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2014 Scion tC Lease

$1,999 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees. May or may not include 1st month payment.)

MSRP $20,965

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Payment Breakdown: Scion is offering a lease for a 2014 tC (automatic transmission) available to customers who qualify through your participating dealer and Toyota Financial Services (“TFS”). You will pay $199 a month for 36 months for total lease payments of $7,164 plus a down payment of $1,999 for a total of $9,163 (plus fees, taxes, dealer charges, etc.).
Mileage: With this 2014 Scion tC lease you are granted a total of 36,000 miles over the life of the lease. After that the charge varies for $0.20 per mile. So even if you drove 1000 miles over that would still only cost you an extra $200.End of Lease: Once your lease is up simply return the car to Scion and lease your next vehicle. Keep in mind that you will be responsible for unusual wear and tear and for any additional mileage driven over the allotted amount.Fine Print: *This lease may be available to customers who qualify through your participating dealer and Toyota Financial Services (“TFS”). Not all lessees will qualify. Higher lease rates apply for lessees with lower credit ratings.

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Scion tC Details
The Scion tC was just redesign and this lease offer is perfect for the young or young at heart. This compact car is packed with great options including a 2.5L 180 HP ENGINE, 18-INCH ALLOY WHEELS, and a PIONEER® TOUCH SCREEN DISPLAY AUDIO.
The new Scion sports coupe has been redesigned and the finished product is very attractive. The car performs well and drives even better. But given the increase in MSRP many young people simply cannot afford a vehicle that is aimed directly at their generation. At almost $19,000 the Scion tC costs $3k more than the original car did back in 2005. But you can get a great lease on a Scion tC for much less. Connoisseurs who follow the evolution of the brand created from scratch by Toyota to target a market of young drivers car customization enthusiasts know that the tC coupe was redesigned for 2011 and kore recently the styling has been given a refresh in 2014. Its new design and look is a hit; if Toyota were to adopt the same kind of design inregards to models like the Corolla or Camry, it certainly would attract a whole new section of car buyers. The silhouette of the beautiful Scion tC is more tapered, and its beautiful profile matches seemlessly with the edges of the grille, hood, and windshield. The result is a mixture that is pleasing to the eye and certainly unique in a market where the cut is often the low-end version of a four-door sedan. This is one reason why Scion has continued to enjoy success by standing out from the crowd.Take a look at the Scion tC’s compeitors; they have seen the success and are now starting to take a stab at Scion’s market share. The Civic Coupe and the Kia Forte Koup have certainly undergone recent redesigned in an effort to stand out from the crowd. In fact, given the price of $18,575 for the tC coupe base model wich has a 180 horsepower 2.5-liter engine; this car is a much better deal than the more expensive Civic Si and more powerful than the Kia Forte Koup. This is still quite a bit more expensive and you can lease a Scion tC for about $250 per month.Scion engineers had the right idea by designing a useful hatchback. They gave the 2011 a longer tail which provides a ton of storage room. And since the vehicle is a hatchback, you can easily fold the seats down to maximize the volume of storage space. Up front, the low angle of the windshield and the dashboard provide a lot of passenger room for the front two occupants. As a bonus, Scion offers the coupe with a panoramic roof which has two sections; one for the front passengers and one moon roof for the rear occupants. This reduces the feeling of claustrophobia and adds to the roomy feel on the interior.

Back up fron the ergonomics are what you would expect from Toyota; spot on! The dashboard is simple, but effective. We can obviously fit a mini sound system too no problem for those who like a booming stereo. In fact Scion hs all kinds of tuner parts and accessories to dress up the interior of the tC.

The tC coupe is a great deal for the money but you can lease a Scion tC for cheap! The dark finish of the cabin and the material look nice and are perfect for the younger driver. Where driving enjoyment is concerned; you can choose between a manual or automatic transmission. The manul is a six-speed and is a blast to drive. The automatic is not the most refined transmission on the market but it still does its job well. The initial acceleration is great thanks to the 173 lb-ft of torque that is available. At high rpm, the engine is very noisy, which can be unpleasant to some but great for those who enjoy hearing the roar of a high revving engine.

This coupe has sporty pretensions of course, but it is not so sporty that the ride is harsh. Cornering and handling are excellent; although there is a bit of body roll that could have been addressed by stiffening up some of the suspension components but again this car has to appeal to the masses. On a daily basis the Scion tC is a nice mix of thoroughbred sports sedan and compact entry level car. The elegant 18-inch wheels look good. The ratail price is lower than that of its competitors but to get a 2011 Scion tC lease still represents the best bang for your buck!