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2008 Scion xB – Click above for high-res image gallery In the latter part of the 1990s, Toyota realized it had a problem on its hands. Although its sales had been climbing steadily for years, the average age of its customers was also climbing. That's fine in the short term, but over the…


2015 Scion xB - 4dr Wagon (Base)
4dr Wagon (Base)
MSRP:
$17,120
Engine:
2.4L I-4
MPG:
22 City / 28 HWY
2015 Scion xB - 4dr Wagon (686 Parklan Edition)
4dr Wagon (686 Parklan Edition)
MSRP:
$19,685
Engine:
2.4L I-4
MPG:
22 City / 28 HWY
Toyota adds 1.6m cars to Takata inflator recall list

Similar recall adjustments are expected from the 17 other affected automakers this week.
Scion rolls out its past concepts, one last time

The beginning and the end of Scion on display at the New York Auto Show.

In addition to a new special edition tC, Scion brought many of its important past concepts to this year's New York Auto Show.
Toyota recalls power window switches for 6.5 million vehicles [UPDATE]

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.

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2008 Scion xB
$6,995 / 145,450 miles / CA
2008 Scion xB
$9,950 / 72,308 miles / CA
2014 Scion xB
$15,000 / 43,287 miles / CA
Scion's SEMA show cars display tuner creativity [w/videos]

Scion brought four FR-S concepts to SEMA this year and one xB concept, while another three Scion tCs were brought to the show by three different shops that are competing in Scion's Tuner Challenge. The modified Scions range from mild to insane, and show how popular they are in the tuner world.
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Toyota adds 1.6m cars to Takata inflator recall list

Similar recall adjustments are expected from the 17 other affected automakers this week.
Toyota recalls power window switches for 6.5 million vehicles [UPDATE]

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.