Unique styling, amiable and signature features, and plenty of addable options make the iQ by Scion a no-brainer for entry-level shoppers.
A micro sub-compact hatchback with seating for four, the 2014 Scion iQ provides superior fuel economy and features that aren't available on similar vehicles.
A sub-compact hatchback with seating for two, the 2013 Scion iQ is powered by a 1.3-liter 4-cylinder engine that produces 94 hp and 89 lb-ft of torque.
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Scion thought small in 2012 when it came to creating a production vehicle combining micro-subcompact size with the brand's trademark value. The 2012 Scion iQ debuted as the world's smallest four-passenger car measuring just 120.1 inches in total length. Easy to park and navigate through urban environments, the driver of the iQ was also advantaged with the tightness of a 26.6 feet turning diameter. While the car was advertised as four-seater, the 3+1 offset seating arrangement meant a tight fit for occupants behind the driver. Inside, safety protection was delivered by total of 11 standard air bags. Propelled by a 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a continuously variable transmission, the ultra-compact Scion iQ could travel up to 37 miles on a highway using a single gallon of gasoline. For 2014, a limited number of Silver Ignition painted 10 Series iQs celebrated the 10th anniversary of Scion complete with 16-inch alloy wheels and a jack knife key. The final year of sales for the Scion iQ was in 2015 with 15,695 units sold.