The gears are very very short. Im having to drive 40mph in fifth gear on thestreet! The tire pressure sensor light is always on when all tires are inflated accordingly. Dont disconnect the battery for any reason because things will stop working, such as putting the passenger window down on the driver side button. Also, the sun roof was VERY hesitant to open and i had to hold the button for a good 5 seconds for it to open. With air conditioning and fan off, air still blows through while driving as if the fans are on so you have to press the button to use surrounding air. Dont even get me started on the non stop squeaking brakes. The hatch seems ti even stick for no apparent reason and even takes the rubber with it. Very disappointing car.
2009 Scion tCMegs - Richmond04/11/2012
Absolutely love this car. I have had it for a little over 2 months and its nice to have a car with a new interior. I would definately reccomend this car to anyone looking.
Great, Stylish Car
2005 Scion tCAnnah Sed - Virginia01/09/2007
You will feel very youthful in this car. It has a lot style and is an eye grabber. It's sleek and sporty and everything you want in a sports car. My previous car was 12 years old and I needed a new car that was reliable, within my budget but looked great and made me feel good while driving. I get many compliments. The only down side is due to the fact that this little car packs so much power (because of its big engine), it is a gas guzzler when driving it through the city but makes up for it on the highway. I drove from Virginia to Philadelphia and back on a full tank of gas.
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