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Find the right tires for your Scion

Founded in 2003, Scion was a division of Toyota that was absorbed back into the company in 2016. Meant to appeal to younger customers, Scion built inexpensive, stylish, and sport compact vehicles.

Currently known as the Toyota 86, the Scion FR-S was introduced in 2012. Combining sleek looks and high-end performance, the Scion FR-S is at its best when paired with performance-oriented all-season tires that are common from brands like Cooper, Hankook, and Michelin.

Introduced in 2015, the Scion iA was a four-door sedan that was rebranded into the Toyota Yaris iA in 2016. Offering drivers strong performance and a surprisingly comfortable ride, the iA was commonly paired with all-season tires from performance-oriented brands like Nexen and Toyo.

The Scion iM was a hatchback that debuted in 2014. Rebranded as the Toyota Corolla iM, the Scion iM often used all-season tires from industry leading brands like Bridgestone, Michelin, and Pirelli.

A compact car, the Scion tC debuted in 2005 and was discontinued in 2016. Scion's best-selling model, the tC often rolled out of the factory with all-season tires from Toyo.

Known for its boxy design, the Scion xB was a compact car that was available from 2003 to 2015. Scion's most popular model in the United Stated until 2011, the xB was frequently paired with all-season tires from brands like Falken, Hankook, and Kumho.

Order Scion Tires Online

Buying tires online can be a stressful process, but it really doesn't need to be. SimpleTire offers a simple approach to finding the tires that are best for you and your Scion. Select your Scion vehicle below, then tell us a few more things such as year and trim level to determine your tie size. From there, we'll show you tires that fit your vehicle and are the best match based on performance characteristics, but you can also look for the best value tires, tires that are on sale or part of a promo, have the longest tread life, and much more.