Based or cringe? Considering getting a manual with 51,000 miles on it
>>24872720Scions are secretly based anon.
Had a 2nd gen tC, good car. Girls thought it was cute, it got good enough gas mileage and was very reliable. It’s not a sports car and it doesn’t have a ton of storage space or passenger room. I’d still recommend it over a Corolla because it looks sweet and Scion was badass. I also had an xB.
Really cheap interior. Like, cheaper than a Corolla. If you don't mind plastic rattling and lots of highway noise they are fun to drive.
>>24872720Great car, reliable, got great gas mileage and a hatchback as well. You could even get it in a manuel if you want to row your own gears.
2 door camryin other words, nice
>>24872720Elantra Sport/Kia Koup is a way better alternative especially if you're considering used, they're faster than the K24s lmao.
>>24873084>Buying an asian car with German reliability
>>24873173hyundai is really mitsubishi engineering that hyundai cut corners on
>>24873084>gets stolen in your path
>>24872720I see a lot of them owned by people that mod them and it puzzles me because>slower than an FRS>uglier than an FRS>about the same back seat / trunk space as an FRS>2010's ones only cost like 3k less than an FRS on the used marketwhy not just get an FRS? I mean it'll be slow too but at least it looks a hell of a lot cooler and less like a boxy sedan with two doors.
>>24874980yeah just save a little bit more. If you can push it a year that frs is possible
>>24874980>about the same back seat / trunk space as an FRSTrunk space is massive because once you fold down the rear seats its a hatch as opposed to the frs coupe. Rear seat space is also larger.
>>24872720Love mine. Quick enough for me, 2 doors is best doors, tons of room in the back and has a hatch. Mines an auto but I can only see it being better in manual. Like others have said not really a sports car but it is still about as fun a practical car as you can find.