Top 10 Cars That Need An Extra Gear (or Two)

It’s 2014 and there are STILL cars out there with four and five-speed gearboxes. You may be asking “What’s wrong with that?” and the answer is “Everything!”

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Scion Mulling Compact Crossover for Lineup

Toyota is planning to rejuvenate its Scion brand with a revamped lineup that could include a crossover.

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Scion Unveiling Next-Gen Model at Los Angeles Auto Show

We will get our first look into Scion‘s future at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show.

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Scion Social Media Contest Could Send You to San Diego Comic-Con

Want to head to San Diego for this year’s Comic-Con International event? Scion might be your ticket.

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No New Scion Models Imminent, Exec Says

Despite slumping sales, a U.S. Toyota executive has confirmed that the Scion brand won’t be seeing new models any time soon.

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2014 Scion TC, IQ, 10 Series Special Editions Priced

Scion has announced pricing for its 2014 tC and iQ models, along with its 10 Series Edition models which celebrate the brand’s 10th anniversary.

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Scion XD Rally Car Revealed for 2013 Rally America

Ready for its second year in the league, Scion just unveiled its new xD rally car that is ready to tackle to the 2013 Rally America National Championship. 

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Sports Car Success Hasn't Swayed Scion's Eclectic Mandate Says New Brand Boss

With the FR-S selling well and a new push planned in motorsports to help further raises the car’s profile, Scion isn’t putting all its eggs in the performance basket says new brand boss Doug Murtha.

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Top Ten Cars for Teens

USAA has compiled a list of the top ten cars for teens based on a recent survey where parents determined their most important factors when choosing a vehicle for their teenager. Those factors were reliability, a high safety rating and affordable auto insurance.

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Scion XB, XD Models Axed

When Scion was originally launched in 2003, the automaker intended for its models to follow a “one and done” mantra, which meant each model would be canceled after a single life cycle.

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With the Scion FR-S destined to arrive on North American soil rather soon, it’ no surprise that the sub-brand for Japanese automaker, Toyota, decided to give its website a new identity. It appears that Scion hopes to give itself a more of a “grown up” image too with the FR-S’s arrival, which will undoubtedly be the first real sports car for the young brand.

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Scion Series XB, XD and TC Make Appearances in Canadian Market

At the 2012 Montreal International Auto Show, Scion brought a trio of Release Series vehicles out to display for the Canadian market. This is the first time Scion’s Release Series vehicles have ever been to a Canadian auto show.

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Volkswagen Polo On SCCA B-Spec Entry List, 2012 Debut Possible

While reviewing the SCCA B-Spec rules, we came across a list of entries for the upcoming class and stumbled upon a few interesting candidates – namely the Volkswagen Polo, which the rule sheet claims may be imported for 2012.

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2012 Scion XD Priced From $16,075 With Bluetooth and HD Radio Now Standard

Pricing for Scion‘s 2012 xD model has been announced with the five-speed manual set at $16,075 and the four-speed automatic at $16,875, including a delivery, processing and handling fee of $730.

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Scion Launches In Canada, Pricing Announced

While Scion vehicles have been available in the United States for a number of years, they have never been officially brought to Canada, despite numerous grey market imports from south of the border.

Now, Scion’s are finally available and Toyota Canada has announced pricing for the distinctively styled compacts. The 5 door xD hatchback starts at $17,200, while the xB will set you back $18,270 loonies. The tC sport coupe will start at $20,850, pricing it competitively with the Honda Civic coupe.

Scion should have a fair amount of success in the Canadian marketplace, with small vehicles being immensely popular in the land of $4/gallon gasoline. Why it’s taken Toyota so long to bring the product here is anyone’s guess.

[Source: Toyota]

Hit the jump to see the official press release

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