Used 2014 SciontC Base Coupe

  • VIN: JTKJF5C76E3066804
  • Stock: RT00287A
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Odometer
56,501 miles
Fuel Economy
23.0/31.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Magnetic Gray
Interior Color
Dark Charcoal
Body/Seating
Coupe/5 seats
Transmission
6 speed automatic
Drivetrain
front-wheel
Engine
2.5L I-4 cyl
Scion tC
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Highlighted Features

  • Power moonroof
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Steering wheel mounted audio controls
  • Alloy wheels

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Only 56,481 Miles! Boasts 31 Highway MPG and 23 City MPG! This Scion tC boasts a Regular Unleaded I-4 2.5 L/152 engine powering it's smooth transmission. Variable Intermittent Wipers, Tires: P225/45R18 AS, Tailgate/Rear Door Lock Included w/Power Door Locks.

This Scion tC Comes Equipped with These Options
Strut Front Suspension w/Coil Springs, Steel Spare Wheel, Single Stainless Steel Exhaust w/Chrome Tailpipe Finisher, Side Impact Beams, Remote Releases -Inc: Mechanical Fuel, Remote Keyless Entry w/Integrated Key Transmitter, Illuminated Entry and Panic Button, Rear Cupholder, Radio: Scion Standard Audio -inc: 8 speakers, 300 watt maximum output, Bluetooth hands-free connectivity and streaming audio capability, iPod connectivity, Advanced Sound Retriever (ASR), subwoofer RCA output and steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, Radio w/Seek-Scan, Clock and Radio Data System, Power 1st Row Windows w/Driver 1-Touch Up/Down.

The Experts' Verdict...
As reported by The Manufacturer Summary: With its sporty design including projector beam headlamps and LED accent lights, and a variety of customizable options, the 2014 Scion tC is a coupe that should not be passed up. The tC is easily distinguishable by its unique design. Its panoramic glass roof with front power tilt and sliding moonroof is more than one could ask for in this sporty coupe. Additionally, redesigned 18-inch alloy wheels and chrome-tipped exhaust ports, optional spoiler, mudguards, and fog lights can be added as well. The tC operates with a 2.5L DOHC 160-valve four-cylinder engine. With the power of 179 horses at 6,000RPM and 172lb-ft. of torque at 4,100RPM, the tC is without a doubt a fun ride. It also comes available with a six-speed manual or automatic transmission with dynamic rev management allowing for downshifting with ease. Whether the tC is used for hauling people, cargo, or a combination of the two, its unique seats easily adjust to accommodate the need. Drivers will appreciate the memory setting for the seat that automatically adjusts back to previous settings after letting a passenger into the rear. The leather-trimmed tilt/telescopic steering wheel with audio controls ensure your hands will not leave the wheel. The 2014 tC offers enhanced shock damping, reduced noise and stability brackets. Optional interior features include an auto-dimming mirror, illuminated door sills, and Scion remote engine start. The 160-watt Pioneer Audio System with touch screen, standard in 2014, plays CDs, a wide variety of digital music and is iPod ready. For the audiophile, an upgrade to the BeSpoke audio system is available. The Scion tC also has a Star Safety System, airbags, and lower anchors and tethers for children.

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KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.5Out of 5
  • Reliable, but falls short in just a few things.

    By Mike on Wednesday, January 18, 2012

    4.0
    First let me start off by saying this is my first review of a car I have owned. The first thing I will start off with the exterior. I think the exterior is the best part of the car! Its sporty with a lot of attitude. I have the optional spoiler which I really like, even though it has no performance value to a FWD car. I do wish the car had standard privacy glass, none of the windows are tinted, and it doesn't make you feel very cool. haha The rims are fantastic, no need to ever change those, as they are already 18 inches! The interior is just a tad bland. This is mainly due to the fact is is supposed to be affordable. I have the upgraded ALPINE stereo, which makes the whole car shake, and I don't have any subwoofers! The steering wheel and the driving position are great, the thick steering wheel really add the the sport feel of the car. Now on to the performance. Lets just say the car has more bark than bite. The 180 hp 4 cylinder get the job done, but not in a straight race. I have the 6 speed automatic, and its about 8 seconds 0-60, which I would say is below average for this car category. The cornering is fantastic, and I have just the stock wheels and tires. Lets just say I can hit an off ramp on the toll road at 70 and there is just a little squeek from the tires. Needless to say this is more of a track car rather than a drag car, and let me just say, its really neither of those. The car is perfect for any teenager to young adult who wants to look cool, without completely breaking the bank, and not wanting to waste a lot of money on gas. I personally get around a 25 mpg average when I am in town, and when I decide to have a little fun with it, right around 20 with hard acceleration. Hope this helps any potential Buyers!!!
  • Much improved handling over previous years model!

    By Hogs on Friday, October 25, 2013

    5.0
    I have about 2000 miles on my new 2014 Scion tC manual transmission and here are some of my impressions: For 2014 Scion made several changes to the tC: New front and rear bodywork (Looks good to me, although a departure from the previous look, it looks more like the FR-S now) Upgraded steering and suspension improvements have made this car handle amazingly well for a FWD car. Stereo is touchscreen now (I actually prefer non touch screen but this is where the industry is going) The sound is very clear and strong from the Pioneer stereo. The engine is Camry reliable, in fact CR rated Scion as the most reliable brand made. Gas mpg so far after 2 months is 28.0 mpg average in mix city/highway frequently with the a/c or defrost on (defrost runs the a/c compressor). Mpg should continue to increase as the engine gets broken in, and it runs on regular gas. The manual transmission shifts easily with crisp engagement from gear to gear, throws are a bit long but not bad. We just had days of endless rain here and this thing sticks to the road even on rain soaked roads/I was flying around corners and turns and it never lost grip. The new 18 inch wheels look great and hide brake dust as they are partially black. The interior is very roomy, can seat 4 large adults with room to spare and the hatchback is HUGE, I can easily carry all my work gear with me (I carry a ton of boxes and supplies for work). The interior plastic on doors seems cheap and can scuff easily, but scuffs wipe away with a damp rag. Seats are very supportive/comfy and hold you well while you are cornering hard. Sunroof is a nice touch as is the rear roof glass. I wish it had a rear wiper for rain and snow. I have owned well over 2 dozen cars in my lifetime, this car seems like it would last long and be reliable. The engine has 179 horsepower and 172 ft lbs of torque, the torque is actually much higher than the FR-S and you can feel it in every gear, this car pulls strong when accelerating. 0-60 time is rated as anywhere from 6.9 seconds to 7.4 seconds depending on which car magazine/reviewer you read. I wish it had a 2nd power outlet. Overall I am very content so far with my purchase, this is the best handling front wheel car I have ever owned. $4 grand less expensive than a Civic Si, Civics really have a case of the "uglies" the last few years. Scion Tc is a looker! It is amazing in blue!
  • Thrill of a Sporty Car with Practicability

    By Chris on Thursday, September 12, 2013

    5.0
    I Bought my 2011 Scion TC in the beginning of August and after doing a lot of homework on what was available on the market I was sold as soon I took it for a test drive. If you are looking for the fun of a sports car with a tight budget or don't wanna make a lot of compromises that some sports cars force you to do, then the second generation TC is an excellent choice. The TC looks fantastic and nothing like a hatchback. Every time I open the hatch my friends are blown away by the amount of storage space the TC can accommodate. It's Great for college students hauling their stuff from home and to the dorm rooms every year. The 2.5 liter 6 speed 4 cylinder automatic isn't really pretty to look at under the hood as the engine wasn't given a cover, but in terms of reliability and performance you cannot beat it for the price. Driving long distances on the highway you will get over 31 MPG with the ECO setting that can be turned off and on from the gauge control's and it includes a AVG MPG display so you can track your fuel consumption. Where the TC impressed me is that if you also want a car that has emotion and feeling in the steering wheel it will impress you. We all like gas mileage and efficiency, but sometimes you just wanna have some fun behind the wheel! The Tectonic shiftier does take some getting used to but with some practice the car can really preform. On a "closed course" I managed to get up to 125 mph in the 5th gear before I had to slow down. Acceleration is great you can feel the pickup every time you press on the pedal makes blowing past those annoying semi's easy. Handling does take some getting used too while the car has great stability and grips the road sometimes the car feels a little heavy or stiff in the turns, but if you turn off the traction control it does help in those fun mountain roads. The interior is made of some kind of plastic and while it isn't the most pleasant thing to touch that doesn't really take away from the styling and the other features of the interior. The glove box sits high enough that it can be easily accessed while driving if needed and it won't hit your passenger in the knees when you open it. The Tc can sit 4 people comfortably, just make sure the rear passages are not too tall because head room isn't that great in the back, but there is plenty of leg room. Getting in and out of the TC is difficult sometimes especially for the rear passengers, because the doors are heavy and while the front driver and passenger seats do a great job at making you feel comfortable while driving they do have a tendency to get in the way at times and The front Seat belts are placed in an awkward positions making them hard to grab. The Sound system is a 300 watt Pioneer sound system and it works great. Comes with both a USB and AUX jack and you can access your Mp3 library from the stereo itself. You can play anything from Classical to Dub-step and it will sound great, but the plastic material of the interior means you are going to get a little rattling if you play your music loud like I do. Dynomat your doors if it bothers you. Air Condition works great, the Large sun roof is also a nice touch opens the car up on those beautiful days in the summer. If you like to do aftermarket upgrades the TC is one of the easiest cars to work on yourself. I added fog lights after I bought the car and they went in effortlessly. Overall its a great buy for someone who wants the thrill of a sports car but still wants to use it as a daily driver.

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