Who said toyota doesn't take chances with its designs?

When Toyota rolled out its Scion models, back in the automotive dark ages — well, OK, the 199os — everybody wondered whether the small-car lineup could withstand  drivers’ fickle changing tastes. Current Scions provide the answer. There’s something purposeful about the way the latest Scion tC looks. And its 180 hp v4 walks the walk. It stickers, at less than $20K. Scions used to look kinda… uh… lightweight.  No more: and they’re better cars, because of it.

  1. RJ OGuillory says:

    I don’t know about the new tC…

    ..but I owned an Xa a few years back, before they diagnosed my epilepsy, and before I got my post-seizure-fugue state under control (to-a-degree)…and I stopped driving…

    I drove off a 200 foot mountain cliff in my Xa…dropped and rolled about 8 times…and I was ripped out through the back, drivers-side passenger window and tossed about fifty feet into the rocks and brush…I was belted in, but we think because we had removed one headrest (passenger side) I somehow slipped out the back window…but the remaining headrest supported the smashed, crunching roof, and flipping pretty well…

    I was air-flighted to a hospital, broke my neck in four spots, my back in five places…broke my tailbone and 6 ribs…and I received a 19 staple -gash in my head/brain….

    ..but I got up six days later and walked out of the hospital…so I’d say those Scion Xa, were built to last….



    RJ O’Guillory
    Webster Groves-The Life of an Insane Family

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