|2015 Scion iQ||2015 Toyota Yaris|
|6.5 l/100km||City Fuel Efficiency||7.8 l/100km|
|94 HP||Horsepower||106 HP|
|16.7 cu. ft.||Max Cargo Capacity||15.3 cu. ft.|
|77.3 cu. ft.||Passenger Volume||99.7 cu. ft.|
2015 Scion iQ vs 2015 Toyota Yaris
We recently got word that the 2015 model year will be the last for the Scion iQ, as it is being discontinued alongside the Toyota Venza. So we thought we would show some of the differences and similarities between the iQ and one of our other subcompact vehicles, thus taking a closer look at the 2015 Scion iQ vs 2015 Toyota Yaris. The Yaris isn’t a tiny city car like the Scion iQ, but it is now one of the smallest vehicles we offer and would make a comparable choice once the Scion iQ is gone. On the other hand, there will still be a few 2015 Scion iQ’s available, so perhaps the advantages that the iQ has over the Yaris may sway you to become one of the final Scion iQ owners in Edmonton.
Differences between 2015 Scion iQ, Toyota Yaris
As you can tell by glancing at the table above, each model has its own advantages. For the outgoing 2015 Scion iQ, it has superior city fuel efficiency due to its tiny, city car nature. Additionally, it has the ability to fold down the back row seats and open up nearly 17 cubic feet of space, which is a bit more than the Toyota Yaris’s trunk. Other than saving some cash at the gas pump and allowing a bit more cargo, the Scion iQ doesn’t have many advantages other than its size.
The Yaris on the other hand has an extra 12 horsepower, which means it will offer a slightly better driving experience. Adding to that, the Yaris has more than 20-extra cubic feet of space for your passenger to stretch out and get comfortable in. Whichever vehicle you might be leaning toward, be sure to schedule a test drive right online today and get behind the wheel!