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2005 Scion tC Consumer Discussions

Please help, we have 2005 TC and it has 30,000 mile on it. our biggest problem is that we have gone through 2 sets...

i will appreciate information about where i can buy them...i have a scion tc 2005...

tC again. Something about a flat $15,000 for a 2007 Scion tC Spec in either Classic Silver Metallic or Flint Mica and 5-speeds did it to me. Did I mention a flat fee of $15,000? I don't need any extra...

So now I'm trying to decide what I want on my TC which I plan to buy in a few months after I hear how 2006 models are for new owners. I would LOVE some help/guidance with your experience on a numbe...

does the Scion tC come with standard seat heaters, too? Or are they optional? If they're standard then that will about seal the deal for me! No kidding! There'll be no arguing with the wife over wheth...

I bought a 2005 tc (flint mica/auto trans) from McGeorge Scion in Richmond, VA in January. Pricing was exactly what the website promised, the salesman was super-informed, and delivery came in a couple...

I stopped by a dealer in the town I'm working in now that has tC's and xA's out in the lot. They were closed so I just browsed around the cars and peeked in the windows for a bit. Here's some thoughts...

A salesman told me the 2006 xA and xB were not expected for two months. I don't remember if that applied to the tC. Here are the 2006 changes:...

I traded in my 2005 Scion tc 5 spd for a 2007 VW Rabbit 6 spd in October last year....

I just bought a 2005 Scion tC and I want to get the Ipod interface. I'm worried about how much it would cost and whether it would be worth it. Any advice?...

And I think there was a recall on steering racks on the tC in 2005....
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