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By Cars.com Staff
March 7, 2011
The Scion xD is an entry-level car meant to compete with the Nissan Versa, Chevrolet Aveo5 and other small hatchbacks. It offers a variety of options and got a standard electronic stability system for 2010.
New for 2011 There are no significant changes for 2011.
Exterior The xD takes cues, like a boxy grille and vertical bumper portals, from the Scion xB. The headlights look similar to those on Toyota's RAV4. Exterior features include:
Body-colored door trim
Side mirrors with integrated turn signals
Standard 16-inch wheels
Chrome exhaust tip
Interior The five-passenger interior includes a 60/40-split folding backseat that can recline and adjust forward and back. A storage well sits below the cargo floor. Other places to stash things include a dual-compartment glove box and a tray below the steering wheel. On the dashboard, a single gauge integrates the tachometer and speedometer. The xD's standard stereo includes an MP3 jack and a USB port. The USB port displays your MP3 player's track listings, and you can adjust the volume or skip ahead using buttons on the steering wheel. Interior features include:
Standard USB port also charges mobile device
Standard console screen displays track and artist info
Standard air conditioning
Standard power windows, locks and mirrors
Standard first-aid kit
Optional stereo upgrade includes a touch-screen faceplate
Optional navigation system
Under the Hood There's just one engine available for the xD, but there is a choice of transmissions. Mechanical features include:
128-horsepower, 1.8-liter four-cylinder
Standard five-speed manual transmission
Optional four-speed automatic
Safety Antilock brakes are standard, but they use a disc/drum setup, not the stronger four-wheel-disc type. An electronic stability system is standard. Safety features include:
Six standard airbags, including side-impact airbags for the front seats and side curtain airbags for both rows
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