First drive: Toyota iQ - Introduction

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  • Small dimensions boost practicality
  • Quirky design tries to seat four
  • Is it worth £10,000 price tag?
The Toyota IQ is certainly small – at under three metres long it's shorter than the original Mini. That means it can be parked in spots that most drivers wouldn’t even consider.

It's also quirky, with its unconventional cabin layout designed to seat three adults, plus one child or some shopping bags.

There are practical benefits to the car, too, as its dinky dimensions and small engine mean it's cheap to run, and the emissions are very low.

But is this enough to justify a premium price tag that's expected to be around £10,000?

Read on to find out.

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