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Toyota iQ

£ N/A
710
Published: 13 Jan 2015
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Despite its innovative approach, Toyota's iQ doesn't live up to the hype. Well, not quite

Good stuff

Ingenious, tiny yet spacious, and capable of hitting the highway

Bad stuff

Unfortunately, it's way too pricey for this budget sensitive segment

Overview

What is it?

Toyota’s entirely logical idea to offer big-car luxury in a small-car package, the iQ makes an awful lot more sense on paper than it does in reality. We all got very excited about the iQ’s arrival and then a bit glum when it wasn’t quite the car we’d expected. It’s not as posh as it promised to be, and it’s not as much fun to drive as various rather more regulation city cars. Still, it is unusual and in parts very clever, and is one of the few genuinely tiny cars that can properly hold its own on the motorway. A mixed bag, then, but an interesting one.

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What is the verdict?

Toyota rethinks the city car. Then charges too much for it.
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