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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.


Rebadged Mazda2 Becomes Scion's First Sedan

Scion introduced its first ever sedan, with the 2016 iA, a rebadged, four-door version of the upcoming Mazda2.


Euro-Market Auris Comes To US As A Handsome Hatch

Scion softened up its iM Concept for production, but the result is still a handsome take on the Euro-market Auris hatchback.


Scion is set to revitalize its lineup with the new iA sedan and iM hatchback at the New York Auto Show next month, but here's a taste of what's to come.


Toyota came to Geneva with a light update to its Auris wagon, touching up the headlights, taillights and bumpers of the long-roof relative to the Corolla.


JD Power's latest Vehicle Dependability Study had it all, surprising us with Buick's second place position while reaffirming Lexus' dominant reliability.

These cars depreciate the slowest, potentially making them good buys for the value conscious new-car shopper.

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