Scion iQ Gets Bad Consumer Reports Review
The iQ was mostly criticized for lacking pulling power, soundproofing and a proper level of comfort. However, the magazine did recognise the iQ’s ability to tackle urban areas.
Let’s hear it in their words: “While the iQ’s fuel economy is good within its class, it requires drivers to endure a lot of trade-offs just to save at the pump. Its $16,205 sticker price is no bargain either.”
The magazine itself recognized a pattern of low scored fro small cars within its reviews, explaining that that Scion iQ is just a tad bigger than the Smart ForTwo, which is one of the cars with the lowest scores on its lists.