It a great car rides well and comfortable, great mpg, I been averaging 40 to 48mpg city and highway both, cheap fill up and grabs lot attention, it 100% better than smart car and this car can zoom in and out of traffic in a heartbeat.
Good car if weather is calm.
2012 Scion iQKelly Trent - North Olmsted, OH03/27/2016
Very scary to drive in the wind and rain.
Adorable and reliable but definitely not a luxury car
2012 Scion iQBetsy - San Antonio, TX09/04/2014
1. Scion uses a proprietary oil filter that requires a special tool. Pretty much means you have to take the car to the dealership for every service.
2. Synthetic oil changes are more expensive.
3. The tiny tires on the iQ are ridiculously expensive and even the dealership has to order them overnight!
4. Feels like an economy car. Dashboard features are jumbled together, only one cupholder in the front, stereo not as nice as the xD, interior light is useless, "glove box" is a cheap plastic tray under the passenger seat.
5. Smaller engine feels...well, small. Car struggles to accelerate, especially on freeway ramps.
All of this aside, I do love my little car. It's adorable and OH MY GOD I can park it ANYWHERE. I love that.
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