WASHINGTON – Despite the initial wild popularity of the Scion xB, the newest automotive brand in the U.S. is hedging from its initial sales projections of 100,000 units annually, once the brand’s three vehicles are launched on a national basis. Instead, the 75,000-100,000-unit range may be more realistic, Scion Vice President Jim Farley tells Ward’s. Scion xA isn’t meeting expectations. That’s because of a softening of the coupe market coinciding with the launch of its third and ...
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