Scion tC

Once upon a time, the Scion brand sought to bring more youthful buyers into the Toyota stable. In the early 2000s, Scion launched with its plucky xA and xB hatchbacks, and a lot of people bought into its affordable, customizable, funky lineup – myself included. I was once the proud owner of...

- Reviewed by Steven J. Ewing


2015 Scion tC
MSRP: $19,210 - $23,190
2014 Scion tC
MSRP: $19,210 - $21,440
2013 Scion tC
MSRP: $18,725 - $21,815
2012 Scion tC
MSRP: $18,575 - $20,905
2011 Scion tC
MSRP: $18,275 - $18,275
Scion gets weird with '70s-inspired xB and Slayer tC at SEMA

Scion certainly isn't afraid of taking a step into the bizarre at this year's SEMA Show, with at least two concepts that are probably the last thing you would expect from the brand.
Scion shows tC Release Series 9.0, Giants fans rejoyce

The timing is perfect. Really, Scion couldn't have done any better, unveiling the latest member of the Scion tC Release Series – number 9.0, a stylish black-and-orange looker – barely a day after the San Francisco Giants, whose color scheme is black and orange, won the World Series. Also, one day before Halloween.
FR-S with Targa-style top leads Scion's SEMA brigade

The Scion brand seems to be a bit rudderless in the auto industry at the moment. The company just doesn't seem to know what audience it wants to appeal to. For this year's SEMA Show in Las Vegas, the automakers is kind of just going wild with bizarre customs like a turbocharged FR-S with a targa top (pictured above).

For Sale

2009 Scion tC
$9,990 / 65,498 miles / PA
2012 Scion tC
/ 44,505 miles / NJ
2006 Scion tC
$5,999 / 11,257 miles / NY
"The tC cuts a tight, concise path through corners and resists your palm motions with more manly weighting than in your typical Toyota.