I chose this model for the interior height. I find it quite comfortable as am a tall older woman with hip trouble. Thus far the car hasn't given me any problems. Overall I am pleased with my little car, however, I find it to be a bit noisy. Im still adjusting to the width of the vehicle when on the road, The trunk is roomy enough for my needs and running around with the grand kids who always carry their backpacks.
It's the newest and lowest mileage car I've had.
2012 Scion xBGayle H - Newark, DE12/31/2015
I had a list of features I was looking for. This is the newest and lowest mileage car with the most technology I've ever had. First time getting a loan and making payments so it had to fit my short term and long term requirements. I had a Honda CRV for 12.5 years as an example. I wanted to be able to sit up and have good visibility through the windows, good gas mileage, be able to fit a bike and cargo in the back with a door that lifts up, not sideways, comfortable seating for me, good overall condition, good handling (especially in the rain), etc. The Scion has those features and it is a manual drive which is fine for me. I can only find one thing I would change is that the exterior frame is low which I am concerned about being dented.
This is a little car on the outside but a big car on the inside that gets pretty good gas mileage (25mpg) and has decent low speed acceleration.. I am pretty big myself and fit easily inside the car, front and back. The extra large doors also make it easy to get in and out. There is also a tremendous amount of head room in the car. It reminds me of the kind of head room in my brothers full size pickup. With the back seats down, you have a huge cargo box. You can get an object 57" long from the door to the back of the drivers seat. If you don't have a passenger, you can move the passenger seat up a few inches. This is the second xB I have owned. It is a very practical car.
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