2014 Scion Ratings, Reviews and Awards

Coming after a series of disappointing years for Scion, 2014 marked a year of revisions that focused on improving the technology of the brand’s current models to continue to try to appeal to the youngest car owners. New to all five Scion vehicles this year was standard touchscreen audio and an optional infotainment add-on with smartphone connectivity. Aside from these techie additions, the xB went unchanged, and the FR-S received only door-mounted pads to protect knees against sharp turns. A limited-edition Monogram Series trim was added to the iQ and featured a new style with two-tone paint options, while the xD also received a few new exterior paint colors. Scion placed most of its focus on the tC, the sporty coupe that was thought to be the brand’s saving grace, getting a sportier front end, sport-tuned suspension, 18-inch alloy wheels, and an upgraded optional 6-speed automatic transmission.
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Research 2014 Scion models (5)
FR-S
The Scion FR-S is now in its 2nd year for 2014, offering an exciting mix of sportiness and aggressiveness in a single customizable trim level.
$25,470 - $28,170
MSRP
26 - 29 MPG
COMBINED
$25,470 - $28,170
MSRP
26 - 29 MPG
COMBINED
iQ
The 2014 Scion iQ is a space-saving, efficient car meant for city driving with incredible maneuverability and fuel range.
$16,435 - $18,620
MSRP
36 MPG
COMBINED
$16,435 - $18,620
MSRP
36 MPG
COMBINED
tC
Scion’s 2014 tC is a sporty coupe with all the basics of an entry-level sports car, complete with an impressive set of add-ons.
$19,980 - $23,210
MSRP
27 MPG
COMBINED
$19,980 - $23,210
MSRP
27 MPG
COMBINED
xB
The 2014 Scion xB is a spacious and customizable vehicle with moderate power and fuel efficiency in one well-equipped trim level.
$17,740 - $21,190
MSRP
24 MPG
COMBINED
$17,740 - $21,190
MSRP
24 MPG
COMBINED
xD
A stylish crossover with virtually endless customization options, the 2014 Scion xD is an excellent option for those seeking both practicality and versatility.
$16,690 - $17,490
MSRP
30 MPG
COMBINED
$16,690 - $17,490
MSRP
30 MPG
COMBINED
Coming after a series of disappointing years for Scion, 2014 marked a year of revisions that focused on improving the technology of the brand’s current models to continue to try to appeal to the youngest car owners. New to all five Scion vehicles this year was standard touchscreen audio and an optional infotainment add-on with smartphone connectivity. Aside from these techie additions, the xB went unchanged, and the FR-S received only door-mounted pads to protect knees against sharp turns. A limited-edition Monogram Series trim was added to the iQ and featured a new style with two-tone paint options, while the xD also received a few new exterior paint colors. Scion placed most of its focus on the tC, the sporty coupe that was thought to be the brand’s saving grace, getting a sportier front end, sport-tuned suspension, 18-inch alloy wheels, and an upgraded optional 6-speed automatic transmission.
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