Pontiac Information:In 2002, Japanese automaker Toyota introduced its new subbrand - Scion. This car company was started to attract a younger generation of drivers, and it met instant success. The first two vehicles - the xA and xB were initially only released in California in 2004, but the brand quickly expanded across the U.S. Not only did these models bring a fresh, new design concept to the automotive world, but they also offered high-quality sound systems as a standard option and they're fuel efficient and affordable as well.
Just one year after Scion debuted its first vehicles, the tC sports coupe was added to the family. This car's design is not as bold as that of the xB, but it excels under the hood with more power and performance than the other models. Scion stands out among other car companies because it does not have multiple trim levels for its vehicles. Rather, drivers are able to customize their vehicles when they buy them new. This means most used models will have any number of features and accessories.
Aside from the new high-performance FR-S, all Scion models start at under $20,000, which means used versions will be even more affordable. Those in the market for a fun used car can head over to New Jersey State Auto Auction, which carries a variety of makes and models, including a number of Scions. Every car on the lot is CARFAX certified as well, so drivers know they'll be getting behind the wheel of a reliable ride when they shop at NJ Auto Auction.