Used 2005 Scion Values

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(Model years 2016 - 2004 including exotics and classic cars)
A brand new model, the 2005 Scion tC is a five-passenger coupe powered by a sporty 160 hp four-cylinder engine and boasting a nice list of standard features.
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The 2005 Scion xA is a compact hatchback that achieves over 30 mpg both on the highway and in the city.
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A boxy utility vehicle with more room than the xA and tC, the 2005 Scion xB seats five passengers and cruises to a 30+mpg fuel economy rating both on the highway and in the city.
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In mid-2004, Scion officially became a national automotive player by rapidly expanding its dealership network a year after its launch. Scion adds a third vehicle to its lineup for 2005 certain to invigorate younger buyers the brand has been looking to attract. Joining the existing xA and xB models, the 2005 Scion tC is a handsome two-door sport coupe is powered by a capable 160-horsepower, 2.4-liter engine. Midway through the 2004 model year, Scion introduced a new performance image line to the brand. Debuting with the Scion xB, the Release Series is a limited edition run of factory-customized vehicles. The xB Release Series 1.0 features Hot Lava Orange paint, rear spoiler and special interior touches.