The car is very sturdy and reliable, knowing that it has a Camry motor in it and that Toyota motors are some of the most reliable.
New Scion Tc
2013 Scion tCScion Owner - , 04/02/2013
Overall, I really love my new car. It has decent performance and it's a nice looking vehicle. The sunroof adds a lot of brightness to the inside of the vehicle. Seat adjustments are not automatic on this car; they are levers. For the price, they should be automatic. Also, the door handles are plastic and they should be metal. There is a lot of plastic in this car, leaving it look and feel cheaper that it should for the price. However, I know this is going to be a reliable vehicle for years to come. I like that it's a hatchback even though it looks like a 2 door coop. It has decent trunk space, and the car is not that costly to insure. It rides nice in the city and on the highway. It gets about 25mpg. I have a hard time fitting in people who are larger in size. The passenger seat does not adjust lower like the driver seat does. The sun roof can rattle when it is cracked open. The car feels heavy to the ground and sticks around corners. Finally, I really love that I purchased the manual 6 speed. It's a good option to have.
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