Scion xA Wiper Blade Sizes (2004-2006)

Your Scion xA may be small in size, but it still needs big protection when it comes to visibility on the road. Don’t let a sudden downpour catch you off guard with worn-out wiper blades that can barely clear your windshield. Squinting to see through streaks and smears is not only frustrating, but it’s also dangerous.

Upgrading your xA’s wiper blades is easy with our comprehensive sizing guide below. We’ve got the exact lengths you need for your specific model year, so you can get back to enjoying your nimble little ride with confidence. And if you’re wondering what brand of wipers Scion owners trust most for long-lasting performance, we’ve got that info as well.

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Scion xA Wiper Blade Size Chart

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About the Scion xA

The Scion xA, a subcompact hatchback, was one of the two inaugural models launched by Toyota’s youth-oriented Scion brand in 2003, alongside the xB. The xA was designed to appeal to younger buyers looking for an affordable, stylish, and fuel-efficient vehicle. It was based on the Toyota Ist, which was sold in Japan, and was manufactured at Toyota’s plant in Japan.

The xA was powered by a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produced 103 horsepower and 101 lb-ft of torque. It was available with either a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic transmission.

The xA’s exterior design was characterized by its compact size, rounded edges, and simple yet modern lines. Inside, the xA offered a surprisingly spacious cabin for its size, with room for up to five passengers. It featured a minimalist dashboard design and a variety of standard features, including air conditioning, power windows and locks, and a Pioneer audio system.

Safety features on the xA included antilock brakes, electronic brakeforce distribution, and front seat side airbags. The xA received good crash test ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

The Scion xA competed with other subcompact cars such as the Honda Fit, Nissan Versa, and Kia Rio. These vehicles offered similar affordability, fuel efficiency, and practicality.

In 2006, the Scion xA was replaced by the Scion xD, which offered a more updated design and a larger engine. During its relatively short three-year run, the Scion xA served as an important model for Scion, helping to establish the brand’s reputation for offering quirky, youthful, and practical vehicles at an affordable price point.

The xA’s success paved the way for future Scion models and contributed to Toyota’s efforts to attract younger buyers to the brand.

See Also: Scion xD wiper blade sizes, Scion tC wiper blade sizes