2008 Scion XDGr8Dane - West Palm Beach, FL06/01/2011
I purchased this car because i needed a 4 door car because i was having a kid. the back seat is really big. I am 6' 1" and i can fit in the back seat comfortably. It doesnt have a lot of storage place, but i would still recommend the car to anyone who wants a sporty car with good head room and a comfortable ride.
Good car for a college student
2008 Scion XDDaniel - Michigan City, IN07/11/2014
Although the car does very well with gas mileage, it is not real comfortable. Sometimes the ABS and tracking system can be overly sensitive and the wiper blade for the rear window is useless. Also, if the windows are down, the car makes a loud vibrating noise.
2012 Scion XDGinny Slifka - Chicago, IL10/15/2016
If you are over 5 foot 5 the car is too hard to drive. Its very small inside and even though I was given a test drive you really don't notice how tiny it is. We looked are price and good mileage and not inside space. We are 6 feet tall and its difficult to get in and out. And seat can't go back far enough for comfort. I was wanting to return in my five day window but my husband went into the hospital and five days were up. Now we are stuck with a car we can't stand.
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