The tC got a mild cosmetic freshening for 2014. Its 2.5-liter four-cylinder provides adequate acceleration. When mated to the six-speed automatic, it averaged a very good 27 mpg overall. The automatic has a rev-matching feature for 2014. While it looks like a sporty coupe, the tC's handling is quite mundane. It's noisy and stiff riding, making it an unpleasant companion. It has the versatility of a hatchback, and the cabin, particularly the rear seat, is quite spacious for a coupe. Interior fit and finish is unimpressive, and the thick rear roof pillars and small windows block outward visibility.
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