I am going to partially disagree with the prevailing wisdom here.
No, I am not advocating that you pay to transport a 7 year old vehicle to another continent.
However, some people are employed by companies that will provide free or subsidized auto transport for their employees who relocate to another continent. So–it is possible that the cost might not be prohibitive, depending on your employment status.
That being said, I doubt that your vehicle would be the only one of this type in Norway, although it might be the only one bearing the Scion name. While the Scion name is apparently unique to the US, Toyota markets the same vehicle on other continents under other names.
In Europe, this same vehicle is marketed as the Daihatsu Materia (Toyota owns all or part of the Daihatsu company). So, except for the nameplate, it is very likely that the same vehicle is known in Norway.
Anyone who thinks that Toyota has designed and geared up to manufacture this vehicle for sale in only one country is not considering the worldwide marketing skill of that company and their tendency to sell the exact same model worldwide, albeit under different names, and with the occasional slight difference in trim.