I loved the no haggle pricing. And,
because it's a Toyota, it's gonna last.
It is also stylish, and looks like more
expensive than it actually is. The car
is fun to drive in the city, and is
fine on the freeway. Yes, it's a bit
noisy at 75 mph, and passing takes a
little extra time with the auto, but
remember, it's a sub-compact, under
14k. I bought this car because, I am
single, live in the city, and have a
short commute. It seats 4 people fine,
but usually, I keep the rear seats down
to add to the total cargo capacity.
Great gas mileage of course. Everyone
other person has a Corolla, and I chose
a Scion XA instead.
I like extra height of the seats, the
standard options, (ABS, power
everthing, air bags, kick ass stereo,
with MP3 capability. The seats are
stiff but comfy. People come up to me
constantly asking me what kind of car
it is. And my AEM cold air intake/TRD
exhaust for a little more HP.
A center arm rest would have been
nice. The back cargo cover rattles.
The controls of the excellent sounding
stereo are tiny little buttons. But,
these are minor really, considering the
larger more important standard feature
that came with the car for the low
price I paid.
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