2014 Scion tC Starts at $19,965

Scion's tC coupe debuted at the 2013 New York Auto Show with mildly freshened exterior styling as well as upgraded materials and features inside; it'll debut at dealerships next month with a slightly higher price. The 2014 Scion tC starts at $19,965 for models with the six-speed manual and $20,965 for automatic-equipped versions (all prices include a $755 destination fee). That’s an increase of $485 over 2013 base models.

Outside, the front-wheel-drive coupe wears new grille and headlight designs as well as LED taillights. Inside, there's a new 6.1-inch touch-screen audio system. Newly optional is an upgraded Scion BeSpoke audio system with navigation and smartphone app compatibility for $1,198. Under the hood, the previous version's 180-horsepower, 2.5-liter four-cylinder returns; Scion says it's mated to a faster-shifting six-speed automatic transmission for 2014.

The automaker announced pricing for its tiny iQ hatchback, too. The 2014 version also gets the new 6.1-inch touch-screen audio system and is otherwise unchanged. It starts at $16,420, including destination; model-year 2013 versions started at $16,250. The minicar also goes on sale in June.

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If you got iQ, it is alone makes you dumb (see the car's name)
If you paid for it $16,420 makes you even more dumb

Get over yourself

If you are Tony, you make stupid comments without showing sympathy or an understanding of context or people's circumstances. Get over yourself.


You're right. When I see an iQ driver wiped out by Ford Explorer or something, I have no sympathy because this is sadomasochism. After all, what IQ these people have to put themselves into this iQ and go on the highway?

Get over yourself

When I see an SUV driver flipped over, decapitated, or on fire, I have no sympathy either. Get over yourself. Bad things happen to everyone. We're all responsible for our own lives, not you for theirs.

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