Scion's released prices for their 2009 xB and tC models.
The only change the xB has undertaken is in color: Stingray Metallic will replace Nautical Blue. With a five-speed manual transmission, the xB starts at $15,750. Shoppers who want a four-speed automatic are ready to go at $16,700. Both prices were raised $100 from last year.
The 2009 tC’s only change is an update in seat fabric. The prices remain the same from the 2008 models: $17,000 with a five-speed manual transmission, and $17,800 with a four-speed automatic transmission.
All Scion models have an additional delivery, processing and handling fee of $620.
Although they are available, few options are needed beyond the generous list of standard equipment, Scion says. All Scions come with 160-watt Pioneer audio systems with iPod connectivity; power steering, windows, door locks and mirrors; cruise control; remote keyless entry; air conditioning; four-wheel anti-lock brakes; driver and front passenger frontal, side and curtain airbags; and tilt steering wheels with audio controls.
The 2009 Scion xB will arrive in showrooms later this month; you'll have to wait until May for the tC.