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By Cars.com Staff
July 15, 2013
The iQ, which Scion classifies as a micro-subcompact, became one of the three or four smallest cars in the U.S. when it arrived in late 2011, joining the likes of the Smart ForTwo, Mini Cooper and Fiat 500. The iQ delivers good but not great mileage – like the ForTwo but with more seats. New for 2014 A touch-screen stereo with a 6.1-inch screen is newly standard, and the available BeSpoke premium stereo now supports Aha-based smartphone integration and navigation functionality. Exterior Highlights
120.1 inches from bumper to bumper
Doors make up most of the car's sides
16-inch steel wheels with wheel covers and all-season tires; 16-inch alloy wheels available
Folding side mirrors with turn-signal indicators
Available fog lights
Available rear spoiler
Front passenger sits farther forward than the driver, which makes the rear seat on that side more usable
Both rear seats fold flat independently for cargo versatility
Outside temperature gauge
Leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls
Pioneer CD stereo with MP3 jack and USB port
Bluetooth cellphone connectivity and streaming audio
Available navigation system
Available configurable interior lighting with seven colors
Under the Hood
94-horsepower, 1.3-liter four-cylinder
Continuously variable automatic transmission
Engine runs on regular gas
Electric power steering
Available lowering springs
Front-seat side-impact airbags
Side curtain airbags
Front knee airbags
Front-seat-cushion airbags designed for occupant positioning during a crash
Rear-window curtain airbag
Electronic stability system
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