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Scion Announces Pricing On 2014 tC and iQ

Also Reveals The 10 Series Edition Models

William Maley
by William Maley
May 9, 2013
2 min. Reading Time

Scion has revealed the pricing on the new 2014 tC coupe and iQ minicar.

We’ll start with the 2014 tC coupe. Introduced at the 2013 New York Auto Show, the 2014 tC brings forth a more aggressive design, tweaked suspension to make it much more sporty, and a new “BeSpoke” premium audio system. Prices start at $19,210 for the six-speed manual model and $20,210 for the six-speed automatic model.

Next is the 2014 iQ which mostly remains mostly the same aside from a new touchscreen radio. Prices for the 2014 iQ start at $15,565.

Both models arrive at Scion dealerships in June.


Scion also revealed the 2014 10 Series Edition lineup. The 10 Series Edition marks the tenth anniversary of Scion as a brand in the U.S. Like previous special edition models, the 10 Series Editions are offered in a unique paint (silver ignition in this case), silver seat belts, a 6.1-inch touchscreen radio, and unique exterior and interior touches for each model. Scion will be producing a total of 10,000 10 Series Edition models.

Here’s a 10 Series Edition model breakdown:

xB 10 Series Edition models come equipped with projector beam headlights,, sixteen-inch graphite gray alloy wheels, LED accent lighting, and a number of small touches here and there. Prices start at $19,210 for models equipped with a manual and $20,160 for models equipped with an automatic.

xD 10 Series Edition models are equipped with sixteen-inch graphite gray alloy wheels, an electroluminescent panel above the radio, seats with premium stitching, and other small touches. Prices begin at $18,155 for models equipped with a manual and $18,995 for models equipped with an automatic.

tC 10 Series Edition models will be equipped with LED accent lighting, eighteen-inch gloss dark gray alloy wheels, and a side skirt with a Scion badge among other touches. A Scion tC 10 Series Edition will set you back $21,440 for a manual transmission and $22,440 for a automatic transmission.

iQ 10 Series Edition models will have projector-beam headlights, sixteen-inch graphite gray alloy wheels, and two electroluminescent panels on the center console to name a few of the features. The Scion iQ 10 Series Edition starts at $17,850.

Finally we get to the FR-S 10 Series Edition which will come equipped with dual automatic climate control, HID headlights, LED DRL accent lighting, seventeen-inch wheels, and a frameless rearview mirror. Pricing for the FR-S 10 Series Edition begins at $27,425 for a manual transmission model and $28,675 for a automatic transmission model.



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