2012 Scion iQ Base Review
Spins on a dime, parks beautifully. And in a pinch, you really could put three or four people in there, which is great in a tiny car like this.
I really don't feel safe putting a baby seat in the back. And I admit it's a little noisy on the freeway.
A Fun Little Commuter — The aggressive styling is really what sold me on this car to begin with. You sit up tall with the other "full - size" cars, so I don't get that feeling of imminent squishiness that you get in Mini Coopers or Smartfor2s. And a little thing that I never knew I was missing - the car connects to my phone as a bluetooth headset, so I can listen to music or audiobooks from right where I left off inside my house or working in the yard.
Primary Use: Commuting to work
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