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February 6, 2014:
Scion’s iQ is a “funny little car” according to one very junior Autos.ca tester.
October 24, 2013:
The FR-S 10 Series demonstrates Scion’s excellent understanding of its target market.
October 2, 2013:
Zippy, engaging, and stunning, the Scion tC still fails to shine from behind the shadows of its more capable younger brother.
May 16, 2013:
A tidy summary could be: Scion xD4A: From A2B. In the highly competitive subcompact hatchback class, the functional xD scores a B.
April 25, 2013:
Unique-looking yet practical, the used xB should be subjected to standard used car checks.
March 7, 2013:
Peter Bleakney takes the Scion FR-S out in the heart of winter for some low-speed, low-traction, slip-slidin’ fun!
February 13, 2013:
A stylish, easy-going coupe with a surprisingly accommodating interior.
November 6, 2012:
The Scion xB "is mediocre as a car, but makes a great fashion statement," says Jonathan Yarkony.
September 4, 2012:
Five Axis Design's Scion iQ body kit is a compelling add-on, but Mike Schlee wishes for more power to go along with its sharp looks.
August 29, 2012:
Jonathan joins the long list of automotive journalists falling all over themselves to adore the FR-S.
June 18, 2012:
The Scion tC is the perfect car for a teenager or young adult, but is a little too ‘young’ for Social Editor Mike Schlee.
June 8, 2012:
A well-executed runabout, the Scion iQ is still expensive for the little car that it is.
May 29, 2012:
One of the most hyped vehicles in recent memory may actually live up to it.
Citroën Cactus and Renault Twingo both get "minivan windows" for the rear
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