2008 Scion tC
130,123 Miles
$3,745

Huntington Station, NY
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2008 Scion tC
101,818 Miles
$6,991

Flagstaff, AZ
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2008 Scion tC
91,418 Miles
$9,998

Hartford, CT
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2008 Scion tC
108,741 Miles
$9,998

Laurel, MD
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2008 Scion tC
120,200 Miles
$6,211

St Cloud, MN
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2008 Scion tC
103,688 Miles
$5,152

Alexandria, KY
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2008 Scion tC
133,682 Miles
$3,291

Quakertown, PA
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2008 Scion tC
87,793 Miles
$8,000

Metairie, LA
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2008 Scion tC
104,000 Miles
$7,995

Tucson, AZ
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2008 Scion tC
53,925 Miles
$10,991

Gaithersburg, MD
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2008 Scion tC
146,655 Miles
$5,499

Las Vegas, NV
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2008 Scion tC
48,555 Miles
$12,775

Thorndale, PA
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2008 Scion tC
99,994 Miles
$6,803

Killeen, TX
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2008 Scion tC
56,361 Miles
$6,490

Milan, IL
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2008 Scion tC
95,498 Miles
$6,800

Elkton, MD
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2008 Scion tC
109,038 Miles
$7,990

Portland, OR
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2008 Scion tC
116,231 Miles
$8,998

Jacksonville, FL
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2008 Scion tC
81,340 Miles
$6,000

New Haven, CT
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2008 Scion tC
64,589 Miles
$7,988

Hanover, MA
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2008 Scion tC
73,669 Miles
$7,981

Calabasas, CA
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2008 Scion tC Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
3.5
Performance
4.0
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.5

2008 Scion tC Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2008 Scion tC - Sporty and long-lasting!

BL
Smyrna, Georgia
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
The Scion tC drives like a sports car but survives like a tank. I've had my Scion for seven years and have needed little to no repairs. With regular maintenance, it's held up remarkably well as I've put on nearly 100k miles on it. I really love the black interior, so sleek and clean! The orange backlit displays are also a nice balance of classy and sporty. One of my favorite things about it is it's exterior design; the Scion tC is designed with smooth curves and few frills. It fits in both in professional and casual settings. As a professional, I love being able to have the speed and power at the same time as the classic elegance that the exterior design of the car conveys. It looks both expensive and casual at the same time, which is fantastic for making a great impression. It's prett... (more)
Story
I took my Scion tC on a road trip across the United States, and made a photo album with pictures of her at each stop!
Pros
Design Power Interior Maintenance cost Durability
Cons
Difficult to clean headlamps Low to ground

2008 Scion tC - Fun car but some superficial problems

AM
Monterey Park, California
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
I love my Scion tC and am endlessly sad that Toyota will soon be discontinuing the Scion line. It was the first car I purchased and I'm really glad I did! I personally think it's a gorgeously designed sedan and its black top is really striking and eye-catching. It's also endlessly fun to have a car with a bit of extra power when going about your day.
Story
I was taking a pack of my fiance's fiance's to a restaurant because I was the only one with a car, but trying to fit three tall adult males into my backseat was a... challenge. We all had a good giggle as they jammed in, heads touching the ceiling, as we headed off.
Pros
It's a fun, sporty car while still being affordable. I love the beautiful design and it has good power.
Cons
Some parts of the car are just not well designed or put together. The trunk opening button melted in the Southern California heat and even now it still leaves a sticky residue on my hands every time I open the trunk. Also, the paint on the side view mirrors stripped off after a few years and bare side mirrors are not very attractive. And while there is a good bit of kick in the car, it does take a bit to get the torque to kick in and accelerate. And lastly, the tires, being sport tires, have a tendency to lose air very easily.

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