The Scion is a good make; it runs well; accelerates quickly when needed, and is solid.
I wanted a car I could haul antiques, mulch, and my dog, so I like the room available when the seats are down and privacy afforded when it is not. The cover for the trunk area inside is a bit flimsy and could be constructed better.
I�d avoid the pearl paint next go round for it may be difficult to match if repairs are needed. I like the sky light, but the panel over the back seat is annoying when it flaps. At first, I found the driver�s seat cramped, but have adjusted. An inside trunk opener would be useful. Not having a key slot of the back is a good idea.
Great Car at an affordable rate
2011 Scion tCJenn Anthony - Baltimore, MD02/15/2016
If you love traveling with friends (keep in mind a few) its great, it comfortable and drives like a sedan, but can speed like a coupe. I included cabin noise in the Cons section because it does get a bit noisy, however that could be from my choice in tires. Fuel economy as well is included because that depends on how you drive the car. I have the Stick-shift version and so long as i keep the RPMs in a reasonable range the gas goes the distance, but like most i have a lead foot.
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