2014 Scion tC, iQ Get Price Increases


  • 2014 Scion tC Picture

    2014 Scion tC Picture

    The base 2014 Scion tC starts at $19,965. | May 08, 2013

Just the Facts:
  • The base 2014 Scion tC starts at $19,965, reflecting a $485 price increase over the 2013 model.
  • The 2014 Scion iQ starts at $16,420, reflecting a $170 price increase over the 2013 model.
  • The Scion pricing announcement also included pricing on the Scion 10 Series, including the 2013 Scion 10 Series FR-S, which starts at $28,180.

TORRANCE, California — The base 2014 Scion tC starts at $19,965, including a $755 destination charge, reflecting a $485 price increase over the 2013 model. The 2014 Scion tC goes on sale in June.

The base price is for the manual-transmission model. The 2014 Scion tC with an automatic transmission starts at $20,965, including shipping.

Scion's 2013 tC with a manual transmission starts at $19,480, including a $755 destination charge. The 2013 Scion tC with an automatic transmission starts at $20,480, including shipping.

An optional Scion Bespoke Premium Audio System with Aha is priced at $1,198.

The redesigned 2014 Scion tC is more expensive than the base 2013 Honda Civic LX coupe, which starts at $18,755, including a $790 destination charge. Honda has not announced 2014 pricing.

The 2014 Scion iQ starts at $16,420, including a $755 destination charge, reflecting a $170 price increase over the 2013 model. The 2014 Scion iQ goes on sale in June.

Scion's pricing announcement on Wednesday also included pricing on the Scion 10 Series, including the 2013 Scion 10 Series FR-S, which starts at $28,180, including shipping. In comparison, the base 2013 Scion FR-S starts at $25,255, including shipping. The Scion 10 Series model is $2,925 more expensive than the base 2013 FR-S.

The Scion 10 Series models go on sale in June.

The 2013 Scion 10 Series xB starts at $19,965, including shipping. The 2013 Scion 10 Series xD starts at $18,910, including shipping.

Edmunds says: Expect to pay a bit more for your 2014 Scion tC and iQ.

Comments

  • lucien4 lucien4 Posts:

    Why would you buy this when for 22K market price you could get Honda Accord Coupe with lot better mpg and more room. Or a Civic Coupe which would be cheaper since you can't negotiate Scion pricing. The FR-S can't save Scion. I really hope Toyota reconsiders killing Celica and brings back true successor. Sporty looking car with decent cargo space and not harsh ride or noise of FR-S (nor the price).

  • bc1960 bc1960 Posts:

    The Civic LX coupe doesn't have a moonroof like the tC; the EX manual is a couple hundred more expensive, the automatic a hundred less. An Accord coupe with a moonroof lists almost $6000 more, although probably sells for $4500 more. Neither has a liftback to access its modest trunk, with tiny pass through and a one-piece folding rear seat straight from the early '70s. Price and versatility in a coupe configuration make the tC almost unique even if it isn't that great otherwise. The Hyundai Veloster is probably as close as you can find, and it's also slightly more expensive if you want a moonroof.

  • ks55 ks55 Posts:

    Does anyone else get disturbed by how much of the print copy of these articles repeat themselves and mention the same thing at least twice for any article we read?

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