2013 Scion tC Release Series 8.0 Priced at $22,545

2013 Scion tC Release Series 8.0

Every car at Scion gets new special-release editions every year. The 2013 Scion tC Release Series 8.0 is priced at $22,545, including a $730 destination fee. Models equipped with an automatic transmission cost $23,595. A regular 2013 Scion tC starts at $19,455, including a $730 destination charge.

Not much has changed, it seems, on the Series 8.0 compared with the 2012 Scion tC Release Series 7.0, which is still on sale for $21,635, including a $720 destination fee. The Series 8.0 includes special 18-inch alloy wheels, ground effects and special trim including red contrast upholstery stitching. The big additions include a unique-looking factory-installed center exhaust and lowered springs. The Series 8.0 is only available with a cherry red exterior and a black interior with red accents.

2013 Scion tC Release Series 8.0
Only 2,000 units will be built. Considering Toyota has managed to sell only about 12,000 tCs so far this year, we don't think these models will be that hard to find. They should be available at Toyota dealerships now.

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Comments 

Martin

Who wants to buy a TC, when they have the FR-S?

M

exactly, they should have just replaced the tC with the FR-S. This version of the tC is not as appealing as the last generation.

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