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2 Million Of Those Vehicles Are In The US

Toyota is recalling 6.5 million vehicles worldwide, including 2 million in the US, because the driver's side window power switch could overheat and cause a fire.


Toyota is getting close to joining the booming compact crossover market by unveiling a production version of the C-HR concept at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The razor-sharp CUV is expected to come to the US, too.


Scion ends its long tradition of selling special edition xBs with the 686 Parklan Edition, a chocolatey brown version of the boxy hatchback.


Andrew Gilleland is taking over as the new vice president of Scion just as the brand brings a slew of new products to market and drops the long-lived xB.


Toyota looks to be prepping a mid-cycle refresh for the GT86, known here in the US as the Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ.


Scion has tapped actors James Franco and Jaleel White (not to mention a wacky waving inflatable arm flailing tube man) for the iA/iM ad campaign.


Evo's 'Deadly Rivals' series pits the Mazda MX-5 Miata against the Toyota GT86 (our Scion FR-S) on track.


Toyota is getting ready to tackle the Nissan Juke, Jeep Renegade, and Honda HR-V, and it may be doing so with its Scion brand.


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.


Scion sprinkles a few upgrades on the 2016 tC like a leather shift knob and rear windshield wiper, raising the price by $175 for the manual and automatic.


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.


Scion finally puts a date to the demise of the xB, brand president Doug Murtha saying it will leave the lineup at the end of this year.


The Scion FR-S is rumored to get a refresh next year with updated styling, an improved suspension, and slightly more power from its 2.0-liter engine.


Scion has bumped the price on the 2016 FR-S, but with a new standard touchscreen audio system and rear-view camera, the $405 increase doesn't sting too much.


Based on the Toyota Auris from Europe, the Scion iM finally brings a new model to the entry-level brand. The result is an attractive five-door hatch that should offer good fuel economy for less than $20,000


Scion introduced the new iA, its first four-door sedan, to the hordes of journalists at the Javits Center. And yes, the grille really is that questionable.

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