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Two Year Parts and Labor Limited Warranty


  • Seat Covers and Floor Mats
  • Oil Changes / Scheduled Maintenance
  • Engine Tune Ups
  • Wheel and Tire Service
  • Repair / Reset Annoying Warning Lights
  • Engine Performance
  • Electrical Problems
  • Engine Repair
  • Engine Exchange: Re-manufactured or Used
  • Automatic and Manual Transmissions Service
  • Heating and A/C – HVAC
  • Suspension Struts and Shocks
  • Disc and Drum Brakes / ABS
  • Steering Racks / Tie Rod Ends / Ball Joints
  • Drive Shaft / U Joints / CV Shafts
  • Exhaust and Muffler Repair
  • Windshields and door glass

A Few Facts About Scion

Scion, founded in 2002, is a brand of vehicles produced by Toyota Motor Corporation for the North American market.

Scion, following the foot steps of GM’s late Geo brand, is marketed as a youth brand and was first introduced in March 2002, at the New York Auto Show.

Scion’s sales approach differs greatly from that of the larger Toyota entity. All Scions have one standard trim level (monospec) and are designed to be uniquely customized for the driver.

The median age of a Toyota consumer was, as of February 2007, 54 years old. Comparatively, Scion’s average buyer age is the lowest in the industry, at 39 years old.

The first Scion models, the xA hatchback and xB wagon, went on sale in California in 2003, followed by a sports coupe, the tC, and a nationwide U.S. launch in 2004.

A successor to the xA, the xD, was launched in 2008, and the Scion marque expanded to Canada in 2010.

Scion currently has five models: the second-generation tC, the second-generation xB, the iQ – an ultra-compact city car first going on sale in the western United States in December 2011, the xD, and a rear-wheel drive sport car, the FR-S.

In April 2012, it was announced that the xB and xD will be dropped after 2012, supposedly in favor of all new models from Toyota’s hatchback division, Daihatsu; in the meantime, focusing its sales heavily on the iQ passenger car and the FR-S sports coupe, alongside the second generation tC.

Scion offers about 150 different accessories; other after-market companies through the Optōmize Scion program offer to add other accessories, as well.

The Scion lineup uses a one-trim, simplified purchase process, and the marque has relied upon guerrilla and viral marketing techniques.