Can you believe this tiny car seats 4 people? OK, one of them has to be really, really short. But the beauty of this Scion iQ is that it can park in spaces others can't. And its turning radius is ridiculously tight.
It's about 6 feet shorter than a Honda Accord. It's about a foot longer than a Smart car but much more civilized. The rear seats fold down to make for some serious cargo space.
Please note that it has the optional TRD sport suspension, so the ride is stiffer and more responsive than an ordinary Scion iQ. And while it has plenty of power and entertainment options, it doesn't have cruise control.
Depending on my schedule, I may be able to pick up and/or drop you off near the UW Light Link Rail station.
If you find yourself falling in love with it, I'll sell it to you for $6900.
2012 Scion iQUrban Ninja154.518
We loved taking this little car to Vancouver and it was so easy to take it around the city. C.Y. made our first Turo experience easy and fun!
C.Y. was super cool and very informative as this was my first Turo experience. He explained how it worked, walked around the car with me to give it a once over and showed me the process of taking photos. He made drop off easy too, and made sure I knew I could be in touch.
C.Y. made my first Turo rental amazing. My flight was delayed, so I was late picking up the car - he still went out of his way to meet me at the metro station two hours later than planned. The Scion was awesome, perfect for a quick trip for the weekend. C.Y. is clearly an experienced renter on this platform, and I would totally rent from him again the next time I'm in town.
Car was in good working condition, just a little dusty from previous renter, but no big deal. Small size makes it super convenient for downtown parking while still being big enough to be practical. Highly recommended if u spend lots of time in the city.