This could be the very happy pairing of cars at the Niedermeyer household. Our respective heights are about the same. But I’d probably squeeze in and borrow hers once in a while…
Me and Mini Me?
I’d use that for the headline, but I know someone who might not be too thrilled with that.
I hadn’t realised the Scion was that big! Always pictured it more as a sort of FIAT Panda size car
It’s really more of a micro-van, with conventional rear doors. The passenger space in all the vital stats is as big in the front and back as a Chevy Tahoe, less some width. The luggage space is very small.
splateagle: Here’s a good frame of comparison (click it for full size)
thanks! That helps… I’ll revise my internal translation file for the xB from Panda-like to Doblo-like 🙂
Baffling that Toyota don’t sell them here – there’s a thriving market for that kind of car this side of the pond
WOW a bigger greenhouse than a Caddy quite a few of these Toyota XB things about here too all ex JDM
I never really paid attention to the first gen Xb until the second gen came around. What were they thinking??
Oddly, after ignoring them for so long, I’ve narrowed my “new” car choices down to the 1g Xb or Nissan Xterra to replace my Cherokee..
I wrote one of the very first reviews of the gen1 Xb, a bit of a shot heard round the world:
I had to read that twice.. Yes!
I knew there was a reason for not being able to find an un-molested first gen.
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