Dew said:I know they're as many Scions are there are flies in the IE area, but as soon as I get out towards Vegas, or Havisu you hardly ever see one. This area is just infested with them
IIRC the overall breakdown by model, over all 3 years, is about 20% xA, 40% xB, and 40%tC... (The mix last year was about 18% xA, 35% xB, and 47%tC...)Factories in Japan are working overtime to satisfy demand. Scion sales this year may reach 140,000, up from 98,541 a year ago. Yet the three youth-oriented models are not expected to become high-volume sellers.
To retain exclusivity, Press expects annual Scion sales to peak at about 150,000.
That means the xB sold about 45,600 in 2004 and about 54,000 in 2005. I can't find projected 2006 sales broken down by model. Scion sold more cars then they thought they could build in 2005 - 156,485 units when their 'target' number was only 140,000.Scion reported best-ever December sales with 12,457 units sold. The Scion xB urban utility vehicle recorded a best-ever December with 4,341 units, up 13.4 percent, with year-end sales totaling 54,037, an increase of 15.3 percent over 2004. The tC sports coupe had a best-ever December of 5,724 units sold, with year-end sales reaching 74,415 units, an increase of 166.0 percent over 2004. The xA subcompact posted a best-ever December with 2,392 units sold, an increase of 19.6 percent; xA year-end sales reached 28,033 units, up 16.3 percent from last year.