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Toyota iQ GJ10, 1 generation 11.2008 - 03.2016

1 generation
(GJ10) 11.2008 - 03.2016
DBA-KGJ10, DBA-NGJ10
1 generation
Hatchback
The compact model with an ultra-short body (2985 mm) accommodates 4 people. The exterior and interior design are distinguished by simple and natural lines. The engine is located deeper relative to the front wheels, which makes the front overhang very short. The engine compartment itself is very compact, and a flat fuel tank is located under the floor. The four-seater saloon was made quite spacious due to the narrow profile of the front seat backs, a miniature air conditioning unit (it is built into the instrument panel), an asymmetric instrument panel - its passenger part goes deeper relative to the driver. A 1-liter engine is aggregated with a continuously variable transmission, fuel consumption in 10-15 mode is 4.3 liters per 100 km. Salon IQ is equipped with nine airbags. (October 2008)
 Modifications with a 1.3-liter engine were added: 130G and 130G Leather Package. The Dual VVT-i system is responsible for more efficient gas distribution, providing good torque at low / medium speeds and fast acceleration. (August 2009)

 The list of standard equipment on all vehicles includes a mechanism for adjusting the driver's seat height. The color scheme of the interior decoration of the doors has been changed, now two colors appear here: plum and black. The new steering wheel trim makes it more pleasant to the touch. In general, good work has been done to create a more comfortable cabin. (May 2010)