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2004 Scion xA

The Scion xA was one of the automaker's initial models, based on the Japanese-spec Toyota ist.

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2004 Scion xA

With Scion's initial push for value came some frankly cheap-looking interiors. The iA was powered by a 108-horsepower, four-cylinder engine, achieving 38 mpg highway.

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2004 Scion xB

Toyota's Japanese-market bB became the Scion xB, a car unique for its eminently capacious interior despite its small footprint.

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2004 Scion xB

The funky little xB was available with the same 108-horsepower engine as the xA. The bB's column shifter moved to the floor for the American-spec xB.

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2006 Scion xA

In 2006, the xA received a mild refresh, including new bumpers and side skirts, side-mirror-mounted turn signal indicators and wheel-mounted audio controls.

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2006 Scion xA

The xA was also the first vehicle to offer an optional iPod input.

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2006 Scion tC

Scion expanded its lineup from two to three in 2005 with the introduction of the tC, a car intended to make the brand a bit sportier.

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2006 Scion tC

The tC packed 161 horsepower from its four-cylinder engine, a big boost over the xA and xB. Standard equipment abounded, including air conditioning, power windows, a 160-watt stereo and a panoramic moonroof.

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2008 Scion tC

In 2008, the tC was given a very mild refresh consisting of a new grille, and new headlights and taillights.

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2008 Scion xD

The Scion xD came about in the 2008 model year as a replacement for the aging xA.

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2008 Scion xD

Power output was bumped up to 128 hp, with highway fuel economy down to approximately 33 mpg highway. Like the xA, it was available with either a manual or automatic transmission.

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2008 Scion xB

The same year the xD came out, Scion also unveiled a second-generation xB. Having lost some of the quirky-box flair that made the first generation a hit, the xB was larger and aimed solely at the American market. Sales plummeted, much to the company's chagrin.

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2011 Scion tC

The 2011 tC marked the beginning of the coupe's second generation. Performance was up, and much of the first-gen tC's styling cues remained, including its flat roof design.

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2011 Scion tC

The tC continued to be a hit with the aftermarket, with a variety of upgrades available from both TRD (Toyota Racing Development) and third-party companies.

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2011 Scion tC

The tC's newfound power came by way of a new engine, a 180-horsepower four-cylinder borrowed from the Toyota Camry.

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2012 Scion iQ

The Scion iQ is a rebadged version of the Toyota iQ, a diminutive city car meant to maximize interior volume while minimizing...well, just about everything else.

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2012 Scion iQ

The iQ was powered by a 94-horsepower, four-cylinder engine. In Europe, a rebadged version was marketed as the Aston Martin Cygnet -- no, we're not joking. This was also an Aston Martin.

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Scion iQ EV

Toyota also developed an all-electric variant, the iQ EV. It was largely limited to two markets -- the US and Japan -- as fleet vehicles. In the US, the lion's share of iQ EVs went to early car-sharing programs in California.

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2013 Scion FR-S

The Scion FR-S was the brand's first genuine sports car, packing a flat-four engine and a rear-wheel drivetrain. It was marketed in Japan as the Toyota 86 -- the Scion name only extended to the US and Canadian markets.

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2013 Scion FR-S

Critics immediately fell in love with the FR-S' fun factor, bringing solid driving dynamics to a class of car that many thought was on the way out. It's garnered a huge following for being one of the least expensive ways to end up in a new, RWD car.

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2014+ Scion tC

Scion gave the tC a big ol' refresh in 2014, updating its exterior appearance to bring it closer to the FR-S' design language. Along for the ride were upgrades like LED taillights, a sportier suspension, new headlights and a fancy new touchscreen audio system.

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2016 Scion iA

Scion's next big introduction came by way of the 2016 iA, a rebadged Mazda2.

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2016 Scion iA

Critics lauded the iA for its excellent handling and standard forward collision warning with autonomous braking, the latter an option not typically found standard on inexpensive machinery.

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2016 Scion iM

The Scion iM, introduced alongside the iA, is a rebadged Toyota Avensis from Japan.

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2016 Scion iM

It looks, feels and drives like it could be called the Toyota Corolla Hatchback, and it may very well be that, now that Scion is passing on.

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Scion C-HR Concept

Officially the last car to carry a Scion badge, the C-HR concept presaged a subcompact crossover for the value-oriented brand. It will now become a Toyota.

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