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Scion IQ Convertible Specification And Features:
Test drivers agree that the 2015 IQ’s four-cylinder engine delivers adequate power for city driving but strains during highway passing and merging. An automatic transmission (CVT) is standard, and auto writers say it makes the engine drone loudly during acceleration. The 2015 IQ gets an EPA-estimated 36/37 mpg city/highway, which is fantastic for the class.
Reviewers write that the IQ’s small size makes it very easy to maneuver into parking spaces. However, they say that the IQ’s rivals are more agile, and that its ride lacks composure on the highway as well as on rough pavement.
Automotive journalists report that the 2015 Scion IQ Convertible has hard plastic cabin materials, though that is common in this class. Most critics think the IQ has comfortable front seats, but they wish the driver seat had more adjustments. Reviewers like that the IQ’s dashboard is set farther forward on the passenger side than on the driver’s side, which means there’s enough legroom for an adult to sit in the right rear seat. However, test drivers say the left rear seat is only large enough for a child. The IQ has almost no cargo space with the rear seats in use.
Standard features in the 2015 Scion IQ include Bluetooth, a 6.1-inch touch-screen infotainment system, a six-speaker Pioneer audio system, an auxiliary audio jack, a USB input, HD Radio, steering wheel-mounted audio controls and key-less entry. A premium Be Spoke Audio system with smartphone app integration and navigation is available as a dealer-installed accessory. Auto writers say the IQ has simple interior controls, and they report that the Pioneer audio system delivers great sound quality.