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SCION iQ   2011 2016
2011 2016

After the concept car unveiled to the public in 2009, the Scion iQ went on sale in the spring of 2011.
The micro subcompact vehicle was a good rival to the Mini Cooper and the Smart Fortwo, having about the same width as the Mini, but taller.

Although considered a 3+1 seater, adults in the rear seats would not have that much space. Otherwise, space wise, both legroom and headroom were a great size in the front, even if the vehicle looked tiny from the outside.

Inside the cabin, the iQ offered an unexpected interior design, with good quality materials.

The 1.3-liter 4-cylinder engine was mated with a CVT transmission and offered a great fuel consumption. The engine developed 90 hp and was more powerful than the one mounted on the Smart Fortwo.

Compared to the Mini Cooper, the iQ was available from a starting price of under $16,000.

Practicality wise, the small car was easy to handle and park around town, however, the load area was almost non-existent. More than 2 adults and luggages was not something to achieve, as the cargo area could be extended by folding the rear seats.

The iQ came with a standard 6-speaker audio system, 10 airbags, steering-wheel mounted controls and lots of safety systems such as electronic stability control, anti-lock brakes and traction control.

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