Scion Dealers Lake Orion MI
Rochester Hills, MI
Rochester Hills, MI
Bay City, MI
Derived from Toyota, the Scion brand consists of cool yet affordable small cars in three different formats for 2008. The tC is a stylish two-door coupe with glass roof and add-on gear available to fashion a slick custom car. Boxy xB, contemporary homage to the panel van in a hip slammed stance, scores a new design with more cabin room and a boost in power. And the all-new xD pops up as a five-door miniature wagon laced with gear for comfort and safety.
The Scion tC is a slinky coupe with the tailgate of a hatchback. The tC has a monochromatic face and an unusual roof -- it's virtually all glass from a panorama-style power moonroof. The cabin contains contoured buckets in front and rear seats that recline for comfort or fold to increase stow space in the cargo bay. Power stems from a 2.4-liter four-in-line with 161 hp and a manual five-speed or four-speed automatic transmission. A restyled prow has a mesh grille and projector-type headlamps, with revamped appointments inside like silver trimwork and orange gauges plus standard iPod connectivity.
The boxy xB panel van resembles a California surfer's customized wagon in miniature. It's a new treatment outside for xB with the slab-sided package showing a high beltline and tall cabin with four doors and a tailgate. The 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine delivers 158 hp -- a boost of 55 hp over the original xB. Inside, the four-seat compartment contains lots of equipment like air conditioning, a Pioneer 160-watt audio kit, multiple air bags plus anti-lock brake system (ABS) with electronic brake force distribution (EBD) and the vehicle stability control (VSC) with Traction Control (TRAC) anti-skid equipment.
With a hatch in back, the new four-door xD crossover utility vehicle (CUV) has a low prow and high tail. Inside, the cabin floor dips low so you can step aboard easily, and the ceiling is high to fit tall chair-like seats. Power comes from a lively 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine with d...
257.1401, et. seq.
Title Of Act:
Warranties on New Motor Vehicles Act
Definition Of Defects:
Nonconformity to manufacturer's express warranties that significantly affects use or value of vehicle
Manufacturer's option: replace with a comparable replacement vehicle currently in production and acceptable to consumer or accept return of vehicle and refund full purchase price including cost of any options or other modifications installed or made by or for the manufacturer, less a reasonable allowance for consumer's use of vehicle, not to exceed 10Â¢ per mile driven at time of initial report of same defect or conditions or 10% of purchase price, whichever is less, and less an amount equal to any appraised damage that is not attributable to normal wear and tear; consumer has right to demand refund
Time Limit for Manufacturer Repair:
Term of manufacturer's express warranty or 1 year from date of delivery of new motor vehicle to original consumer, whichever is earlier