2010 Scion xB Receives New Audio System, Prices Remain Unchanged

It's that time again, you know, when automakers release their so-called '2010MY' cars in the States. For Scion that translates to the 2010 xB which is exactly the same vehicle as the 2009MY with the difference that it is upgraded with an all-new standard 160-watt Pioneer audio system, which fortunately for buyers, comes with no increase to the car's base price that remains at $15,750 (MSRP) when equipped with a five-speed manual transmission, and $16,700 for the four-speed automatic with sequential shifting.

Furthermore, Scion is introducing a new color for the 2010 xB, the Crimson Mica, which replaces the Blackberry Crush Metallic while also new for the model year is an optional Alpine Premium audio unit that's navigation and back-up camera ready. The 2010 xB will arrive at Scion's dealerships later this month.