The Toyota iQ design is more about brains then brawn, with 4 seats low running costs and a car that measures less than 3 metres, the Toyota iQ ticks all the boxes for a small modern city car. When you look at the iQ you can see some small similarities to the equally tiny Smart ForTwo city car. The Toyota iQ has wider stance which helps give it a real road presence and a more grown-up look than its rival. The Toyota iQ has a surprising amount of space in the front although the rear is a bit of a squeeze for 2 adults but the space is fine for two small children. The Toyota iQ is not designed to carry large objects but with the rear seats folded flat you get a useful 284 litres of storage space. Out in the city the Toyota iQ will soon win you over with its efficient 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine which delivers decent performance, better still the Toyota iQ is a green car as it can manage 65.7mpg while emitting only 99g/km of CO2, meaning owners pay no road tax. Toyota are now pushing there commitment to quality and now offer a 5 year warranty on every new car. You can get the Toyota iQ on lease and contract hire through www.leasecarsdirect.co.uk for £140.27+VAT a month with delivery, car tax, and manufacturer warranty included.
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