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I want a Toyota IQ - is it worth buying the 1.33 automatic?

I fancy a Toyota iQ - do you think it's worth going for the 1.33 automatic? Most of my driving is in town and I'm fed up of my big BMW 535D. Also, do you know if there will be any modifications to the car (better interior plastics etc)? Anything else you think I should know?

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No. The 1.0 is fine and the 1.0 CVT auto works well. See the test and video on this site. If you want a full blown iQ, go for the Aston Martin Cygnet at something like £25,000.
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