2016 Scion iM Redesign, Release and Changes

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2016 Scion iM Changes

2016 Scion iM is another new representative of the Toyota division for the US market. Like everyone else is primarily intended for the younger population but it has not waver and older customers. Simply put, too many interesting and attractive.

If you were expecting the Scion iM Concept to magically leap into production unchanged, well, you’re a lot more optimistic than most. Predictably, Scion has toned down the production iM, revealing a vehicle at the 2015 New York Auto Show that’s is only slightly spicier than the Toyota Auris on which it’s based.

If the badge on the all-new 2016 Scion iM stood for “instant message,” the message to young buyers would be that they can now get a fun-to-drive, high-style, high-content, high-MPG rated hatchback for a whole lot less than they’d expect. The all-new Scion iM arrives in dealerships this fall, starting under $20,000. In true Scion practice, that’s for a mono-spec model equipped like an upgrade model from competitors.

2016 Scion iM Features

2016 Scion iM Price

Pricing for the new 2016 Scion iM has been set at $20,120 – $30,670 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2016 Scion iM we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

2016 Scion iM Release Date

What’s efficient, affordable, sporty, versatile, easily modified, and pet friendly?… If Scion Toyota’s youthful offshoot is to be believed, it’s the all-new iM subcompact hatchback, which was unveiled this week at the 2015 New York Auto Show.

2016 Scion iM Interior

2016 Scion iM Specs

The all-new 2016 Scion iM is the answer for young buyers looking for a sporty hatchback, but who still need to pay for things like rent, food, school loans and weekend fun with friends. Its bodylines are ripped. The cabin is roomy, refined, versatile and high-tech-equipped. The 1.8-liter DOHC Valvematic engine is eager to rev and very easy on gas. The chassis, with sophisticated double-wishbone rear suspension and standard 17-inch alloy wheels, is ready to smooth out urban bumps and tame adventurous curves. For more hands-on driving fun, a six-speed stick shift is also available.

A recent concept edition of the 2016 Scion iM showed handsome graphite-colored 19-inch wheels, an aerodynamic body kit and all manner of curvy grilles and LED-accented air vents front and rear. Some of these will undoubtedly end up in Scion dealer’s accessory department, but the production model should feature a more subdued appearance.

The Scion iM shows a familiar face, with a hexagon lower grille, sharp-eyed headlights and side bezels with honeycomb mesh pattern seen also on the brand’s FR-S sports car. That aerodynamic expression carries into the profile, which conveys dynamic movement from the lower front to the rear. It’s like a “swoosh line” rendered in steel.

Detailing on the Scion iM belies the affordable pricing. The piano black grille treatment, standard sporty body aero kit, LED daytime running lights and taillights leave an unmistakable signature. Also true to the Scion way, the color selection gives the design tremendous visual pop: Blizzard Pearl, Classic Silver Metallic, Black Sand Pearl, Barcelona Red Metallic, Spring Green Metallic and Electric Storm Blue.

The Scion iM’s premium feel on the road is matched by a lengthy roster of premium amenities – all included as standard with the brand’s famous mono-spec strategy. Start with versatility, which comes from the 60/40 fold-down rear seats and standard cargo cover. A roomy glove box and console box are augmented by numerous front door pockets and storage bins throughout.

As a Scion, the iM naturally comes with high-grade standard multi-media system. The 6-speaker Pioneer sound system will play from a variety of sources, including iPods, of course, and other devices. You control it all through an easy to use 7-inch Pioneer Display Audio unit that also includes standard HD Radio and Aha. It’s through that screen that you view the standard rear view backup camera.

Real leather wraps the steering wheel, an unexpected detail in this price class. The sporty wheel puts fingertip switches for audio, multi-info display and hands-free phone calls via Bluetooth at your fingertips. The 4.2-inch color TFT multi-information display (Scion’s first) between the main instrument gauges provides displays for the car’s audio system and other functions.

2016 Scion iM Concept

2016 Scion iM Engine

The 2016 iM will offer one engine, a 1.8-liter I-4 producing 137 hp and 126 lb-ft of torque. If this sounds familiar, it’s the same engine used in the Toyota Corolla Eco but with slightly less power. Transmission options include a six-speed manual and the stepped CVT that’s also found in the Corolla and comes with Sport and Manual modes.

Gas prices come down. Gas prices go back up. Young buyers like to avoid pain at the pump no matter what. The 2016 Scion iM offers a sweet spot of performance and efficiency, with Scion estimating a 37-MPG highway fuel economy rating. Then comes the fun side. The 137 hp 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine uses Valvematic continuously variable valve timing (lift and phasing) technology to offer a broad torque curve, so the iM feels responsive in all situations.

Precise data about the engines is that will be installed in the iM still there. Known all Toyota engines and are traditionally good. The range of these engines ranging from the weakest 1.3 L to the 1.8 L, diesel option of 1.4 L and even individual hybrid combinations. Those who might be expected in 2016 Scion iM is for example the 1.8 L engine that is installed in the Corolla and has a power of 140 HP. Also one of the options could be a 2.5 L four-cylinder that is installed in the Camry and has a power of 179 HP. Transmission is likely to be a CVT automatic six-speed transmission. With some weaker variant is also possible to get a six-speed manual transmission.

The iM’s sole engine is a 1.8-liter gas-powered four-cylinder. If that sounds familiar, it’s because it’s the same 2ZR-FAE engine found in the Corolla Eco model, and features continuously-variable valve timing and lift. With 137 horsepower, the iM cedes 3 ponies to its Toyota sibling, although we don’t know if the torque figures are the same. Fuel economy, estimated at 37 mpg highway, is actually 2 mpg better than the Corolla Eco.

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