Did Scion make a convertible?
Toyota has a Scion FR-S convertible it could sell now in the US market, but as we explain, Toyota has some good reasons not to. Toyota unleashed a wild group of prototype and concept cars at the Tokyo auto show, but none had more impact than the future Scion FR-S Convertible. via
Is the Scion xB discontinued?
Toyota plans to discontinue its iconic Scion xB and the ill-remembered xD, according to Ward's Auto. Scion Vice President Jack Hollis told Ward's that the brand didn't “have plans for a direct xB or xD replacement.” via
Is the Scion FRS a convertible?
Toyota's sports coupe will birth a convertible, and maybe other models, too. What It Is: The rear-wheel-drive Scion FR-S will be offered in softtop convertible form, we've learned, confirming recent rumors. via
What is the best year Scion xB to buy?
Major props are in order for the 2006 Scion xB
But the 2006 Scion xB deserves major props and lands on the Forbes “best buy” list. The team picked this model year because of its distinct, mini-truck-looking design that's still unique today. The compiled previous owner reviews all suggest great reliability ratings. via
Why did they stop making Toyota Scion?
Discontinuation. On February 3, 2016, Toyota announced that the Scion brand would be phased out in August after the 2016 model year, arguing that the company no longer required a specific marque to target younger demographics. via
How many miles can you get out of a Scion xB?
2006 and prior year models are known to last 300k plus miles. My last xB showed 450k miles when I sold it to a friend who now has over 500k miles on it! This vehicle is not a performance model, but will get you where you need to go (so long as you are not in a hurry). via