The Best and Worst From Scion Over the Years

Even though it was only in the marketplace for 13 years, Scion has done some great things for the automotive industry… and some really bad things, too.

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2017 Nissan Titan Vs Titan XD Review

There’s a new Nissan Titan in town, but the story isn’t quite as simple as that.

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2016 Nissan Titan XD Review

Nissan is not only launching a fully redesigned Titan for 2016, the brand is looking to slot its truck into an entirely new space on the spectrum of pickup trucks. That is the Titan XD’s job.

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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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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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Five-Point Inspection: 2013 Scion XD TRD

The thought of a performance version of the Scion xD may not set our souls on fire, or anyone’s really. Based on the Toyota Yaris platform, the xD starts out life lacking any performance DNA to speak of. And, with the current generation of the Scion xD having been on sale since 2008, the vehicle is getting a bit tired and old as only minor updates have occurred during its lifespan.

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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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Toyota Announces Pricing for Seven 2013 Models

Toyota has announced new prices for several 2013 models. While most are going up in price, they are getting new equipment along with it.

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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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Scion XB, XD Release Series Editions Announced for 2012
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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Report: Scion Sets September 2010 for Expansion Into Canada

Toyota Canada has announced that it will expand its product offering significantly in Canada with the introduction of the youth-oriented Scion brand in September of 2010. The launch will be targeted at several major markets including Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. In total 45 dealers will be a part of the expansion.

The Scion dealers will operate as a “store within a store” and will be part of existing Toyota dealerships. There will be 18 Scion dealers in Montreal, 20 in Toronto and 7 in Vancouver.

“This is a great time to launch Scion in Canada,” said Larry Hutchinson, Director of Scion in Canada. “As the auto industry emerges from recession, one of the largest and youngest demographics will be entering the marketplace. Young buyers will be looking to the ever-growing small car market. They are not only looking for a safe, high-quality and fuel efficient vehicle, it is important to them that the vehicle reflects their personality and lifestyle, and the stylish and trendy Scion brand will be there to fulfill that need.”

The launch of Scion in Canada will start with three vehicles, all of which are currently offered in the U.S. (Scion’s only other market). The vehicles include the sporty tC, the funky and functional xB and the sub-compact xD. Scion is also expected to deliver new models in the near future, with one possibility being a version of the Toyota iQ mini car.

For a full list of Canada’s Scion dealers, see after the jump:

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Scion Releases XD Release Series 2.0

Scion has just rolled out its final special edition model for 2009, the xB Release Series 2.0, starting at $14,650 – just $1,270 over the base price.

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