We know exactly how important it is to maintain your Scion, keeping it looking and functioning its best. If your windshield or any glass on your Scion gets cracked or chipped, you want to get it taken care of right away. Whether the damage is incurred through an accident, act of nature, or from a truck on the highway kicking gravel up, you’ll want to get the repair taken care of immediately to prevent further damage and a driving hazard.
Scion is a company owned by Toyota that makes great cars for an affordable price, targeted at younger buyers in the United States. Scion has been making cars since 2002, and one of their trademark features is the “Pure Price” – what you see advertised is exactly what you’ll pay. There are no hidden fees or extras that make the bill exorbitantly higher than what you have the budget to pay.
At Windshields.com, we offer auto glass replacement quotes that are updated constantly. Just use the quick and easy form at the top of this page to tell us about your car and we’ll give you details about the repair costs. Every make and model is a bit different. Below are just some of the Scion models our local shops have experience in repairing.
The Scion FR-S is an affordable choice for drivers who love a sporty car that’s fun to drive. This little sports car offers a 2.0 liter 200 horsepower engine, it’s easy to handle and has excellent safety ratings. The interior of this coupe is youthful and sporty and the gas mileage is good (about 22 mpg city and 30 mpg highway). The Scion FR-S was created in a collaborative effort with Subaru–their version is called the Subaru BRZ. The FR-S is slightly more affordable and the suspension is designed to make it more manageable to take sharp corners without sacrificing any of the fun of driving of sporty, faster car. The exterior is definitely designed to showcase a fun, sleek, sporty ride–it’s all sports car lines and none of the boxy quality you see in some of the other Scion models.
The Scion xA is a limited edition subcompact hatchback. This model has five doors and was available for purchase in the US from 2004-2006. The xA was released in limited numbers with bright colors and features that included the first iPod input and controls on the steering wheel for turn signals and audio. These limited edition vehicles were marketed to create a buzz about the Scion brand, which was already gaining traction in the industry. Most dealerships only got a few of these cars and they were available for preorder on a first come, first served basis. Thanks to the “Pure Price” feature, demand couldn’t drive up the price of the car, which sold out quickly and used models remain at a higher price due to the rarity of the model.
The Scion xB is a compact, box-shaped hatchback with 5 doors. The xB can be broken into two generations. The first generation ran from 2003-2006 and was based upon the Japanese market Toyota bB, basically changing the driver’s seat and other particulars for the American market but otherwise using the same design. This first generation xB was given a “good” overall safety rating in all measures of impact, except side impact. The second generation premiered in 2007. This 5 door hatchback is less boxy in shape and was redesigned based on the American market’s wants and needs.
The Scion tC is a two-door coupe sports car. The first generation of this model debuted in 2004. It featured a sporty look, a plethora of standard features and many additional optional features. This model was created to appeal to the up and coming Millennial market. The second generation, released from 2011-2013, improved the performance with a 2.5 liter, 180 horsepower engine. It also streamlined the outward appearance by borrowing features from the Scion Fuse. In 2014, this model got a number of upgrades, including a touch screen audio system and faster transmission shifting capability.
The Scion xD is a subcompact hatchback with five doors manufactured by Scion from 2007-2014. This model features a 5-speed manual transmission and a 4-speed automatic. With a 1.8, 4 cylinder engine, the Scion xD gets 27 miles per gallon in the city and 33 miles per gallon on the highway. The xD also offers limited edition models for each year, and these models quickly sell out. Some examples include models available in colors such as Hot Lava Orange or Electric Wasabi. The xD received a five star rating in front and rear end collision, a four star rating in side collision, and four star rating in rollover rating.
The iQ is a subcompact 3 door hatchback, and is marketed as city friendly and efficient. The interior provides four seats and the small size makes maneuvering through tight city streets and parking much easier than larger vehicles. Standard features include a 50/50 folding rear seat, all power windows and accessories, a touch screen audio system and audio controls in the steering wheel.