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The New Scion Series 10.0

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On: Fri, Apr 11, 2014 at 12:49PM | By: Karen Cook


The New Scion Series 10.0

Toyota is bringing the latest edition of the Scion to the 2014 New York Auto Show and it promises to attract buyers with its modern appearance and some technological upgrades.

The engine in 2014 Scion xB Series 10.0 doesn’t see any changes from current models; it keeps to the 2.4-liter, four cylinder, 158 horsepower formula. It is available only in a four-speed automatic transmission.

It comes only in Electric Quartz, a pearly white with green accents. The green is carried over inside with accent stitching on the seats and door panels. The console is trimmed in black, or more precisely, piano black.

The real upgrades come with the amount and diversity of the technology found inside the vehicle. There’s a new back-up camera and the door sills are illuminated to make entrance into a dark vehicle a little easier. The cup holders are lit also, which is convenient if not necessary. It also has a 6.1-inch LCD touchscreen, hands-free phone capability, and an aux/USB port to connect your iPod. You can use the AM/FM/CD/HD radio or stream your music via Bluetooth. As if all this wasn’t enough, there’s also a cool wireless charging mat. Just so everyone knows exactly what you are driving, the new Scion proudly displays its logo using a projector in the rear bumper which shows the lighted image on the ground.

There will be only 1500 of these Release Series 10.0 Special Editions made with a starting price of $20,420. They are expected to hit showroom floors this summer, if you want one.


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