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SPECS 2013 Scion tC
Engine displacement (liters): 2.5L (2AR - FE) (2494CC) DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder with dual VVT-i
Horsepower (HP): 180 @ 6000 rpm
Torque (lb-ft): 173 @ 4100 rpm
Transmission: 6MT / 6AT Sequential ignition systemToyota Direct Ignition (TDI) drivetrainfwd brakes front / rear: Ventilated Disc / Solid Disc Braking SystemABS with EBD & Brake Assist
Tires[2]: P225/45R18

Suspension
Traction Control (TRAC): Standard
Vehicle Stability Control (VSC): Standard
Steering: Electric - Power Steering (EPS)
Front Suspension: MacPherson® Strut
Rear Suspension: Double Wishbone
Stabilizer Bars: Front/ Rear
Fuel Capacity (gal.): 14.5
Curb Weight (lbs.): (MT / AT)3070 / 3115

OEM Audio Plus Reference 400CF tuned exclusively for the 2011-12 Scion tC offered with free shipping!
This system offers carbon fiber speaker cone technology and provides “Drop-in / Plug N' Play” installation optimized for use with all Scion tC factory radios.

and photos by Jacob Leveton and photos by Jacob Leveton
and photos by Jacob Leveton and photos by Jacob Leveton

 



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