2010 Scion tC Values

Select a 2010 Scion tC trim level

2010 model year changes

For 2010, the sporty Scion tC is little changed from 2009. For exterior colors, Nautical Blue Metallic replaces Blue Ribbon Metallic.


Competitive comparison

A stylish and economical value; superb front seats; sporty handling; numerous customization options; torquey engine; good legroom


Special features for 2010

Launched in 2005, the 2010 Scion tC is the only coupe in the Scion lineup for the model year. The 2010 tC is aimed squarely at 20-something buyers, with its sporty yet economical performance and an appearance. With a relatively long-for-its-class 106.3-inch wheelbase, the 2010 tC provides surprisingly good legroom for rear passengers. A cockpit-like design is highlighted by seats that are snug and bolstered firmly in place. With the backseat down, the 2010 Scion tC offers almost 35 cubic feet of cargo space, a rarity for the small car class. Throughout the rest of the interior, the tC has numerous storage spaces, including a 2-tiered center console and CD and cell phone holders. In frontal crash tests conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the tC earned a perfect five stars for driver protection, four stars for passenger protection, and another five stars for side-impact crashes involving both front and rear passengers. Numerous after-market options are available. MSRP starts at $17,000, and with the manual transmission, mileage is 20 mpg city / 27 mpg highway.




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An attractive two-door with seating for five, the 2010 Scion tC sports coupe is a carryover from 2009 with great standard features, including a 160-watt Pioneer radio with a subwoofer and MP3 input, and a panoramic moonroof. The tC has a 2.4L inline four-cylinder engine under the hood which produces 161 hp. The standard transmission is a five-speed manual while a four-speed automatic is optional. The 2010 Scion tC offers solid fuel economy, great standard features, and an wonderful price tag.