Scion iQ Models and iQ History

Scion thought small in 2012 when it came to creating a production vehicle combining micro-subcompact size with the brand's trademark value. The 2012 Scion iQ debuted as the world's smallest four-passenger car measuring just 120.1 inches in total length. Easy to park and navigate through urban environments, the driver of the iQ was also advantaged with the tightness of a 26.6 feet turning diameter. While the car was advertised as four-seater, the 3+1 offset seating arrangement meant a tight fit for occupants behind the driver. Inside, safety protection was delivered by total of 11 standard air bags. Propelled by a 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a continuously variable transmission, the ultra-compact Scion iQ could travel up to 37 miles on a highway using a single gallon of gasoline. For 2014, a limited number of Silver Ignition painted 10 Series iQs celebrated the 10th anniversary of Scion complete with 16-inch alloy wheels and a jack knife key. The final year of sales for the Scion iQ was in 2015 with 15,695 units sold.

New and Used iQ Prices, Scion iQ Model Years and History

Unique styling, amiable and signature features, and plenty of addable options make the iQ by Scion a no-brainer for entry-level shoppers.
A micro sub-compact hatchback with seating for four, the 2014 Scion iQ provides superior fuel economy and features that aren't available on similar vehicles.
A sub-compact hatchback with seating for two, the 2013 Scion iQ is powered by a 1.3-liter 4-cylinder engine that produces 94 hp and 89 lb-ft of torque.
All new for 2012, the Scion iQ is a sub-compact hatchback featuring 3+1 seating and capable of achieving 37 miles per gallon.