Launched in late 2004, the 2010 Scion tC is now by far the oldest vehicle in the Scion lineup of small cars. Not to mention, the 2010 Scion tC has gone unchanged except for an exterior color change. The Scion tC is equipped with a 161-horsepower, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, similar to the one found in the Toyota Camry. With tight handling and communicative steering, the 2010 Scion tC is a fun drive. The interior of the 2010 Scion tC has a sporty design.
Although tall drivers will be short on headroom, the seats are snug and well bolstered. The rest of the cabin in the 2010 tC is stylish, giving the impression it belongs to a more expensive vehicle. However, some seating engineering in the back makes rearward vision and backing up challenging.