Coming from driving full size trucks I was really nervous about switching to a small car. Gas prices are bad and the TC is sporty and gets 30mpg (road trip to Ohio, 80mph most of the way). The blue is awesome if you get the chance to get one do so you won't regret it. Has a lot of room, my 5'11 girlfriend has room to move around in the back. seats fold down for hauling stuff groceries and etc. Very quiet inside. Very perky and very fun to drive. If you want a car that gets good MPG and doesn't look like well a bubble go for the TC. Awesome car!
2007 Scion tCMelissa T. - High Point, NC05/26/2015
It drives nice. However, the hatch plastic constantly rattles and makes noise no matter what you do. It also seems to have a vibration in the car when the air is running. Also, if you find a chip in the windshield and the salesman tells you that they can fix it, that is simply not true. They don't cover it. Wish I had known that before I bought the car.
Quick/reliable/sleek--What more could you ask for?
2014 Scion tCRobs A - Minneapolis, MN02/05/2016
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.
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