|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|10-08-2015 01:01 PM|
|Moe||I highly doubt it will slow down, it's a segment that pulls buyers in from segments around it, so with one vehicle you target a wide range of people that almost ensures success of the product.|
|10-08-2015 10:16 AM|
There's already so many options out there.
|10-06-2015 12:48 PM|
Glad to see this broken down into numbers. Just goes to show that Scion is finally on the right track with making vehicles that people actually want in mass numbers and not just something for a small group.
The real test will be seeing how sales will hold up in the long run.
|10-06-2015 11:13 AM|
Quote:In its first month on sale Scion says they moved 2,053 iA's, beating the iM by some 700 units for the title of top Scion.
|10-06-2015 10:22 AM|
|IHazCheeseburger||Which one of the Scion releases is more popular? The iM or the iA?|
|10-05-2015 12:49 PM|
|Scion iA News||
Scion iA: Most Sold Scion in September
Thanks to the iM and iA Scion was the fastest growing automaker in the US during September 2015. Since the iM and iA officially went on sale September 1st they have grown Scions sales up some 57%.
Yes its easy to post big YoY growth numbers when your performance over the past year has been lackluster, but that certainly doesn't take away from the buzz the new Scions have caused.
Just how important were the iM and iA to Scion? Tim Cain from Good Car Bad Car writes that together, the two new Scions account for 52% of the brands total September volume.
In its first month on sale Scion says they moved 2,053 iA's, beating the iM by some 700 units for the title of top Scion.
Now the only question is, can Scion keep it up through October?