Scion tC vs. the Orlando Scion FR-S: which should you buy?


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We're comparing the 2014 Scion tC and the Orlando FR-S to help YOU decide which of these would make the best car for you!

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Scion tC vs. the Orlando Scion FR-S: which should you buy?

  1. 1. 2014 Scion tC vs. the Orlando Scion FR-S: which should you buy?
  2. 2. Getting behind the wheel of a new car is always exciting! However, we also know how challenging it can be to choose just one car out of the many options out on the market. It’s also extremely stressful deciding what type of car you’re looking for. However, we aim to help you out by comparing different cars so you’ll be able to choose the best one for you!
  3. 3. The Scion tC and the Orlando Scion FR-S are both sporty, but they do have some notable differences. Checking them out will help you choose the car that’s best for you! The Orlando Scion tC takes on the Scion FR-S Though both of these vehicles are quite sporty, they are very different. The Scion FR-S was built to be a sports car contender while the Scion tC in Orlando is a bit more practical than its sibling. They bring different things to the table, so let’s find out which one would be best for you!  Price: Let’s face it; you sometimes want to get the very best without spending too much money. Luckily for you, both of these new Scion in Orlando are incredibly affordable. The Scion tC kicks off at $19,965 while its sports car sibling has a starting MSRP of only $25,555. You’ll be able to get an economical new car regardless of which new Scion you choose!  Fuel-efficiency: Both Scion options are quite the performers in their respective fields. The Scion tC was built to be functional and because of this, you can expect to get great fuel economy from this ride (23 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway). Its sibling gives you a bit less but still offers excellent fuel efficiency for a sports car—22 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway. As you can see, these vehicles are different when it comes down to it. You just have to decide what you want out of your new vehicle—a sports car feel or an undeniable convenience factor! New Scion in Orlando give you curb appeal The 2014 Scion FR-S and its sibling are both stellar vehicles, but they do have some interior and exterior details that appeal to different people. Check out some of the details that make each car unique.  Like we mentioned, the Scion tC is a bit more practical than the Scion sports car. Details like the power outside mirrors with LED turn signal indicators, 18-inch alloy wheels, chrome-tipped exhaust, and front bumper LED accent lights distinguish this ride from its sibling!
  4. 4.  The Scion FR-S in Orlando is a sports car, so it has sport car details! A 2.0L Boxer engine will allow you to get up to 200 hp behind the wheel. A plush interior with red accent stitching also sets this winner apart from the rest. Sport pedals and paddle shifters will make you feel like you’re behind the wheel of a race car! Come see both of these new Scion at our dealership! We’re located at 3575 Vineland Road and we can be reached at 888-725-3520! Google