2016 Scion iM Blue

Scion has been a big win for Toyota in previous model years. In 2016, Toyota has announced that they will launch two models: The Scion iM and Scion iA. Both are stickered with a price tag that is sure to please Scion lovers. The iM is a hatchback version of the vehicle, and the iA is a traditional sedan. Both vehicles will be available in the showroom beginning September 1st, 2015.

Scion iM will have a starting MSRP of just $18,460 for the manual version, and $19,200 for the CVTi-S model. Scion iA begins at $15,700 for the six speed manual version and $16,800 for the six speed automatic model. Both models are priced to please and jam packed with fun so you can get out on the road and enjoy life. So what do you get and what is the difference between the two?

Scion iM is a cute hatchback that is full of unexpected space. A 137 hp 1.8 liter 4-cylinder engine is under the hood. It has an MPG of 28 in the city/37 highway for the automatic transmission and 27/36 for the manual. A 7-inch Pioneer Audio Display unit, rear backup camera, 4.2 inch color TFT multi-informational display (a Scion first!), Hill Start Assist, and Dual Zone Climate Control.

Scion iA is Scion’s first sedan to enter the playing field. A 1-6 hp 1.5 liter engine featuring quick revving, and high compression is under the hood. Your choice of a six speed automatic or manual transmission comes with the iA offering 33/42 MPG for city/highway on the automatic and 32/41 MPG for manual. Key features on the iA include keyless entry, push button start, low-speed collision system, backup camera, 7-inch touchscreen multimedia system with voice recognition, and power exterior mirrors.

Whether you choose the hatchback iM or the sporty iA sedan, Scion is built to excite. With plenty of cargo room and enough power to get you anywhere, the open road is yours for the taking. When you go with Scion, life is adventure, and Scion can take you anywhere on that adventure. Whether it is the ocean beaches or the mountains, live life in a Scion.

Written by Scott Boyd

Sports fan. Coffee lover. Entrepreneur. California dreamin'. The only thing I enjoy more than writing about cars is driving them around town... especially old hot rods. Find me on Facebook and Twitter.

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