Don't Overpay for Your 2014 Scion iQ!
Average Overall Rating:
1 of 2 (50%) of consumers said they would recommend this vehicle to a friend.
Reviewed by Realist in suburbia
August 28, 2013
Not suitable for suburban roads or highways. Cramped & claustrophobic interior Possibly suitable in heavily congested urban settings.
I would recommend this vehicle to a friend: NO
Reviewed by tiggertiffin87
August 26, 2013
I bought this after having a 2009 Kia Spectra so I was already expecting less power. But I honestly barely notice the difference. If you need to pass a vehicle on the freeway, the car still has extra to give to give you a boost. Even on a hill. Oh and the responsiveness is awesome. A slight turn of the wheel and the car is going that direction. I didn't realize how slow my Kia was until going to the iQ. Am loving the gas mileage and the Eco indicator as well. Only thing I miss....a button to open the cargo lift gate. But then again most of the time I'm already outside of the car when I need in there. Cargo space with the seats down is awesome. I can fit more in there than my Kia. I even compared specs and the iQ has 4 feet more of interior cargo space. And as for leg room, don't bother trying to fit someone behind the driver...though a car seat would fit. My 5'11" boyfriend fit behind the passenger with both of them having plenty of legroom. I love this little car!
I would recommend this vehicle to a friend: YES
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