iQ’s not short of good reviews, but we’re pleased to see that interest isn’t just limited to the motoring press.
Reflecting on iQ’s form he wrote:
As a piece of design the iQ is far more coherent than, say, a Fiat 500 or a MINI, if only because it hasn’t been burdened by stylistic spectres from the past.
Bell goes on to wonder if city dwellers might downsize to iQ from a far bigger car such as BMW’s X5, concluding:
We can see no reason why not…
The car is a delight, with almost everyone you need placed into an ultra-efficient package. It’s about time that elements of Japan’s Kei car culture started filtering through to the West, and the iQ is a great way to kick off the small-scale revolution.