Help with Scion IQ questions?

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Old 21 Oct 2013, 11:40 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default Help with Scion IQ questions?

I have a few questions on the Scion IQ















1.) How is it at driving in the country? I am almost always going 50-60 mph near my college and want to know if the car is good at these speeds and do you think these speeds are okay for the small car to be driving constantly?















2.) Any way to make it a bit faster?















3.) Do you think a 32" tv will fit in it?















4.) Is it decent at passing other cars?















5.)Is it okay in snow?















Thanks in advance any help is appreciated. Please no disrespectful answers.















Ryan
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Old 21 Oct 2013, 11:55 am   #2 (permalink)
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1) As good as any super-tiny, underpowered city car could be.















2) No.















3) No.















4) See #1.















5) See #1.































And seriously, why would you think asking random strangers on the Internet would be anywhere near as helpful as, say, GOING TO A SCION DEALER AND ASKING, and/or test-driving one???
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