The Scion is available as a coupe hatchback and it is famed for its style and performance. The current model year brings a few changes to the table like a more aggressive fascia, a more sculpted version of the hood and new configurations of wheels to go along with the exterior styling design. The new version of the Scion also comes with an upgraded transmission as well as upgraded transmission features. The 2014 Scion is offered in base trim level as well as special edition 10 series. For those who want to lease a New 2014 Scion in Tacoma, the standard features for the vehicle include 18 inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, cruise control, full power accessories and a panoramic sunroof.

Lease a New 2014 Scion in Tacoma

Under the hood, the Scion comes with a 2.5 liter inline four cylinder engine. This produces at least 179 horsepower and 163 pounds per foot of torque. The engine is linked to a six speed manual transmission which is the default setting and a six speed automatic as an optional setting with a rev matched downshift feature. For those who want to lease a New 2014 Scion in Tacoma, the car accelerated from 0 to 60 within 7.3 seconds which is respectably quick given the current class. The fuel economy of the car is another strong point an EPA rating of 23 miles per gallon in the city and 31 on the highway.


Luckily for those who want to lease a New 2014 Scion in Tacoma, the interior is like the updated exterior styling in that it gives off a sporty vibe. This comes from the thick flat bottom steering wheel to the cradling seat bolsters and the controls which are canted toward the driver. All of these elements give a high performance sports car feel. The interior also packs a bit of space, as the rear seats have a bit of legroom, and the folding rear seat yields a bit of additional cargo space. Some of the safety features aboard the car include stability and traction control, anti-lock disc brakes, front side airbags and curtain side airbags. The 2014 Scion is available at Toyota of Tacoma.
10 Jan 2014

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