Toyota launched its iQ model in 2008, but only now is it coming to the U.S. Badged as a Scion, the car's small dimensions make it good for dense cities.
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The car uses a 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine, making just over 90 horsepower and getting it fuel economy in the high 30s.
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Scion points out that there is very little room behind the driver's seat, but the front passenger seat is set forward a bit to make the back seat on that side useful.
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Cargo area in the iQ only exists if you put the rear seat down.
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As a Scion, iPod integration comes standard in the iQ, and different head units are available.
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Scion, always into modding, showed off a Five Axis version of the iQ. This car rides on 18-inch wheels, and is fitted with a TRD brake kit and Tein suspension.
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