Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 24. Chapters: Scion xB, Nissan Cube, Ford Transit Connect, Volkswagen up!, Toyota Avanza, Opel Combo, Suzuki MR Wagon, Suzuki Aerio, Peugeot Partner, Opel Agila, Renault Modus, Elect'road, Ford Fusion, Lancia Musa, Toyota Ractis, Nissan Note, Toyota bB, Hyundai Lavita, Ford Tourneo Connect, Mini MPV, Daihatsu Pyzar, Suzuki APV, Daihatsu Materia, Kia Venga, Toyota Sienta, Mitsubishi Maven, Honda Capa, Hyundai ix20, Leisure activity vehicle, Toyota Yaris Verso, Daihatsu YRV, Honda Mobilio, Toyota Porte. Excerpt: The Scion xB is a vehicle made by Toyota for the United States market and sold under their youth-oriented Scion brand. It is a box-shaped, 5-door compact hatchback. The first-generation xB was a lightly modified and rebadged version of the Japanese-market subcompact Toyota bB. It was a small station wagon based on the Toyota Echo/Yaris platform. The xB was one of two models in the lineup of Toyota's US-exclusive Scion division present at the brand's 2004 launch, the other being the xA, based on the Toyota ist. Only the first generation models for both the xB and bB are related. Second generation models are based upon different platforms. To create the first generation xB, the bB was modified from right- to left-hand drive, the front passenger area was also changed significantly with the bB's front bench seat replaced with bucket seats and the column-mounted shifter changed to a floor-mounted shifter. The available drivetrains also differed. The bB was available with either the 1.3 L I4 2NZ-FE engine or the 1.5 L 1NZ-FE, mated exclusively to a 4-speed automatic transmission with available all wheel drive. The xB was only available with the 1NZ-FE that produced 108 hp (81 kW) and 105 lb ft (142 N m) in US spec, but offered both a 4-speed automatic or a 5-speed manual transmission. All-wheel drive was not offered on the xB. Th...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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