2006 Scion xB
116,647 Miles | Freehold, NJ
$5,288
Est $76/mo

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2006 Scion xB
105,618 Miles | Lynnwood, WA
$5,600
Est $81/mo

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2006 Scion xB
80,783 Miles | Morristown, TN
$7,469
Est $108/mo

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2006 Scion xB
210,736 Miles | Richmond, VA
$2,991
Est $43/mo

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2006 Scion xB
133,811 Miles | Tucson, AZ
$6,995
Est $101/mo

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2006 Scion xB
98,774 Miles | Woodland, CA
$6,500
Est $94/mo

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2006 Scion xB
122,832 Miles | Tucson, AZ
$4,700
Est $68/mo

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2006 Scion xB
153,562 Miles | Irvine, CA
$5,450
Est $79/mo

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2006 Scion xB
135,209 Miles | Nixa, MO
$5,999
Est $86/mo

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2006 Scion xB
211,314 Miles | Grand Rapids, MI
$3,500
Est $50/mo

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2006 Scion xB
210,625 Miles | Salem, OR
$5,171
Est $75/mo

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2006 Scion xB
182,640 Miles | Charlotte, NC
$4,500
Est $65/mo

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2006 Scion xB
143,299 Miles | Jacksonville, NC
$8,997
Est $130/mo

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2006 Scion xB
112,929 Miles | Exton, PA
$6,888
Est $99/mo

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2006 Scion xB
100,810 Miles | Framingham, MA
$5,217
Est $75/mo

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2006 Scion xB
179,318 Miles | Indianapolis, IN
$3,950
Est $57/mo

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2006 Scion xB
111,001 Miles | West Valley City, UT
$4,975
Est $72/mo

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2006 Scion xB
142,968 Miles | Mechanicsburg, PA
$4,995
Est $72/mo

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2006 Scion xB
107,353 Miles | Freehold, NJ
$4,995
Est $72/mo

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2006 Scion xB
185,419 Miles | Mansfield, OH
$3,391
Est $49/mo

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2006 Scion xB Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.5

2006 Scion xB Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2006 Scion xB - Great urban car.

Sarah
Chicago, Illinois
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
In 2008, the Scion xB got renewed into more of a small SUV. My 2006 Scion xB is a small city car that happens to have a lot of room behind the front seats. It's got a four-cylinder, Toyota Corolla engine, so it's great on gas mileage but not great on power. As an avid cyclist, I love that I can fit two adult bikes in the back without removing any wheels. This has been great for road trips when we could venture away from the car to grab some food or walk off the ride and have no worries about our bikes. We wouldn't be able to do that with an external bike rack.
Story
My sister in law was visiting us in the city and had trouble finding parking for her Honda Civic. There was a spot pretty close, but she couldn't fit the Civic in there. I pulled my xB out of our permit spot and right into the street spot that her Civic was too big for.
Pros
I love the size of this vehicle. It's shorter than most sedans, which is great for city parking, but it's got enough interior room for four people to be comfortable on a long road trip. It's got a lot of room to get comfortable in the back seats. It gets great gas mileage and is way cheaper than any hybrid that beats its efficiency. This car is ten years old, but the stereo is still solid, and the auxiliary port is an awesome perk for a car this old and cheap.
Cons
The rear hatch handle is cheap, and you'll see that most xBs this old either have them replaced or have them taped on. Mine lasted nine years, but I pulled it right off on a cold winter night. If you're at all handy, you can buy a replacement on Amazon for ~$20. Some of the interior hardware is relatively cheap as well. I've broken the pull-tabs to fold down the back seats and now need needle-nose pliers to get the job done, but they both lasted over eight years. My wife dislikes that there's no elbow rest between the front seats. I know that I could have added it to the car but haven't to... (more)

2006 Scion xB - Reliable First Car

KH
Lexington, Kentucky
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
This car is great if you're looking to keep it for several years and drive it many miles. The interior is, surprisingly, extremely spacious. As a college student, I have moved a lot in the time that I have owned the car, and have been able to haul all of my belongings when the rear seats are folded down! The electronics and lights inside have held up extremely well over time and most of the upholstery looks brand new, still. The car handles well and performs very well in snow. The insurance rate is low because the car is classified as a "wagon." The fuel economy is great. I have driven this car a lot, over 150,000 miles, and can usually drive very long distances (over 4 hours) on one tank of gas. The look of the car is unique and I get lots of compliments on it. With regular maintenanc... (more)
Story
I like taking the car to the drive in movie theater and laying down the seat in the back to watch with the hatch open.
Pros
The stock stereo is great quality, the look of the car is unique, the upholstery of the car has held up exceptionally well, the engine has performed very well, drives great in snow, is extremely spacious on the inside.
Cons
Has had some issues with wheel bearings and tires, but I have after market rims, which is likely the issue. The interior is now somewhat outdated, but that is to be expected when the car is several years old.

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