2014 Scion tC starts from 19,210 USD

2014 Scion tC 28.3.2013
2014 Scion tC 28.3.2013

Without 755 USD destination charge

Scion has released pricing details for the revised 2014 tC, following the model's debut earlier this year at New York Auto Show.

It starts from 19,210 USD for the model equipped with a six-speed manual transmission or from 20,210 USD if you opt for the revised six-speed automatic gearbox which benefits from Dynamic Rev Management technology and promises to change gears faster. Both prices do not include the 755 USD destination charges.

Power comes from a four-cylinder, 2.5-liter engine producing 179 bhp (133 kW), while other changes include a tweaked suspension with new shock absorbers and stabilizer bar, an optimized electronic power steering system and different upholstery. Inside we also find a new audio system with a 6.1-inch touchscreen display or an optional premium sound system with GPS and internet access through smartphone.

Scion says deliveries will commence next month.

Source: Scion

2014 Scion tC

The 2014 tC debuted at the New York International Auto Show with more assertive styling, an upgraded interior and an enhanced driving experience. Distinctive headlamps, a muscular grille and LED accent lighting add to the sportier look. The updated automatic transmission changes gears nearly twice as fast as the previous model and now features Dynamic Rev Management technology. Additional modifications to the stabilizer bar hardware, shock absorbers and retuned electronic power steering provide a more engaging feeling behind the wheel.

The tC also comes with the all-new Scion Standard Display Audio, featuring a 6.1-inch LCD touchscreen, Bluetooth® compatibility, HD Radio™ technology and steering wheel-mounted controls.

The MSRP for the Scion tC will be $20,210 for the automatic transmission model and $19,210 for the manual transmission. It will begin arriving in dealerships beginning in June.

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Siawa Siawa
This is getting way too pricey. The main attraction to this car was it's decent prize for 'exotic' looks (v1).
May 10th, 2013 7:58pm
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tomi.ro tomi.ro
scumbag auto corporations. hyundai/kia were the ones increasing the most their prices. mimicking other brands, just decided to make more money
May 10th, 2013 9:02pm
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mr_benoman mr_benoman
you got that right....what a terrible design..like leftovers of a leftover 86
May 10th, 2013 10:07am
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tomi.ro tomi.ro
ugly car. weird proportions. drunk designers
May 10th, 2013 12:12am
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