It may be the world’s smallest four-seater car, but the Toyota iQ has never been short on style. Its distinctive exterior appearance remains unchanged, but in the cabin some changes have been made to raise the quality factor and give customers more choice.
ASA Recruitment may be celebrating its 40th anniversary, but there’s no looking back for the company with its latest acquisition – a fleet of brightly styled and thoroughly contemporary Toyota iQ pool cars, to run around the four Scottish city centres from which it operates.
Toyota’s engineering excellence has once again been rewarded with wins in the ‘Green Engine of the Year’ and ‘Sub-1.0 Litre Engine of the Year’ categories at the 2010 International Engine of the Year Awards.
Few car makers will look back fondly on 2009, but Toyota has made the best of a bad situation thanks to new models and a well organised, fast starting scrappage scheme offer that had attracted many buyers keen to buy into the quality and strong residual value of the brand.
With its ultra-compact, utterly contemporary styling, the Toyota iQ is used to turning heads on the street. Now it’s giving businesses the chance to stand out from the crowd with a free company livery offer that makes the most of its look-at-me design.