We've just taken delivery of Toyota's new iQ – and it looks like being a smart choice.
Thumbing through a list of the latest superminis is like scanning a Mensa roll-call. However, even in this class of over-achievers, Toyota's iQ is a little special.
The iQ is just a handspan longer than a Smart ForTwo, so you can squeeze it into the tightest parking spaces. Yet Toyota has managed to free up enough room for three adults (or four if the driver is very short) by rearranging mechanicals and hollowing out the dashboard on the passenger's side.
Hot in the city?
It's a car that seems ideal for city-dwellers who have no off-street parking, but still need some practicality. In other words, people like me.
I collected my iQ from Currie Motors Twickenham (020 8892 0041), where centre principal Paul Sheeran talked me through the long list of standard features…
Every model gets:
•Front electric windows
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