Anyone from NFL scouts said that the Scion iQ has size matters. However, facing that statement, Scion stated that it is the youth- oriented car company in which being smaller is the way to go. From bumper to bumper, the new iQ measures just at 120.1 in.
The iQ apparently do not have a great power but it is actually fast in speed due to its small size and nimble nature. The iQ is less by 16 ft in space compared to the BMW 760Li since it features a turning circle at 25.8 ft. this little car 3.5 seater provides enough space for two 6-footers in the front seat. The leg room is extremely limited for the passenger who seats behind the driver when there are two people seat on the rear seat.
A 1.3-liter inline-4 empowers the Scion iQ which is mounted under its hood, producing the output at 94 bhp at 6000 rpm and 89 lb.-ft. of torque at 4400. An aluminum block along with a twincam head paired to the powerplant, delivering nice fuel consumption around 36 mpg on city and 37 mpg on highway. The Scion iQ accelerates in 11.8 seconds from standstill to 60 mph. the Scion is able to reach the speed of 100 mph despite of the fact that it takes time to reach the top speed.
The Scion iQ features a strong Japanese design. For you who live in a densely- populated city in which the parking area is limited and the streets are often blocked by crowd, the Scion iQ might be the best choice for you since it has small body but stylish, and efficient. Prepare yourself to grab the Scion iQ which will arrive on dealer showrooms in October on the West Coast. The iQ brings itself along with the price tag at $15,995 including destination fee.
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