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Scion FR-S 0 to 60 MPH and Quarter Mile Times

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2016 Scion FR-S

Coupe2.0L F-4RWD6M7.1 sec15.4 sec @ 93 mph22/30/26 mpgCar and Driver

2013 Scion FR-S

Coupe2.0L F-4RWD6A8.1 sec16.3 sec @ 90 mph25/34/28 mpgCar and Driver
Coupe2.0L F-4RWD6M6.4 sec14.9 sec @ 95 mph22/30/21 mpgCar and Driver
Coupe2.0L F-4RWD6M6.2 sec14.8 sec @ 95.1 mph22/30/---- mpgMotor Trend
Coupe2.0L F-4RWD6M6.2 sec14.8 sec @ 94.3 mph22/30/24.3 mpgMotor Trend

Scion iA 0 to 60 MPH and Quarter Mile Times

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2016 Scion iA

Sedan1.5L I-4FWD6A9.1 sec17.1 sec @ 82 mph33/42/36 mpgCar and Driver
Sedan1.5L I-4FWD6M9.0 sec17.0 sec @ 83 mph31/41/32 mpgCar and Driver
Sedan1.5L I-4FWD6M8.9 sec16.8 sec @ 81.9 mph31/41/---- mpgMotor Trend
Sedan1.5L I-4FWD6M9.3 sec17.1 sec @ 81.8 mph31/41/39 mpgMotor Trend

Scion iM 0 to 60 MPH and Quarter Mile Times

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2016 Scion iM

Hatchback1.8L I-4FWD6M8.6 sec16.8 sec @ 84 mph27/36/27 mpgCar and Driver
Hatchback1.8L I-4FWDCVT9.1 sec17.2 sec @ 83 mph28/37/28 mpgCar and Driver
Hatchback1.8L I-4FWD6M8.9 sec16.8 sec @ 82.8 mph27/36/---- mpgMotor Trend
Hatchback1.8L I-4FWDCVT9.9 sec17.6 sec @ 80.5 mph28/37/---- mpgMotor Trend

Scion iQ 0 to 60 MPH and Quarter Mile Times

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2012 Scion iQ

Hatchback1.3L I-4FWDCVT9.6 sec17.5 sec @ 80 mph36/37/31 mpgCar and Driver
Hatchback1.3L I-4FWDCVT10.8 sec18.1 sec @ 77.1 mph36/37/---- mpgMotor Trend
Hatchback1.3L I-4FWDCVT9.6 sec17.4 sec @ 80 mph36/37/37.1 mpgMotor Week

Scion tC 0 to 60 MPH and Quarter Mile Times

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2016 Scion tC

Hatchback2.5L I-4FWD6A7.6 sec15.9 sec @ 86.8 mph23/31/---- mpgMotor Trend

2014 Scion tC

Hatchback2.5L I-4FWD6A7.4 sec15.6 sec @ 92 mph23/31/27.4 mpgMotor Week

2011 Scion tC

Hatchback2.5L I-4FWD6M6.9 sec15.4 sec @ 91 mph23/31/23 mpgCar and Driver
Hatchback2.5L I-4FWD6A7.4 sec15.8 sec @ 88 mph23/31/22 mpgCar and Driver
Hatchback2.5L I-4FWD6M6.9 sec15.4 sec @ 90.6 mph23/31/26.5 mpgMotor Trend

2006 Scion tC

GReddy Hatchback2.4L Turbo I-4FWD5M5.7 sec14.2 @ 101.6 mph----/----/---- mpgMotor Trend

2005 Scion tC

Hatchback2.4L I-4FWD5M7.4 sec15.7 sec @ 88 mph19/27/24 mpgCar and Driver
Hatchback2.4L I-4FWD5M8.0 sec15.9 sec @ 87.1 mph19/27/24.6 mpgMotor Trend
Hatchback2.4L I-4FWD5M7.6 sec15.9 sec @ 87 mph19/27/27 mpgMotor Week

Scion xA 0 to 60 MPH and Quarter Mile Times

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2004 Scion xA

Hatchback1.5L I-4FWD5M8.8 sec16.7 sec @ 81.3 mph27/34/---- mpgMotor Trend
Hatchback1.5L I-4FWD5M9.4 sec16.89 sec @ 83.19 mph27/34/---- mpgMotor Trend
Hatchback1.5L I-4FWD4A10.8 sec18.2 sec @ 77 mph27/34/---- mpgMotor Week

Scion xB 0 to 60 MPH and Quarter Mile Times

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2009 Scion xB

Wagon2.4L I-4FWD4A8.5 sec16.4 sec @ 82.6 mph22/28/21.2 mpgMotor Trend

2008 Scion xB

Wagon2.4L I-4FWD5M7.2 sec15.6 sec @ 88 mph22/28/26 mpgCar and Driver
Wagon2.4L I-4FWD5M7.8 sec16.0 sec @ 87 mph22/28/22 mpgCar and Driver
Wagon2.4L I-4FWD4A8.5 sec16.4 sec @ 82.6 mph22/28/23.5 mpgMotor Trend
Wagon2.4L I-4FWD4A8.7 sec16.6 sec @ 81.8 mph22/28/---- mpgMotor Trend
Wagon2.4L I-4FWD4A9.4 sec17.3 sec @ 82 mph22/28/24.2 mpgMotor Week

2006 Scion xB

Wagon1.5L I-4FWD5M9.6 sec17.3 sec @ 79 mph26/30/27 mpgCar and Driver

2004 Scion xB

Wagon1.5L I-4FWD4A10.6 sec18.2 sec @ 75 mph26/31/27 mpgCar and Driver
Wagon1.5L I-4FWD5M10.1 sec17.13 sec @ 79.94 mph27/32/---- mpgMotor Trend
Wagon1.5L I-4FWD4A11.9 sec18.42 sec @ 74.04 mph26/31/---- mpgMotor Trend
Wagon1.5L I-4FWD4A11.5 sec18.5 sec @ 74 mph26/31/---- mpgMotor Week

Scion xD 0 to 60 MPH and Quarter Mile Times

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2008 Scion xD

Hatchback1.8L I-4FWD5M7.9 sec16.4 sec @ 84 mph27/33/31 mpgCar and Driver
Hatchback1.8L I-4FWD5M8.4 sec16.5 sec @ 82.8 mph27/33/---- mpgMotor Trend
Hatchback1.8L I-4FWD5M8.3 sec16.5 sec @ 86 mph27/33/36.3 mpgMotor Week

About Scion

Scion is a brand of vehicles for the North American market from Japanese automobile giant Toyota Motors Corporation. It was founded in 2002. The idea was for Toyota to cater to the generation Y consumers by coming up with contemporary vehicles. It has proven to be a widely successful brand since its inception.

History

Toyota has wanted to create an impression that its brand is appealing to the younger buyers. This was the reason why it had the Project Genesis initiative in 1999 to bring in younger buyers to its fold. However, the campaign fell flat and soon was cancelled in 2001.

Unperturbed, Toyota set up a separate brand called Scion. It was launched in March 2002 in New York and was marketed as a youth brand. At that time, it only had two concept vehicles—the bbX and the ccX. Both car models were unveiled a year later at the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show.

Scion has helped Toyota reach out to a younger market. In 2007, a study showed that the median age of a Toyota user was 54 years old. Meanwhile, the average age of Scion users was at 39 years old which is the lowest in the industry.

Models

To date, there are five models under the Scion brand. The first is the second-generation tC which is a three-door liftback, the xB which is a compact wagon sold in Japan as the Corolla Rumion, and the compact city car called iQ. The fourth is the xD, another subcompact car while the fifth is the FR-S, a rear-wheel drive sports car.

Innovations

Scion has introduced a lot of innovations in a bid to garner more young buyers. Its flagship model, the tC, has a panorama moon roof. It also has after-market customization that can be availed from the dealer.

Aside from its affordable price, the tC also has a sporty alloy. It has carbon fiber B pillars, super chargers, and neon underglow lights that appeal to the younger car buyer. All Scion cars can be customized, from larger wheels and rims, to re-painting jobs and body kits.

In terms of marketing, Scion has also deviated from the way Toyota used to market its vehicles. The website is flashy and attractive. It also allows users to see how their cars would like after customization.

There is also a separate website where owners of Scion cars can look for vehicle parts, performance parts and body kits.

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