2006 Scion xB
89,076 Miles | Honolulu, HI
$8,999
est. $130/mo

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2006 Scion xB
131,643 Miles | Beaverton, OR
$6,666
est. $96/mo

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2006 Scion xB
144,389 Miles | Hillsboro, OR
$2,999
est. $43/mo

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2006 Scion xB
62,764 Miles | Plymouth, IN
$4,995
est. $72/mo

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2006 Scion xB
180,882 Miles | Indianapolis, IN
$3,995
est. $58/mo

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2006 Scion xB
186,178 Miles | Tarboro, NC
$3,838
est. $55/mo

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2006 Scion xB
99,888 Miles | Philadelphia, PA
$5,495
est. $79/mo

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2006 Scion xB
263,541 Miles | Stillwater, MN
$1,899
est. $27/mo

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2006 Scion xB
137,798 Miles | Centennial, CO
$5,399
est. $78/mo

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2006 Scion xB
91,547 Miles | Chantilly, VA
$5,770
est. $83/mo

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2006 Scion xB
111,537 Miles | Mc Minnville, OR
$5,581
est. $80/mo

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2006 Scion xB
87,624 Miles | San Francisco, CA
$5,988
est. $86/mo

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2006 Scion xB
142,097 Miles | Aurora, CO
$5,400
est. $78/mo

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2006 Scion xB
49,353 Miles | Port Charlotte, FL
$5,901
est. $85/mo

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2006 Scion xB
190,273 Miles | Grimesland, NC
$3,995
est. $58/mo

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2006 Scion xB
106,938 Miles | Memphis, TN
$5,550
est. $80/mo

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2006 Scion xB
119,733 Miles | Federal Way, WA
$5,495
est. $79/mo

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2006 Scion xB
113,819 Miles | Union City, GA
$4,800
est. $69/mo

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2006 Scion xB
101,177 Miles | Eastlake, OH
$4,950
est. $71/mo

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2006 Scion xB
143,496 Miles | Carrollton, TX
$7,995
est. $115/mo

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2006 Scion xB Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0

2006 Scion xB Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2006 Scion xB - A great all-around Millennial car

April
Springfield, Missouri
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
Quality: Even for an older car that has had a previous owner, all the interior items are not worn and all work, such as the doorknobs, climate control. Looks: I get compliments all the time about how my car looks really cool. I like the fact that it looks like the range rover and the ford flex in the right light. Performance: It has lots of get up and go and it can pass other drivers quickly. It also handles corners very smoothly and easily. Reliability: I have owned this car for almost two years, I have put over 20,000 miles on it and I have no rattles, shimmies or shakes. I starts up each time and with no delay. Transmission type: It is a standard transmission. It shifts between gears very smoothly and the clutch has a nice solid feel to it. It is easy to change gears without grindin... (more)
Story
One day while we were out running errands, we opened the back door/tailgate of the car and myself, my husband and our toddler all sat on the tailgate and ate lunch and listened to music out of the speakers. The unique setup of the back storage area made it very comfortable and just like we were all sitting on a truck tailgate.
Pros
Size: It is small enough that it can park in small parking spaces, it can maneuver in and out of traffic well. Gas mileage: I get around 20-22 miles a gallon and I use the premium gasoline. Longevity: The car has held up well for me and the previous owner with nothing broken at all inside. No major work ever done to it. Speedometer: In this year model, the speedometer is in the middle of the dash board, keeping it in easy view. You do not have to look down to look at it, it is in the drivers line of sight when watching the road.
Cons
The back latch that opens the truck: It broke off when my husband pulled on it. It is a very common issue in these cars. Exclusivity: There are so many of them on the road in my town that it makes me feel very common, like I am not a cool elite person. The slope of the front windshield makes it more common than other cars to have the windshield break or crack due to rocks and debris hitting it.

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)

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