Looking closer, the TC comes with all of the safety features that has made Toyota in the past, including seat mounted, front, and rear side airbags along with two different warranties that allow drivers at 5,000 and 10,000 miles to go to any Toyota authorized garage to perform routine tasks like oil changes and tire switches.
For the music buffs, the Scion TC comes loaded with the works, including the mandatory Ipod connectivity and a Pioneer system that also comes with a compatible head unit.
Anything that appears on the Ipod screen automatically appears as a one liner on the Scion stereo. The subwoofer is situated right under the cargo area which really brings the music forward.
Expect to pay $16000 for an automatic Scion package and $300 less for the manual. Money is well saved with gas, sputtering along at 27 miles per gallon on the highway. The engine, a 2.4-liter, I4, with 161-horsepower, will go on forever since it is from Toyota.
For a perfect combination of a classic looking interior, a sophisticated exterior design with the latest grille design, LCD navigation systems, and one of the finest car system stereos to boot with Ipod compatibility, look no further than the 2008 TC Toyota Scion.