Pricing for the 2016 Scion iM has slipped out.
One of two new Scion models, the iM will be priced from $19,255 with the 6-speed manual and $19,995 with the automatic.
The news comes via a poster on ScioniMForum.com.
Aimed at younger drivers, the new Scion iM is essentially a repackaged Toyota Auris as a five-door hatchback powered by a 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine with 137 hp mated to a standard six-speed manual transmission. Opting for the CVT will also add paddle shifters to cycle through the seven predefined ratios, designed to mimic actual gears.
Standard equipment on the Scion iM includes 17-inch wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control and power folding heated side-view mirrors. Inside, it’ll come standard with a Pioneer touchscreen head unit with Bluetooth connectivity, while those looking to add more sport to the model can opt for numerous TRD accessories. Navigation will be offered as an option, although pricing for that hasn’t been announced.
All in, the $20,025 price tag for the base-model Scion iM is in line with what the Japanese automaker estimated when it first debuted earlier this year.
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