It is a small car, and it felt like it. very cramped inside, especially models with the sunroof. I have not looked at the numbers, but the 500 felt very narrow, putting you right up against the door and your passenger. When I sat in the iQ, it felt much more roomy. I sat in the back of the iQ, and it felt pretty good. I did not attempt to do that in the 500. The back of the front seat was almost touching the back seat.Yeah, I sat in the fiat and it's simply a chrysler poor-quality american designed and mexican built attempt to rescue the chrysler.
I had no space to put my foot on onces i took it off the clutch pedal.
indeed they are, sometimes manufactures just come up with their MPG rating by the car's spec's but many times Toyota's were tested to see how much MPG's they really get and sometimes you can get 5-10 MPG's more than what Toyota says.Dont go by the numbers. They are inaccurate and misleading. I get 41+ mpg on my current 2010 fit. IQ is p robably going to be in the mid 40s range. Yaris is on par with the fit if driven lightly.