That is a tough sell especially at the Scion (Saturn) no haggle price, yeah good luck.
I saw both the Scion and Subaru versions of this car at the LA Auto Show. All I have to say is BORING! This Scion should have come out 10 years ago.
Forgetting one thing naysayers. It's all about the DRIVE. LIGHT WEIGHT AND NIMBLE. Seems no one enjoys a great drive anymore. The cars mentioned above, well....nimble and a great drive they are not. Too heavy. I applaud what Toyota and Subaru have done here. Can't wait to get behind the wheel. No automatic thank you.
The price is too high and the car is tiny!
Genesis Coupe 2.0T or Mustang V6 for me if I had to chose a vehicle such as this under $28K.I saw this at the DC autoshow and it wasn't impressive in the least. Even my best friend who is a fanboy walked away disappointed. It is tiny and has absolutely nothing interesting about the design. The only thing it has going for it is its extremely light weight.
ZERO, that describes this cars, looks, quality, style, attraction,parent company safety reputation, appeal ....etc
Toyobaru, Subayota, she no work ciccio, bankarotto i tink. plus they justa translate toyota memos from Japanesa to english, u no like whatta day say.
I'm sure they'll tack on about $10-15K markup!
A car for shampoo girls and secretaries. It's the modern-day Celica.
like the previous NIMBLE comment, the lower center of gravity is what is lacking in the camaro / mustange ride.
Not cheap and not pretty...no thank you.
This thing was designed for the lower center of gravity. It is designed for the pure driving dynamic. Secretaries don't care about that. Driving enthusiasts do. Calling this car a secretaries car, takes away your driving enthusiast card. Like you ever had one. LOL
BLACKLASER...I just scratch my head...
@ March 22, 2012 11:47 AMModern day Celica?LOL. Yeah, you have no idea of what you are talking about.
"Yeah, you have no idea of what you are talking about."Really? It takes over 7 seconds 0-60mph. It's a tiny 2dr "sporty" car. It's hideously ugly. I don't care which wheels propel the car forward, it's a damn Celica.
its celica all over again.. toyota never learns from the mistakes they make.. anyway they deserve to go down
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