Well, I don't have the fever, exactly. It's everyone else. They simply can't get enough of the coupe. Now even The New York Times is getting in on the action, with a review of the car preceded by a thorough history lesson of the extremely young Scion brand. They explain Toyota's road to Scion through cars like the Echo and Celica, and how California was used as a "laboratory" for the brand. Regarding the actual driving experience, the test dude is quite positive, complementing the fit and finish of the vehicle and the small touches, like the illuminated cup holders and perfectly-placed dead pedal. As we've all heard before, the engine gets the job done, but is no superstar, and the A/C struggled to keep up with NYC temps in the mid-90s. Another thing those of us with eyes already know, the tC's definitely a looker.
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