Toyota’s youth-directed Scion brand will expire at the end of the 2016 sales model. The FR-S sports car, iA sedan – already a Toyota in Canada – and iM hatchback will become Toyotas. The C-HR crossover initially bound for the Scion corner of the showroom will become a Toyota. The tC will die with the 2016 model year. Gone are the xB, xA, xD, and iQ.
This much you knew, having read GCBC yesterday morning. Listed below are links to all the other occasions in which we offered up Scion sales commentary, both here on GoodCarBadCar, but also on The Truth About Cars and, in a Canadian context, on Autofocus.ca. It’s possible that the list may not be exhaustive. To read it all, however, will nevertheless be exhausting.
The Scion Sales Doldrums – 05.20.2014
Scion On The Rebound In Canada Thanks To New iM – 12.08.2015
Scion Struggles By The Numbers – 03.05.2008
The Future Of Scion Canada – 10.31.2010
Scion FR-S Sales Volume In Freefall Mode In America – 12.18.2015
Scion FR-S Sells Well, But It’s Early – 07.06.2012
Cain’s Segments: The Toyobaru Twins – 11.07.2013
Chart Of The Day: At Least Toyota Has Toyotas – 08.16.2014
November 2014 Scion Sales Hit 34-Month Low – 12.04.2014
Scion’s FR-S Took A Hit In 2014 – 01.18.2015
The Scion iQ Is Dead: Here’s Why – 01.23.2015
Scion Second-Fastest Growing Brand In September – 10.05.2015
FR-S Hits New Low As MX-5 Takes Over – 12.14.2015
The History Of Scion’s Sales Collapse – 02.03.2016