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Service and Repair of Scion Vehicles

Whatever Scion you drive, it should be serviced by mechanics who are professionally trained and well qualified to maintain or repair any Scion car or SUV. We use OEM or better parts and provide you with peace-of-mind. Here at RCI Jeep & 4x4 in Melbourne our ASE Certified mechanics have the right training and diagnostic equipment to get your Scion general repairs and maintenance as well as warranty work done RIGHT the first time. We will answer your questions and let you know if there are big maintenance items coming up so you can budget for them if need be. Our technicians only use quality OEM parts combined with exceptional customer service.

Some top Scion cars we service include the iA, tC, FR-S, Fuse and the bbX models.

Join our Melbourne drivers in choosing a team that will service your Scion with the care it deserves providing you with many years of driving like new for longer. True maintenance done right will ensure you have fewer costs and more quality time behind the wheel and on the road. Our team of highly qualified technicians has the diagnostic equipment and the training, as well as experience, to get any service, maintenance, or warranty work required done promptly and efficiently. Trust our team at RCI Jeep & 4x4 in Melbourne with any sort of repair or maintenance you need and enjoy the exceptional customer service that comes with your vehicle's service. We always use OEM quality parts, and we specialize in excellent customer service. Next time your Scion is in need of maintenance or repair, call or stop by RCI Jeep & 4x4 and see us.

Scion Fun Facts: Scion existed from 2003 to 2016 as a subsidiary of Toyota and was created to market a unique lineup of cars and SUVs toward younger customers. Offering a huge variety of trim packages and customization options, low retail prices, and modern styling, Scion vehicles were initially popular and sales were high. As a concept, Scion was unique; it offered reliable, stylish cars at the lowest price possible, and allowed a market presence of some vehicles that were previously unavailable to American consumers. With Scion, you get Toyota reliability, coupled with far more aesthetic appeal. Even though the Scion name was discontinued, Toyota simply absorbed the company and continues to manufacture Scion models with the Toyota logo.

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