Scion xB Needs More Space

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Scion introduced its four-door Scion xB to the world in 2003 as a square, safe, and affordable car. Unfortunately, the Xb is also cramped and weak on gas mileage. The Scion xB has similar problems as its predecessors. It still has a boxy design, and agreeable pricing, but still no comfort and fuel efficiency again. It does have something positive: it's a 2010 Top Safety Pick. The tC's competition, like the Honda Fit, will provide better fuel economy than the xB, and might be a better idea.

The 2010 xB comes to us only in one trim, but with plenty of optional and aftermarket options. The standard and optional audio systems on the xB have also been upgraded. Too bad it's reliability is still low.

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