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2016 Scion tC

2016 SCION tC: For fun and versatility, check out the 2016 Scion tC sporty coupe at the 108th Chicago Auto Show (Feb. 13-21, 2016). You'll notice it by its assertive styling, distinctive headlamps, a muscular grille and LED accent lighting add to the sportier look. The front-wheel drive coupe is power is supplied by a 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder that generates 179-horsepower and comes linked with a six-speed manual gearbox or available six-speed automatic transmission with Dynamic Rev Management that allows for a quick and smooth downshifting experience on the road. Steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters provide quick, intuitive gear changes. All tC models come standard with a panoramic moonroof, dual sunshades, folding side mirrors with LED turn indicators and a chrome exhaust tip. Upgrades to five-passenger cabin add tone-on-tone sport front bucket seats, racing inspired speedometer, tachometer and fuel gauge needles that spike every time you start the engine. An all-new standard display audio features a 6.1-inch LCD touchscreen, Bluetooth compatibility, HD radio technology and steering wheel-mounted controls. Additional on-the-go connectivity and onboard navigation are available with the optional BeSpoke audio system, push-to-talk voice navigation and geo-located points of interest. Like the standard audio system, Aha is included, but it also has routing capabilities. The FR-S style rear valance adds LED taillights. For 2016, the new colors include Cosmic Gray, Black, Magnetic Gray metallic, Blue Streak metallic, Absolutely Red, Cement and for an additional $395 fee, Blizzard Pearl. Complementing the tC sheet metal are the redesigned 18-in. machine-finished alloy wheels. For shopping and travel, there is 34.5-cu. ft. of cargo space and a 60/40 split capability for the rear seats.  
 

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