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Give me back my 2005 Scion. So it had a smaller engine and maybe a little less power but it had an excellent automatic. The 2012 Scion's electronic steering makes me think they put the wrong tires on the 2012. Besides making me uncomfortable steering the gas mileage is terrible and I miss the overdrive. May keep it for a year. Bring back the days of the Morris Minor and the Austin A40 that were fun to drive. When are manufacturers going to realize there is a buying public that wants basic, small, durability wrapped up in a small package that will sell in the $18K to $20K with a good solid warranty. Also, who needs all the electronic gizmos that are more toys than being practical?Report it
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