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The Scion Release Series 7.0 xB Drops - Damd-est Thing

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Mar 1, 2010

Scion's xB Release Series 7.0 is dressed to impress with a JDM-approved four-piece DAMD bodykit, including front and rear lower lips along with side skirts. The hip-to-be-square urban hauler is painted in a distinctive color appropriately named Murasaki, which means purple in Japanese.

One of the most distinctive features of the xB RS 7.0 is the TRD sport muffler that exits out the center of the DAMD rear lip. The exhaust system features twin double-walled tips and is specifically designed in conjunction with the DAMD rear lip to give the xB a sporty appearance and a sound that can only be found on this particular Release Series ride. The look is further enhanced by TRD lowering springs that bring the ride height down more than an inch and a color-keyed rear spoiler that will be available as an option.

The interior of the xB RS 7.0 features exclusive black fabric seats with color-tuned highlights that complement the car's exterior. The driver is also treated to a leather-wrapped RAZO GT Formula Spec shift knob. The RS 7.0 will be limited to 2,000 copies, each individually numbered via stainless steel badges. The bottom line on the wallet tallies $18,320 with a manual transmission and $19,270 with an automatic.

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