2010 Scion xD Pricing Announced

Toyota's Scion brand has just announced pricing for the 2010 xD five-door urban subcompact that will now feature a new standard and optional audio system and standard Vehicle Stability Control (VSC). Scion says the enhancements brought in the 2010 model year increase the price by only $150, which means the car is now priced at $14,800 when equipped with a manual transmission and $15,600 when offered with an automatic gearbox.

As mentioned, the 2010 xD now comes with a new standard AM/FM/CD/USB 160-watt maximum output Pioneer audio system which now offers an organic electroluminescent (OEL) screen, iPod/USB connectivity, Advanced Sound Retriever (ASR), and a subwoofer RCA output. USB connectivity and an universal auxiliary (AUX) port are also available.

The optional Alpine Premium audio system on the other hand has almost the same features but adds a 4.3-inch color touch panel thin-film-transistor (TFT) screen, HD Radio technology, Media Expander (MX) and both front and rear RCA outputs.

Plug-in navigation is offered as standard, with features including voice guidance, day and night screen modes, support in English, French and Spanish, 200 available address book entries, map coverage across the U.S. and Canada including Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Hawaii, three map views (3-D, north up, and heading up), and more than six million points of interest.

The xD will be offered with seven exterior colors, Super White, Silver Streak Mica, Black Sand Pearl, Magnetic Gray Metallic, Barcelona Red Metallic, Nautical Blue Metallic and the all-new Black Currant Metallic while the interior is painted in high-quality dark charcoal fabric.
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