After debuting at this year’s 2013 New York International Auto Show, Scion has officially priced the newly updated 2014 tC coupe starting at $19,210 with a manual transmission, while the automatic model starts for $20,210.
Majority of the 2014 Scion tC’s mechanicals carry over from the outgoing model as the changes mostly lie in minor aesthetic tweaks and some updates to the automatic transmission, stabilizer bar, suspension, and the power steering to offer a more engaging feel.
Of course, the tC also comes decently equipped with Scion’s standard infotainment system with Bluetooth compatibility, HD radio, and steering-mounted controls.
Sales begin next month.
For the press release, check it out after the jump.
2014 Scion tC
The 2014 tC debuted at the New York International Auto Show with more assertive styling, an upgraded interior and an enhanced driving experience. Distinctive headlamps, a muscular grille and LED accent lighting add to the sportier look. The updated automatic transmission changes gears nearly twice as fast as the previous model and now features Dynamic Rev Management technology. Additional modifications to the stabilizer bar hardware, shock absorbers and retuned electronic power steering provide a more engaging feeling behind the wheel.
The tC also comes with the all-new Scion Standard Display Audio, featuring a 6.1-inch LCD touchscreen, Bluetooth® compatibility, HD Radio™ technology and steering wheel-mounted controls.
The MSRP for the Scion tC will be $20,210 for the automatic transmission model and $19,210 for the manual transmission. It will begin arriving in dealerships beginning in June.
- By: Chris Chin