I have had my Scion Xb for a year now. It is the most distinctive car around. It does lack in the get up & go department but I knew that going in. (I sold a WRX to get the Xb, cheaper on insurance & gas & tires.) I've averaged just over 31 mpg with an automatic. Has plenty of room, looks cool
Design, Toyota Quality
Cruise control standard, charge way too much on the XM Satellite otion
Perfect car with only one drawback: noise at highway speed (70mph+ cruising is a chore.) Would be close to ideal with an overdrive five speed auto.
such zippy handling is not what you'd expect from this upright bread truck, but it delivers...Love the high and supportive front seats. Like the way it looks too. Good gas mileage in town or out and about.
Toyota, listen up: put in a REAL overdrive five speed auto; with highway noise from this high revving engine calmed it would be more than a great city car.
A lot of car for the money! ABS, stability, traction control, power everything and a great gas milage. Turns heads and very roomy. Couple drawbacks - a rather too stiff suspension, makes a bumpy ride on a bad road. It also has small luggage space unless you fold the rear seats. Otherwise a great car!
Number of features for the price
Soften the suspension and add couple inches to the back to expand luggage space.
This car is simply the best of everything I could want. It offers an excellent comfort level for the price. It proves you don't have to spend lots of money to get a nice vehicle. Sure there are oddities to get used to, but as a whole, it is a well-rounded fun vehicle.
Center-Left spedometer positioning, Euro taillights, AC-ABS-TSC standard, Front car speakers are the most powerful rather than most car's focus on the rear speakers.
Rear domelight badly needed. E-brake is too offcenter- constant hand rubbing on the passenger seat. Lighting dimmer/mirror control don't light up.