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Scion Reviews

The Kid Is Alright

We take a second look at the 2016 Scion iM, on our home turf in southeast Michigan. Echoing our feelings from our first test in California, this is an incredibly well-rounded, more mainstream Scion.

Mazda Bones, Toyota Tweaks

The 2016 Scion iA is, essentially, a rebadged version of the Mazda2 that isn't coming to the US. So with all that Mazda DNA, it should be pretty good, right? We take one for a spin in California to find out.

A Better Chance At Mainstream Success

The 2016 iM is a more mainstream offering than any Scion before it. But as we find out during a test in California, that's definitely not a bad thing.

A Softer Enthusiasm

Once upon a time, the Scion brand sought to bring more youthful buyers into the Toyota stable. In the early 2000s, Scion launched with its plucky xA and xB hatchbacks, and a lot of people bought into its affordable, customizable, funky lineup – myself included. I was once the proud owner of a 2006 xB, and though the box-on-wheels wasn't really a proper enthusiast machine by any means, I loved its unique driving dynamics, clever packaging and fresh style.

The New Poster Child For Cheap Thrills

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2016 Scion FR-S
MSRP: $25,305 - $29,510
2016 Scion iA
MSRP: $15,700 - $15,700
2016 Scion iM
MSRP: $18,460 - $18,460

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