Scion iA Review
Scion iA Review
The exterior of Skybound’s custom iA is painted with a custom-blended Outcast Orange Candy Paint, with a green stripe that runs from around the front fascia, up and over the hood and onto the door, Aside from Mazda design cues and the Scion iA’s reworked face, this new entry-level, subcompact sedan is equipped with standard 16-in, Side and rear glass on Outcast has received White Out colored tint that also seems to match the green pinstripe under certain lighting conditions, On the technology front, you also get a rearview camera, a 7-inch touchscreen with an accompanying dial controller, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity and a six-speaker audio system with Internet streaming radio, voice recognition and a USB interface. A navigation system is one of the few available options.
The car has a custom, 11 speaker, 3000-watt audio system – including what looks to be a 7-inch, touchscreen head unit. The windows have blood splatter projected graphics, Additionally, the Scion iA is equipped with a passive keyless entry system with push-button starting, tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, driver’s seat-height adjuster, A custom, backlit logo plate that says “Outcast” has been mounted above the pioneer deck.
Fuel & Engine
A 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine is the only one offered in the Scion iA, and it makes 106 horsepower, Based on pictures of the interior, Skybound’s iA is equipped with an automatic transmission, Power is sent to the front wheels through a standard six-speed manual transmission, with a six-speed automatic available at extra cost, As standard equipment, the iA includes Scion Boost free scheduled maintenance and roadside assistance for the first 2 years or 25,000 miles of ownership.
- Based on the redesigned Mazda 2
- Estimated 37 mpg in combined driving
- Numerous standard features
- Graohics are hard to see under certain lighting
Standard safety features of the iA include antilock brakes (with rear drums), front-seat side airbags and front, rear and side curtain airbags as well as traction and stability control, Scion iA will include a reversing camera as well as a low-speed pre-collision system that is designed to monitor traffic ahead and warn the driver if he or she is about to collide with another vehicle, A low-speed forward collision warning system with automatic braking is also included, which is rare in the class, even as an option.