Overview & Reviews
The 2013 Scion xB receives updated front and rear exterior styling, which includes new integrated LED running lights. There's also a new limited-edition "10 Series" trim level that commemorates Scion's anniversary.
- Numerous optional add-ons
- Spacious interior with above-average rear legroom
- Responsive four-cylinder engine
- Noisy ride
- Poor rear visibility.
- So-so fuel economy
- Distracting center-mounted gauges
User Reviews:Showing 1 through 5 of 5.00
quality car - 2013 Scion XB
By Javier Jimenez - November 17 - 2:18 pm
I love my XB. Reliable, smooth, powerful, everything I expected from my 4th Toyota.
I LOVE my Scion xB - 2013 Scion XB
By acastillo1107 - November 9 - 7:49 pm
I purchased this car brand new from a reliable Toyota/Scion dealership. I have mine in Super White. I like the spacious interior. But there are a few things I wish were a bit different. The USB/AUX port inside the arm rest doesn't work because of the audio (touchscreen) isn't compatible with it. I wish that the splash guards for the bottom were standard. I shouldn't have to pay over $200 for them to install them. Ride is smooth, and performance wise, it's great. Gas milage could be better, but overall I love the car. The dashboard is placed in the center and took a bit to get used to. Pricing was okay. For all the things not included, I feel it could have been lower in price.
2013 Scion xB - 2013 Scion XB
By B Diane Bounds - July 7 - 1:59 pm
I've only owned the car a month after driving my Toyota Corolla for 18 years, but so far it is great; very peppy. It is easier to get in and out of than the Toyota and I'm sitting taller so its easier to see around me.
Love My Scion XB - 2013 Scion XB
By Sandra Stahler - June 4 - 8:26 am
xB - 2013 Scion XB
By JC Gela - June 4 - 1:08 am
This 2013 xB has not required any repairs. Just changed the oil/filter and rotated the tires. The OEM tires were crap, however, and now I'm on Snows; in the market for summer tires and maybe alloy wheels.... This has been a very "handy" vehicle. I'd be in the market for a new one with newer safety features - but Toyota has discontinued the Scion brand. I don't really want to move up to a RAV4 (hybrid) but maybe a PriusV if they still are making it next year.