2012 Scion tC: Video Road Test and Review
The Scion tC is a two door five passenger sport compact, powered by a direct injected 2.5 Liter four cylinder that produces a maximum output of 180 HP and 173 lb-ft of torque to the front wheels and returns an estimated 23 MPG in the city and as much as 31 MPG on the highway. Starting at $19,35 for a manually shifted Scion and $20,305 for an automatic, all tCs come equipped with quite convenient remote keyless entry, power windows and locks as well as a tilting and telescoping leather wrapped multifunction steering wheel with cruise control. On the inside, the Scion tC comes with a set of sport buckets up front and a 60/40 split reclining rear bench, while a standard Pioneer audio system that includes HD Radio, iTunes tagging, Pandora Internet radio, optional Sirius XM Satellite radio and Bluetooth wireless connectivity provides the in car entertainment along with a USB port with iPod connectivity and auxiliary inputs for digital audio storage devices as well as a panoramic glass roof with integrated power tilt and slide moon roof opens up the interior like a skylight.
On the outside Scion tCs gets high tech bodywork like a pair of projector beam headlamps, side mirrors with built in turn signals as well as a set of 18 inch alloys to go along with the chrome exhaust tip and bold sculpted fenders. The Scion tC also comes equipped with seat mounted as well as knee airbags for the passengers riding up front and side curtain airbags to protect all occupants, and in the event of any minor scrapes, Scion has tC owners taken care of with a first aid kit. Not to mention that the tC was chosen as a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
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