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The Toyota Scion tC is classified as a compact vehicle that can get up to 23 MPG (miles per gallon) in the city and up to 31 MPG on the highway. It has 179 hp (horsepower) and a curb weigh of 3,082 to 3,124 pounds. The Scion tC comes standard with a 2.5 L 4-cylinder engine and has a tire size of: P225/45R18. The compact car is available in two different configurations. These configurations include the Base and the Release Series 10.0.
 
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2015 Toyota SCION tC
$6,999
94,541 miles
Brooklyn, NY
Automatic
2.5L Inline 4

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Classified as a compact vehicle, the Toyota Scion tC can get up to 23 MPG (miles per gallon) in the city and up to 31 MPG on the highway. It has 179 hp (horsepower) and a curb weigh of 3,082 to 3,124 pounds. The Scion tC comes standard with a 2.5 L 4-cylinder engine and has a tire size of: P225/45R18. The compact car is available in two different configurations. These configurations include the Base and the Release Series 10.0. The compact car has been manufactured by Toyota under its Scion brand and was in production from 2004 to 2016 and spanned two generations. Both generation Scions were built in Japan. The tC model was introduced in the United States for the 2005 model year and was introduced in Canada for the second generation 2010 model year. The tC was Scion's best-selling model, constituting almost 40% of total Scion sales. Its name "tC" stands for "touring coupe." Beginning in 2011, the tC was sold as the Toyota Zelas in the Middle East, China, and South America. The name derived from "zelante", Italian for "passionate" or "zealous."