Two new limited edition production models of Scion now have joined the RS series at the 2011 State Fair of Texas. The new 2012 MY xB RS 9.0 and the xD RS 4.0 are both expected to go on Scion dealerships in October this year.
A Blizzard Pearl- painted exterior will be available for the xD Release Series 4.0. 16 inch alloy wheels in a smoked platinum color finish also will be equipped in this model version. Some upgrades found inside the car, including the color-tuned trim pieces on the center console, steering wheel and door panels which all have been in the same Blizzard Pearl paint finished as the exterior color, completed with exclusive floor carpet. Furthermore, the seats have been decorated in a unique trim and white stitching.
The company stated that the Scion xD RS 4.0 will be offered at the total price of $16,980 including the destination and handling fee at $730, but when included a manual and automatic transmission correspondingly the price set at $16,980.
On the other hand, you will get an attractive Lava paint job along with honeycomb decorated with lower grille in which the logo of the company’s brand attached, added with a system which enlighten the front and rear badges ahead locking or unlocking the car.
Other changes also continue in its front and rear seat covers suede in perforated synthetic where also attached the Japanese company’s logo and attractive Lava color- tuned highlights.
For the xB RS 9.0, the company only provides as much 1,500 units. While the price starts from $19,790 along with a $730 destination and handling fees. The manual gearbox version will cost at $18,840, and the price of $19,790 set for the automatic version.
A new Pioneer audio system completed with Bluetooth hands- free, Bluetooth streaming audio and HD Radio technology will be equipped the all 2012 model year as standard features.
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