Pros Great turn radius, quick pick up speed, smooth over the road handling, quite inside (hardly any outside noise comes in), getting about 26 mpg (I live in the mountains the engine does not struggle), I am 6'3" have plenty of room in front and in back.
Cons No passenger arm rest, stereo doesn't have the best sound, headlights on low-beam is not enough light need fog-lights (need to buy some), what is with the thick plastic sun-visors? (hard to put garage door opener on it)
Summary This is a great little car - SUV whatever you want to call it. It handles great. Great in the snow too! It has built-in traction control which comes standard in all vehicles. I have driven American vehicles all my life for 30 years that is and the only thing is that the prices have become ridiculous. This is my first Scion and I love it.
This car comes loaded for a little under $17,000 wow! If I was to buy any American car with these features would have cost me starting at about $24,000 to $38,000! I want to own the car I don't want the car owning me!
Pros Spacious interior, customizable after market accessories, powerful 4 cylinder engine, mature styling unlike the Soul and Cube, camry engine, Toyota reliability, usb/aux input
Cons way out dated navigation system and blue tooth factory upgrade, gas MPG is so-so but not the best, handling a little flimsy, should be tighter
Summary This is a great multi-functional car where after market upgrade is better than the factory. I bought my 2010 Scion XB and upgraded with after market racing stripes and leather interior for super cheap. The different is night and day. My voice activated w/blue tooth Garmin GPS is light years ahead of what is offer from the factory system for much less. Great car, thought it's factory blue tooth/navigation system is 10 years behind to it's competitors. Wake up, Scion!
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