We know that you’ve been patiently waiting for more details about the 2014 Scion tC and the #Scion10 Series models since they made their debut at the New York International Auto Show, and we’ve got some great news to share. Pricing for the new tC, limited edition Scion 10 Series, and the 2014 Scion iQ has finally been announced! Read on for all the news from this morning’s announcement.
2014 Scion tC
The new 2014 Scion tC is better than ever, with pricing starting at $19,210 for the manual transmission model, and $20,210 for the automatic. It arrives with an array of new exterior design elements, including a boldly proportioned shark mouth grille, more distinctively styled headlights, led driving lights and taillights, and all new 18 x 7.5” dark gray metallic alloy wheels.
To complement the tC’s more aggressive styling, we’ve paired the car with a new, optional six-speed Sequential Sport Shift automatic that features Dynamic Rev Management for downshift blipping. Additionally, the six-speed manual transmission comes with a new, “Pre-Load” differential, similar to the ones used on Lexus vehicles, which more precisely apportions torque to the front wheels. Front and rear dampers in the tC have also been retuned for a more enhanced performance feel and balanced handling.
Changes to the 2014 Scion tC continue inside its cabin, where a new 6.1” LCD Display audio touchscreen now comes standard, while a BeSpoke Premium audio with Aha is available as an option. The signature random-weave seat fabric and interior roof pillar and liner colors are also lighter, helping to heighten the sense of openness. Soft touch materials throughout the interior round out the list of changes made to the 2014 Scion tC, which will be available in dealerships this June.
2014 Scion iQ
Priced at $15,665 equipped with a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), the 2014 Scion iQ is being carried over from the last model year with the exception of the new 6/1” LCD Display audio touchscreen system found in the 2014 Scion tC. With seating available for 4 people, the Scion iQ produces an EPA-estimated mpg of 36 city/37 highway/37 combined, and will also begin arriving at dealerships in June.
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Scion 10 Series
Built to commemorate Scion’s 10th anniversary, the Scion 10 Series models will each feature a premium, Silver Ignition colored paint, illuminated exterior front and rear Scion badges, a Pioneer touch screen audio system, a solar-powered illuminated shift knob, individually numbered interior badges, silver seatbelts, and electroluminescent Scion 10 Series detailing on interior panels.
Each of the individual Scion 10 Series cars will also come with its own unique set of modifications. Starting at $19,210 with a manual and $20,160 with an automatic,2013 Scion 10 Series xB will feature a jack knife key and 16” alloy wheels. The 2013 Scion 10 Series xD, priced at $18,155 with a manual transmission and $18,995 for an automatic,will come with a jack knife key, 16” alloy wheels, and a color-tuned interior. The 2014 Scion 10 Series iQ will also feature a jack knife key to go with 16” alloy wheels, and will start at $17,850 with a CVT.
The 2014 Scion 10 Series tC carries over the design of the new 2014 tC, with changes that include a jack knife key, dark finish 18” alloy wheels, and body colored side skirts, with pricing listed at $21,440 for a manual and $22,440 for an automatic. Meanwhile the 2013 Scion 10 Series FR-S, priced at $27,425 with a manual and $28,675 with an automatic, packs in HID headlamps with LED daytime running lights, dual-zone automatic climate control, a smart key with a push start button, and a frameless rear view mirror.
The MSRPs listed above do not include a $770 delivery, processing and handling (DPH) for all Scion models. The DPH fee for vehicles distributed by Southeast Toyota (SET) and Gulf States Toyota (GST) may vary.
Each of the limited edition Scion 10 Series vehicles will also be arriving at Scion dealerships this June.
There’s a lot to be excited about with the new Scion lineup, and we think it’s going to be a big year for Scion owners everywhere. For more information on all of our new vehicles, be sure to check out www.scion.com.