1st Jul 2006, 04:28
I used to sell Toyotas, and I can tell you that from experience, all Toyotas have a 5 yr/unlimited miles rust warranty. Not sure if Scion carries the same protection plan (they had their own salesmen). But in any case, you might want to call the dealer to clarify/fix.
24th Sep 2006, 15:52
After test driving the Tc I definitely couldn't regard it as "Fast", though I was rather "Furious" that after all the hype I'd read about it I found it to be slower and rougher riding than the Chevy Cobalt I had test driven. I wasted half a day going to look at the Tc only to find it an over rated piece of junk.
25th Sep 2006, 20:05
Wow, Toyota has a 5 year unlimited warranty, my Honda has a 3 year 60,000 kilometer (37500 mile) warranty and I know why, it rusts like crazy, not sure about these cars, but if you don't like ruse (like everyone else) stay away from Honda, they turned a blind eye to me UNDER Warranty, but now that it is out I have "no proof"...jerks!
30th Sep 2006, 15:42
My older brother has a Scion TC, and he loves the car. He had a 02 Civic Si previously, and had a lot of transmission problems. His 05 TC has been flawless, next year I plan on buying a TC, but the "spec" version. I wouldn't buy the latest version of the Chevy Cavelier,...i.e. the Cobalt. Has anyone seen the rating in Consumer Reports April Auto Issue? You all need to check it out. The TC does very well in customer satisfaction, the Cobalt does really poor.
1st Oct 2006, 10:20
I have just ordered a 2007 Scion TC spec package. It should be here within a month or two. The dealer constantly tried to get us to upgrade to the base model and told us that he would not be able to get a spec package, but upon requesting the manager this was solved. I am very excited, as this is my first car, and will be posting a review here soon.
6th Nov 2006, 09:08
Why would you want a spec package? The Base model is loaded with great options as mine is. The Spec package is about $1500 cheaper, but it is not worth it considering all the options you sacrifice.
24th Nov 2006, 15:25
Is anybody else trying to/or already have... bought a scion and the dealership would not haggle with price or with the APR? I am finding that with the dealership I spoke to today and I was wondering if this is actually true?
27th Nov 2006, 11:16
Scion prices are no haggle as Scion (Toyota) believes the cars offer good value as is. I tend to believe this to be true as my friend's old xB was fully loaded for $14.5. Saturn used to have this, but now with its introduction of very expensive (for the brand) cars (Sky, Aura, etc.) that will probably disappear. Few people would walk into a dealership and drop $27K+ (Sky Redline) on a car without haggling.
4th Jun 2007, 19:29
I went to the Toyota/Scion dealership 3 days ago to test drive the Tc ad it totally rocks.. I drive a 95 Eagle Talon AWD turbo... the Tc isn't as fast, but its definatly cool for me. The dealer told me that Scion has a no haggle policy, the car is as is... which I think works pretty good.
The car comes pretty nicely hooked up at the base price. when I order mine in 3 weeks or so the only thing I feel I need is the pedestal spoiler, fog lights, upgraded stereo and the neon lights.