Scion makes a historical move during this year New York Auto Show. The young brand announced the introduction of its first sporty sedan, called the iA. The 2016 Scion iA is a subcompact four-door model, build by Mazda and based on the Mazda2 sedan. 
The basic ingredients of the car are a high-strength body structure, quick-revving, high-compression 1.5-liter engine with 106 hp; choice of 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmissions; standard 16-inch alloy wheels, and manufacturer-estimated fuel economy ratings of 33 city / 42 highway / 37 combined mpg.  
The new Scion sedan will arrive in dealerships this fall for an estimated price of $16,000-range. That’s the money for a standard model equipped with Low-speed Pre-collision safety system and 7-inch multi-media system with voice activation.
Features like cruise control and power windows, locks and exterior mirrors are also standard, while the sporty steering wheel has control switches for the audio and standard Bluetooth.