Scion has announced today the pricing for the 2008 tC sports coupe and tC
Spec Package models. Both will be available in showrooms next month.
The tC Spec Package will have a MSRP of $15,300 for a manual transmission and $16,100 for an automatic transmission. The core model tC is priced at $17,000 for the manual transmission and $17,800 for the automatic transmission.
The 2008 tC receives freshened styling, new standard equipment
and safety features for 2008. Exterior changes include a new upper mesh
grille, lattice lower grille, projector-type low beam headlights with black
trim, and rear tail lights similar in style to the tC’s headlights with round combination lamps. The tC also receives a deep orange combination
meter on the instrument panel, silver-colored accents on the door assist
grips and center cluster, updated seat fabric and a Pioneer subwoofer
located under the cargo area.
It comes standard with eat-mounted side airbags, front and rear side curtain airbags, and two complimentary factory- recommended maintenance services, at 5,000 and 10,000 miles, at any Scion or Toyota dealer. Also all the 2008 models come standard with Apple iPod connectivity.
What is new in the accesories is the Scion navigation system. The system features a 160-watt maximum power audio/video/navigation unit with seven-inch LCD touch screen.
The tC Spec Package model, a blank canvas for the tuner community to
express its creativity, also receives the grille, deep orange combination meter and silver-colored interior accents in addition to the new airbags and iPod connectivity across the Scion line-up.