Toyota car reviews Toyota iQ reviews

  • NEW PRICE: - - £16,440
  • USED PRICE: From £6,425

The Toyota iQ is almost as short as the Smart Fortwo but somehow manages to provide space - at a pinch - for up to four people. Introduced in 2008, the iQ is an unusually innovative addition to the market for small urban cars, but a slightly pricey one as well.

Latest model: Toyota iQ (2008-)

Pros and cons

  • Pro: Very manoeuvrable, four seats, good safety
  • Con: Stiff suspension, small boot, expensive to buy and surprisingly thirsty

New Toyota iQ reviews

The iQ is a miracle of packaging, providing just enough space for four - Toyota calls it a 3+1 - in a car hardly any bigger than a Smart Fortwo, despite having a conventional front-wheel drive layout. But is the cleverness of the iQ's design enough to overcome its comparatively high price and other drawbacks? Our full Which? review has the answers.

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1 New Toyota iQ review available

  • Toyota iQ (2008-)

    Toyota iQ 1

    New price: - - £16,440

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Used Toyota iQ reviews

The iQ is comparatively expensive and depreciates slowly, so there won't be many low-priced used examples around. The iQ is a handy town car but it's slightly thirsty and it doesn't appear to be particularly reliable either, so is it a good used buy? Find out more by reading our full Which? review.

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Toyota iQ reviews