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Customer Review Summary for 2006 Scion tC
Safe, fast, fun car!
2006 Scion tCOzzette - Fayetteville, NC11/07/2009
My husband and I bought this car about a year ago. We loved it! It drove smooth (hit over 80 mph w/o noticing). Clutch was easy for him to learn. It was perfect! Seemed small from the outside but we could fit all of our camping gear (car camping) plus our two dogs (one small one medium) in there easily! Very comfortable on long trips. We made frequent trips NC to VA. There wasn't anything to dislike about this car! A few months ago, my husband fell asleep and rolled the car 3+ times and spun 180 degrees. He was traveling with our small dog. The sun roof saved our dogs life (when it was upside down, the dog fell to the roof and since the sun roof shattered, when it continued to flip, it left the shattered glass and dog behind). It has 8 airbags in the front (if my memory serves me correctly). 5 deployed creating a curtain that surrounded my husband. He walked away from the accident with a broken bone in his hand and two staples in his head. Dog was fine too. Safest car I have ever been in. Highly recommend to anyone that is search of a sporty car. (Esp. teenagers!)
good car at good price
2006 Scion tCcrystal McCleary - Kansas City, KS12/31/2016
Sylist and good power
Scion Tc like batmobile if driven the right way
2006 Scion tCbatman_d1 - Reston, VA03/27/2012
Just would not recommend it to any friend that I know because i do not know any friend who can handle the horses and who truly appreciates what the power of a scion Tc. I would recommend it to anyone who does however. it is awesome. especially if one cannot cough up the change for a Mazerati.
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