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Scion Service Boost is more than a complimentary maintenance plan. It's freedom to take to the road knowing that your Scion will receive proper care by trained technicians using Genuine Scion Parts, and that you'll receive roadside assistance should you need it during the coverage period.[2]


Scion Service Boost includes:
◦Normal factory-recommended maintenance services[3] up to 2 years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first
◦Complimentary 24-Hour Roadside Assistance[4] for up to 2 years[5] from the date of purchase
◦Maintenance performed by trained technicians who know your vehicle the best, using Genuine Scion Parts
◦Service reminders mailed to you prior to your next scheduled service
 

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Actually its higher then most other brands. This is a maintenance warranty, not your typical powertrain/bumper to bumper mechanical warranty.

x2. At this price point, what other brands offer free maintenance anyway? I'm curious to know.
 

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This probably helps them more, folks on a budget big enough to buy one of these, it leaves them without much to worry about for the next couple years. Good incentive.


And that's one of the main reasons to buy a new inexpensive car under warranty -- guaranteed costs thanks to the warranty. Really helps budgeting.
 

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yes.

much unlike say... buying a used car and you are in no way mechanically inclined where you don't know what could go wrong and when and when things happen... who knows what it'll cost and how long it'll take.

predictable and affordable ownership is key

Exactly. A buddy of mine bought an 8 year old BMW 5-Series a few months back. Then he was wacked with $8,000 USD in unexpected repairs, on an only 8 year old car. You just never know. The Scion iA guarantees my transportation costs will stay low.
 
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