Used Scion tC for Sale
2014 Scion tC Monogram
Free Shipping from CarMax Laurel, MD
2009 Scion tC
Free Shipping from CarMax Frederick, MD
2012 Scion tC
$99 Shipping from CarMax Virginia Beach, VA
2015 Scion tC
$199 Shipping from CarMax Capital Boulevard, NC
2011 Scion tC
$199 Shipping from CarMax Greensboro, NC
About the Scion tC
Featuring a spacious interior, smooth handling, and a long list of standard features, the Scion tC is a vehicle that competes well with many other compact cars for sale in it's class. Though the Scion tC was discontinued following the release of the 2016 model, the Scion tC did receive a mid-generation refresh in 2014 and was updated to include new exterior styling and a retuned suspension and automatic transmission. Today, used Scion tC models remain a very popular choice on our lots. If you are looking for a great compact car, purchasing a used Scion tC is an excellent option.
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Q: Is Scion still making the tC?
A: No, the Scion tC is no longer in production. The Scion tC was discontinued following the release of the 2016 model, but you can still find them for sale at CarMax.
Q: Is the Scion tC a sports car?
A: The Scion tC is not considered a sports car but rather a compact car. With a 179 hp 2.5L four-cylinder engine, the 2014-2016 Scion tC does have some power, but not enough to fall under the sports car category.
Q: What kind of gas mileage does the Scion tC get?
A: The 2016 Scion tC gets an EPA-estimated 26 mpg combined city/highway when equipped with a 2.5L four-cylinder engine and an automatic transmission.1
Q: Is the Scion tC automatic?
A: The 2014-2016 Scion tC comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission. However, a six-speed automatic transmission is an available option for the 2014-2016 Scion tC.
1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates when vehicles sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov for details.
Scion tC Trim Configurations
2014-2016 Scion tC Trim Configurations
Scion sold the 2014-2016 Scion tC in a mono-spec trim, meaning that the Scion tC was only offered for sale in one trim level with the option to add various features. The standard features and available features for the 2014-2016 Scion tC include:
• Standard Features - The 2014-2016 Scion tC comes standard with features such as a panoramic moonroof, an eight-speaker audio system, Bluetooth® audio streaming, driver's seat memory, power heated outside mirrors, and more.
• Available Features - Available features for the 2014-2016 Scion tC include a remote engine starter, a Pioneer premium audio system, a rear spoiler, a TRD exhaust system, and more.
Scion tC vs Other Compact Cars
Scion tC vs Scion FRS
The 2016 Scion FRS comes equipped with a 200 hp engine, which is slightly more powerful than the 179 hp base engine found in the 2016 Scion tC. The 2016 Scion tC, however, offers over twice as much more cargo space in the trunk, featuring a 14.7 cubic ft, trunk compared to the 2016 FRS's 6.9 cubic ft. trunk. Both vehicles feature a comparable list of standard technology options.
Scion tC vs Honda Civic
The 2016 Honda Civic offers slightly more cargo space than the 2016 Scion tC, providing 15.1 cubic ft. of cargo space in the trunk. The 2016 Scion tC, however, comes equipped with a more powerful base engine than the 2016 Honda Civic - which features a 158 hp base engine - as well as more standard features such as a panoramic moonroof and driver's seat memory.
Scion tC vs Mazda 3
The 2016 Mazda 3 comes equipped with a 155 hp base engine, which is slightly less powerful than the base engine of the 2016 Scion tC and also offers slightly less cargo space in its 12.4 cubic ft. trunk. The 2016 Scion tC also comes with more standard features than the 2016 Mazda 3, including a panoramic moonroof.
Reviews for Scion tC
Great car for teens
This car is reliable but sporty with good gas mileage. It won’t get you in trouble but is quality enough to encourage responsibility
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Scion tc is the way to be!
The car is very reliable and really does have a sport feel and great engine. The gas is decent but it depend on how you drive. I have this car for about four month now and have gotten a lot of compliment on the styling of the car and just how spacious the car is. I really love my car and Carmax agent was so great.
- Interior Space: The car is very spacious and comfortable
- Technology and Entertainment: Good sound system and the radio is touch screen.
- Styling: Style is so sexy and sporty.
- Fuel Economy: When your not driving on eco the gas can go down fast.
Quick/reliable/sleek--What more could you ask for?
This vehicle has been the best I have ever owned. It's a perfect combination of economy (around 29 mpg combined city/highway), power, and reliability. Even driving through snow with the stock low-profile tires (once I flipped the traction control system off), I was never worried about losing control of the vehicle because of its impressive handling. I love the Bluetooth connectivity and large touch screen stereo, and though I would have liked features like navigation and heated leather seats, I can't be disappointed overall given the driving experience and things that the car has done well.
- Ride and Handling: Very responsive and tight handling. Impressive even with snow up to 5 inches.
- Reliability: It's a Toyota. Take care of it and it will return the favor.
- Power: Plenty of power to have fun with, and to pass without hesitation at highway speeds.
- Cabin Noise: Mainly only when windy, it can be a little loud at highway speeds. Not terrible considering the two sunroofs and large windows.
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