Price: $16,495

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Scion’s first sedan, the iA, has been officially priced.

The 2016 Scion iA price has been set at $16,495 including destination charges, which nets you a 6-speed manual transmission. The only upgrade available on the car is a 6-speed automatic, which pushes the price up to $17,595.

Under the hood of the iA, which is built by Mazda for Scion, is a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 106 hp, giving the car estimated fuel economy ratings of 35 mpg combined with the manual and 37 combined with the automatic.

SEE ALSO: 2016 Scion iM Price Leaked, Starting from $19,255

Standard features on the car include keyless entry with push-button start, a low-speed pre-collision system, backup camera, 7-inch touchscreen, tilt and telescopic steering wheel and a 60/40 split rear seat.

The iA and the new Scion iM both hit dealers in September of 2015.

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  • Isend2C

    Great value with this car for people who don’t like cars, or going fast.

  • Billy Cypher

    Yeah, why doesn’t this car have performance comparable to a Ferrari?

  • Isend2C

    So I guess you’re just trying to troll? A 7″ touchscreen, keyless go, and collision mitigation are pretty good features for the price. I’d have hoped it’d have 130 HP, not just 106.

  • Billy Cypher

    Ironic that you posted your first comment and then you accuse me of trolling…

    All I’m saying is that most people won’t buy this car expecting it to be a sports car. Judging from your first comment, that seems to be what you were expecting from it.

  • smartacus

    6-speed gives it street-cred

  • r l

    That is by far the most hideous front end on any car I have EVER seen!!! WTF?! Like some big mouth bass frankestein monster! Someone at Toyota needs to be fired, STAT!

  • Mike

    This is the Mazda 2 that Mazda refuses to bring to the US in their hatchback form. I owned a 91 Ford Festiva. All Mazda made. Great car. I still see them on the roads with over 300,000 miles. Good, dependable transportation.