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Scion is Shaking up its Lineup

Old 07-30-2014, 01:06 AM
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When Scion was first launched, it captured the youth market pretty well. It was a stylish, and cheap alternative to the boring econo-boxes that the owners parents bought. Now, Scion is struggling to remain profitable. All those people that bought Scion’s have moved on to bigger and better cars, and a new class of owner has infiltrated the once cool brand—older people.

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Old 07-30-2014, 03:48 PM
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ehhh.....
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that will be another car that will get the axe
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Old 07-30-2014, 07:53 PM
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So is the 2014 Scion iQ the last of her bred, or will it be continued for a few more? I keep reading (mostly via Aston Martin Cygnet articles) it will die this year, and then Toyota claim those rumors are false.
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The 2015 iQ is up on the Scion website. Maybe they will announce that to be the last year.
I am excited about the possibility of the Auris coming to Scion. I need a new car soon and that might be the one. Hopefully we find out in the next few weeks at the Paris or LA Autoshows.


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I'm glad the iQ still gets another year. It's a good car. Yea sure, the "car experts" give it a 5 or 6, but people who actually own the vehicle (myself included) will give it a 8 or 9. Honestly it's the high price that keeps the iQ from getting sales. I understand that the unique engineering costs money, but if it was cheaper they might recover via sold quantity. There's a market for micro cars... as the sustainable Smart sales show.

One of these days, when the iQ is old and not my daily, I might look into putting a 1.6 and see what she can really do. ;)
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I love my xb but the Blade Master would probably get me to trade.
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