In case you were wondering, Scion is the first car brand that does not do luxury vehicles that comes with a touch screen audio system as standard equipment. According to the carmaker, their 2014 Scion FR-S and xD, the 2013 xB and also the limited edition 2014 iQ Monogram Series will come with several other elements that will come as a surprise. As it turns out, all 2014models will come as standard with the Scion Display Audio System that will include a 6.1-liter LCD touch screen,AM / FM / CD / HD Radio technology music streaming via Bluetooth wireless technology and AUX / USB port with iPod connectivity. Besides all this, all models will also come with the Scion BeSpoke Premium Audio system equipped with Aha that has a base price established at $1.198.
The 2014 Scion iQ Monogram TMSeries is the smallest four-seat model, perfect for urban efficiency and parking. The models will come with the stylish two-tone paint combination of Black Currant Metallic / Classic Silver Metallic, color keyed exterior mirrors and spoiler, but also several premium alloy wheel package and floor mats that include the iQ logo. The starting price of the iQ has been established at $16.520 and will arrive in Dealerships in October. This price does not include the $775 delivery. The Scion Service Boost includes normal factory-recommended maintenance service up to two years or 25.000 miles and 24-hours roadside assistance for two years, starting with the date of purchase. We will have more details on the matter as soon as possible.
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