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2005 Scion tCReview
Michael writes:
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I knew it had some small issues, but the car is worth the price i negotiated it for.

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Guru9D9X3K writes:
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There were scratches on the vehicle looked like paint job is needed

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2005 Scion tC Sport CoupeReview
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I Absolutely Love My Scion — These scions are made and designed very well. Never had a issue with it and has never needed anything more than brakes or a oil change. I give this car 5 stars because of its reliability and the great amount of miles you can go on a single tank of gas. by far my most favorite car ever personally owned.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Good handling and mpg. very sporty looking vehicle but also very low maintenance and safe.  

Cons: fabric interior and back seats room could have been designed better  

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2005 Scion tC Sport CoupeReview
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I Love This Car Just Not Meant To Have A Baby In The Back. — this car was very reliable but its not meant to be able to put a car seat in the back. I've never had any issues with the vehicle. the car is very safe and gets pretty good gas mileage also.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: for how small the car looks it has a lot of room. the back seats fold down to fit a lot in the back. the car can get up and go when you want it too. it has the sun and moon roof. the front seats virtually lean all the way flat so you can look out the moon roof.

Cons: there are no cons in my opinion

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2005 Scion tC Sport CoupeReview
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Reliable — This is by far the best car I've owned yet. Quality, interior room (surprisingly, back seats are very spacious), performance, style and appearance are all top-notch. I had 148k without a single issue (besides rear-brake replacement), and it's unfortunate we're switching it out for a more family-friendly vehicle. Great car!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Not car issues

Cons: Small

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2005 Scion tC Sport CoupeReview
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This Car Is Awesome. If I Didn't Need A 4x4, I Would Keep It Forever. — For being an inexpensive car, it is everything you would want and more. Especially with the stock rims and the panoramic moonroof. I never once had to go in for non-scheduled maintenance and I doubt I would for another 10 years.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Car has power, is ridiculously low maintenance, super reliable, and because it is a hatchback, you can fit a TON of stuff in it. It also handles great on corners.

Cons: Fuel economy is not great because it is tuned to be peppy. You really have to accelerate slowly if you want good gas mileage.

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Silver Scion Tc — Great fun first car for a teenager. Worked well for me all through high school and college. I've done the regular maintenance on it and everything is still running fine in the engine. I like all the room in the trunk and its quite peppy when getting on the gas.

Pros: Handles well, good gas mileage, roomy front seats, can hold a lot of things in the trunk when the back seats are folded down, no mechanical issues.

Cons: Back seats arent very comfy, stiff suspension

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I Would Buy Another One If I Needed A Car — this car has been a very good car to own,its easy to do maintenance on and has been excellent in all weather conditions.im a little dissapointed that i never got to put a turbo on it to see what she can really do

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: i love this car it is a blast to drive and never had a problem

Cons: its lowered so have to watch bumps sometimes

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Great Overall! — Like the overall look, the sliding sunroof, the wheels. Gas mileage isn't great for the lack of power. Should handle better with the tires. Have not had to spend any money on it considering the high mileage. Would have another.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Over 160,000 miles...no maintenance issues. Looks great especially when just waxed.

Cons: Gets loud inside when the tire tread is low...blind spots bad

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2005 Scion tC Sport CoupeReview
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Decent — Decent car. Toyota quality, had no issues on it at all. Added cold air intake which it responded well to. Sold for DC5. Wouldn't mind having another but would not be first choice. No reason to stay away except personal preference

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Reliable

Cons: none

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Reviews From Other Years

2016 Scion tC Reviews

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2014 Scion tC Reviews

Review By Devaun

Drive it once after really looking at it and youd agree. Read More

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2013 Scion tC Reviews

Review By Val

Not sure its for me. Looking at a newer car Read More

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Its a Toyota so you know its good quality. Excellent value compared to what you usually pay for a Toyota with the Toyota name badge on it. Back seat is roomier than youd expect. Only negative, ride is... Read More

2012 Scion tC Reviews

Sporty By Brandi

Love this car! It picks up very quickly and handles like a charm. Great rear seating. The only down side is the amount of blind spots. Low visibility. The cargo space is great, too. I'm very happy wit... Read More

A Fun Little Head-turner By Nick

It's a solid car. If you want something cheap, but sporty, this is the car for you. It also gives you plenty of room to upgrade from the base model later, so you don't have to put a ton of money down ... Read More

2011 Scion tC Reviews

Review By Guru9XGLRH

I love it. The 2011 scion tc was one of the best choices Ive ever made on a car. It runs nice and very clean. Sporty also. Read More

Review By Topsy

Simply a Toyota built vehicle, at a lower cost, with a sporty look to it. Great running car, great fuel economy. Not many complaints to think about, if any. Read More

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