2015 Scion tC
24,751 Miles
$16,590

San Francisco, CA
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2012 Scion tC
66,000 Miles
$6,500

San Francisco, CA
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2015 Scion tC
21,089 Miles
$15,999

Daly City, CA
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2015 Scion tC
40,004 Miles
$13,988

Daly City, CA
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2006 Scion tC
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Oakland, CA
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2015 Scion tC
36,064 Miles
$15,488

San Bruno, CA
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2008 Scion tC
74,185 Miles
$6,500

Oakland, CA
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2015 Scion tC
43,840 Miles
$15,485

Oakland, CA
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2007 Scion tC
113,857 Miles
$4,975

San Mateo, CA
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2008 Scion tC
135,079 Miles
$4,999

San Mateo, CA
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2006 Scion tC
78,870 Miles
$6,799

San Mateo, CA
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2005 Scion tC
126,248 Miles
$7,495

El Cerrito, CA
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2007 Scion tC
144,300 Miles
$6,500

Springfield, OR
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2005 Scion tC
166,200 Miles
$3,400

Redwood City, CA
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2014 Scion tC
43,862 Miles
$12,991

San Carlos, CA
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2014 Scion tC
39,974 Miles
$11,888

Hayward, CA
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2015 Scion tC
20,351 Miles
$14,994

Walnut Creek, CA
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2015 Scion tC
40,254 Miles
$17,998

Concord, CA
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2015 Scion tC
31,046 Miles
$14,999

Concord, CA
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2015 Scion tC
40,926 Miles
$15,988

Dublin, CA
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San Francisco, CA Scion tC Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.6
Performance
4.1
Style
4.7
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
4.3
Reliability
4.4
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2007 Scion tC - The Drive of a Small Car

W.Y
San Francisco, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
What I liked about the car was that for its size, it doesn't really feel like a small car (in terms of driving it). The engine had enough power to feel like I'm getting a lot of acceleration when I needed it on the road. I also enjoy the look of the car when I'm parked out somewhere, but overall the drive quality was nice. The con is that this car is SMALL, I'm 5'10, but sometimes I can barely stick my head up without letting my head touch the ceiling of the car. I also hate the gas consumption on this car, though I said the engine was nice when you accelerate, it really takes a toll on your gas if you plan on saving it. It gets about 26 MPG on it when I drive, and when I try to save on gas by driving 60, maybe around 31 MPG. The performance of the car is probably okay for me, nothing ... (more)
Pros
I liked the engine for its size of the car. For a small car, it sure has a lot of power when you need it (like driving up a hill on the freeway), you know what I mean for you actually try it for yourself. I also like the black seats that it come with, it looks pretty stylish and it's pretty comfortable. The design of the car itself is really awesome too, they changed the look to be more boxy in the 2013 version, so the curvier TCs look better in my opinion. In this version of the car, (I'm not sure about the other versions), they give you a moon-roof in the middle of the car, and in the ba... (more)
Cons
When Toyota decided to build the fuel cap for this car, they probably didn't really think it through with the materials because this car's fuel cap's rubber band for the covering really likes to break down a lot. This really puts a dent in your wallet as each replacement cap is worth about thirty to thirty five dollars depending on where you buy it. You will notice how often it breaks when your car's maintenance light turns on suddenly, and when you bring it in, you realize it's just your gas cap not being tight enough. I've already replaced this part 3-4 times already, not awesome. Anothe... (more)

2008 Scion tC - Decent

CF
San Diego, California
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.0
This car was okay. Got it brand new in 2009 and put 100,000 miles on it. At 20,000 miles the trunk button broke off which turned out to be a Toyota defective part and was replaced by them. At 80,000 miles it needed a general tune up because it was starting to not perform so well. It looks sporty but the hatch trunk is impractical for normal items you would put in a trunk because it effectively cuts the space that you would normally have in half due to the slope of the back window. The gas mileage is decent, a decent all around 2d coupe.
Story
Driving up and down the California coast (I-5) and checking out surfers riding waves.
Pros
Looks cool
Cons
2 Door, small trunk space.

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2009 Scion tC - San Francisco Toyota

SO
San Francisco, California
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
Good Location Good Selections Nice and clean cars Good sales representatives Good Price

2004 Scion xA - Toyota San Francisco

Jimmy
San Francisco, California
Overall
5.0
Facility
4.0
Process
4.0
Quality
4.0
Service
5.0
They were easy to deal with and I didn't feel pressured to buy a new or used car. I knew I wanted to go in and buy an older car but I just didn't know what. They were very helpful in my requests (gas efficient, compact, good mileage). I ended up with an older car that fit my needs. They were completely honest and I don't always feel that way due to employees being paid on commission.