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2004 Scion xB
|Comfort of the rear seats - a lot of space||Highway fuel economy is terrible at 24 mpg.|
|Scion is very roomy for small car and gets great mileage.||Rear seats do not remove for more cargo space|
|Interior room - more interior headroom than tundra||Suspension is too rigid, firm|
|The image - very attractive vehicle||Headlights do not go off by themselves|
|Gauges that calculate mph, miles to empty, etc.||Excessive wind noise when windows are lowered, especially in rear.|
|Ease of getting in/ out of vehicle||Rough shifting transmission in low gears|
|Leather & suede seat covers with accent stitching||Can be hard to handle at highway speeds when windy|
|Reputation for quality & longevity||Sun visor doesnt cover enough of side window|
|Visibility - windows are big and the view is nice||I wish you could automatically open back hatch|
|Cargo capacity - huge, and the square shape lends to fitting big items in||Transmission: only 4 speed - need 6+ for fuel economy|
The 2004 xB is a 4-door, 5-passenger sport-utility, available in one trim only, the 5-Door Wagon. The 2004 xB's closest competitors include the Buick Rendezvous, the Jeep Grand Cherokee, and the Toyota RAV4.
Upon introduction, the xB is equipped with a standard 1.5-liter, I4, 108-horsepower engine that achieves 31-mpg in the city and 35-mpg on the highway. A 5-speed manual transmission with overdrive is standard, and a 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is optional.
The 2004 xB is all-new for 2004.
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