2011 Scion TC

Toyota Scion points jubilation that is the youngest average customer in the industry and that 71 percent of all 800,000 or so slides were sold to buyers who are new to Toyota. It seems Scion customers are the latest generation of America, Millennium, which are in their middle of this coming of age of the phase of his life. Its oldest members are about 30 years and the youngest is approaching puberty. Interestingly, with a median age of 29, he is the tC coupe has 310,000 total sales since 2002 (or 41 percent of all production Scion) managed to attract a younger clientele of all.In other words, when the funky xB may be better known, it is that the TC is the most important brand of the product. So, it needs a new Scion tC in 2011 to be the undisputed hit. Especially when the second generation xB is, many of the measures do not live up to the success of its direct predecessor to close.

The new 2011 tC is very similar to the previous generation. The differences are subtle, but there have been improvements in several key areas: engine options, the performance of government and stereo.The new tC is powered by a new 2.5L four-cylinder engine that turns out 180 hp and 173 Nm of torque and 19 hp and 11 Nm for a bump compared to the outgoing 2.4-liter model, and is connected to the standard six speed manual gearbox to replace the old five-speed unit. There are bigger brakes on all four corners, too.The new car will be sitting on the platform updated version of the previous McPherson suspension with double wishbones front and back again, more often an anti-roll bars and large 18-inch wheels and tires. The new power control system includes a ratio 14.8:1 ratio faster than the old hydraulic system 17.7:1.More power, bigger brakes, revised suspension and steering feel improved. Piece it all together and the 2011 tC still does not work anywhere near as a real sport. "Tuned" exhaust drones a strong acceleration. Very interesting and makes me afraid to stomp the pedal - something must be done very often depending on the car, and its 2.5-liter engine, which is a power curve is flatter than the cornfield in Iowa.If the exterior looks a little familiar (especially the way the C-pillar) should not be surprising, because the style is influenced by the concept of fuses introduced back in 2006 at the Auto Show in New York. With its high gates, the TC has redesigned the glass area less than the Camaro. As for the back door, ou might think that developers include a wiper blade of the rear window is tilted almost horizontal.The interior is comfortable, decently attractive, and is free of plastic door that is covered in the radio head unit in the old car. Budget trimming is evident everywhere, judging by the size of the hard plastics used in the cockpit. A Saving Grace is on the steering wheel. The thick frame with a flat bottom, are wrapped in leather and something you enjoy each day wrapping your fingers around every time you slip into the sports coupe.

If the drone of the "tune" the exhaust run down, and buyers will appreciate the three units of the audio head. The tC has a base 300-watt 8-speaker Pioneer audio system with auxiliary audio input ports and USB connection for iPod. Buyers can also opt for a premium Alpine sound system with a plug-in for a navigation system or a backup camera and XM Satellite Radio �. The top-of-the-line unit has an integrated navigation system.The 2011 tC can look very similar to the previous generation, but has some important improvements that are not immediately visible, as the most powerful engine, a recalibrated suspension and more standard equipment. But do not expect these improvements add up to a performance car since the tC lacks the energy to do something beyond the grocery store. TC lack of performance, it does redeem itself by offering a compact car safe, comfortable and quiet with some practical utility to the mix.+ Plus :* Optional Alpine sound system* Smart iPod interface* Reclining rear seat- Minus :* New exterior design looks very close to the first generation* Too much use of hard plastics inside the cabin* Droning exhaust note* Uninspiring road handling dynamics


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