The 2012 Scion iQ is an interesting experiment from the quirky, youth-oriented automaker. Scion has positioned the iQ as a premium competitor to the few other sub-sub-compact cars currently on the market, such as the Smart fortwo and the FIAT 500, and the vehicle aims to offer a level of style and customization that simply isn't available with those other two models. Is the United States ready for a an urban runabout that makes the argument that size doesn't matter? City drivers would argue the point that yes, a smaller car that is easy to park is worth its weight in gold on crowded and congested streets, and that increased maneuverability and solid fuel mileage are well worth paying for.
Let's take a look at 10 things you need to know about the 2012 Scion iQ.