Maxus T90 Electric
130kW Elite Double Cab Pickup 88.5kWh Auto

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T90 colour pack solid paint Standard (ex. VAT)
Additional T90 colour pack solid paint £575.00 (ex. VAT)
T90 colour pack metallic paint £575.00 (ex. VAT)
T90 colour pack solid - Warm white Standard (ex. VAT)
T90 Colour pack solid - Red £575.00 (ex. VAT)
T90 Colour pack metallic - Competitive orange £575.00 (ex. VAT)
T90 Colour pack metallic - Metal iron ash grey £575.00 (ex. VAT)
T90 Colour pack metallic - Jewellery/Saphire blue £575.00 (ex. VAT)
T90 Colour pack metallic - Metal black £575.00 (ex. VAT)
Artificial leather - Grey Standard (ex. VAT)
10.25" Touch screen
Mobile link
Rear parking sensor
Reverse camera
Radio with MP5 player
Rain sensing windscreen wipers
Rear window electric heating defrosting
Body coloured power rear view mirror
Painted bed liner
Side step
Halogen headlights with automatic induction
High mounted stop lights
Stainless steel sports bar
Body coloured door handles
LED Daytime running lights
LED rear lights
Rear fog lights
Body colour front bumpers
Body colour rear bumpers
Front manual air conditioner + pollen filter
Artificial leather upholstery
220V power outlets
Polyurethane multi-functional steering wheel
6 way front row seats electronic adjustable
ISOFIX and top tether seats
Heated front seats
Driver and front passenger airbags
Front and rear curtain airbag
Front and rear seatbelts reminder
3 point seatbelts for all passenger
Driver and front passenger side airbags
12V power outlets
17" alloy wheels
Battery Capacity in kWh 88.55
Battery Charging Scenario 1 - Power Supply - kW 7
Battery Charging Scenario 1 - Percentage Change
Battery Charging Scenario 1 - Charge Time (Mins) 780
Battery Charging Scenario 2 - Power Supply - kW 11
Battery Charging Scenario 2 - Percentage Change
Battery Charging Scenario 2 - Charge Time (Mins) 540
Battery Charging Scenario 3 - Power Supply - kW 80
Battery Charging Scenario 3 - Percentage Change
Battery Charging Scenario 3 - Charge Time (Mins) 45
Battery Charging Scenario 4 - Power Supply - kW
Battery Charging Scenario 4 - Charge Time (Mins)
Battery Leased
Battery Type
Standard manufacturers Battery warranty - Mileage 100000
Standard manufacturers Battery warranty - Years 8
Coupler/Connector Type
WLTP - Pure Electric Range (km) - City 471
WLTP - Pure Electric Range (km) - Comb 330
Battery Charging Scenario 4 - Percentage Change
WLTP - Pure Electric Range (miles) - City 293
WLTP - Pure Electric Range (miles) - Comb 205
Battery Capacity % guaranteed under warranty 70
Charging Port Location
Usable Battery Capacity 81.47
Maximum Charging Rate - kW 80
CO2 0
Standard Euro Emissions
Noise Level dB(A)
CC 1
Cylinder Layout
Number of Valves
Valve gear
Fuel Type
Catalytic Convertor
Engine Layout
Compression Ratio
Engine Make
Fuel Delivery
Cooling System
Automatic Transmission
Manual Transmission
Engine Codes
EC Urban
EC Extra Urban
EC Combined
Insurance Group 1
Insurance Group 2
Chassis Engine Number
Vin/Frame No.
Coin Series
Coin Description
Standard manufacturers warranty - Years 5
Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage 60000
Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years 3
Manufacturers Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years 10
Exhaust System
Front Brakes
Rear Brakes
Hand Brake
Battery Volts
Battery AH
Alternator Amps
Front Suspension
Rear Suspension
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Coin Wheelbase Description Code
Coin Wheelbase Name Code
Coin Gross Vehicle Weight Code
Coin Power Output Code
Special Edition
Special Order
Based On ID
Running Cost League Headings
Ghost model for valuation purposes
NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %
NCAP Child Occupant Protection %
NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 09
NCAP Pedestrian Protection %
NCAP Safety Assist %
Badge Engine CC 0
Badge Power 177
Vehicle Homologation Class
Generation Mark 1
NCAP Overall Rating - LCV
Relative Height
Relative Length
BHP 177
Engine Power KW 130
Emissions Test Cycle
RDE Certification Level
Tyre Size Front
Tyre Size Rear
Wheel Type
Wheel Style
Tyre Make
Plated 3rd Axle
Plated 4th Axle
Automatic Clutch
Width (excluding mirrors)
Wheelbase 3155
Height 1809
Height (including roof rails)
Load Length 1485
Load Width 1510
Load Height 530
Side Load Door Width
Side Load Door Height
Lower Rear Door Width
Upper Rear Door Width
Rear Door Height
Load Deck Height
Load Space Width Between Wheel Arches
Turning Circle - Wall to Wall
Minimum Kerbweight 2300
Gross Vehicle Weight 3300
Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)
Max. Towing Weight - Braked 1000
Payload 1000
Load Space Volume
Boot Capacity Saloons
Luggage Capacity - 2nd Row Seats Up
Luggage Capacity (Seats Down)
Luggage Capacity - 3rd Row Seats Up
Luggage Capacity - 3rd Row Seats Down
Luggage Capacity - 2nd Row Seats Removed
Luggage Capacity - 3rd Row Seats Removed
No. of Seats 5
Max. Roof Load
Luggage Capacity (Seats Up)
Plated Front Axle 1200
Plated 2nd Axle 2100
Gross Train Weight 4050


If there's one thing you can normally count on when it comes to selling cars, it's that no single product gets an unchallenged run at a market sector. As soon as a new type of car seems as if it's enjoying some success, a whole slow of second generation rivals will wade in. Being first is rarely the profitable position. The Toyota Picnic got to the medium MPV market early, but the subsequent Renault Scenic made the big bucks. Likewise, few remember the Renault 5 Gordini but everyone will know about the Volkswagen Golf GTI's success in the hot hatch market. Smart seemed to be largely unopposed with its city coupe/fortwo when it came to premium micro city cars but one look at the company's balance sheets explained why. Nevertheless, Toyota recognised when economic conditions had swung in Smart's favour and in 2009 launched the iQ, a small car to keep them honest. Here's how to track down a good used example.


3dr hatchback (1.0, 1.33 petrol [base, 2, 3])


The iQ couldn't really have arrived at a more opportune time. With the global economy going downhill quicker than a Goodwood go-kart, the trend for downsizing out of bigger vehicles but into something that didn't feel as if your status had taken a commensurate nosedive ran straight to the baby Toyota's advantage. Here was a beautifully finished three-seat hatch that was almost as small as a Smart but felt by far the premium product. So premium, in fact, that Aston Martin decided to use the iQ as the basis for its CO2 dodge Cygnet. While the Cygnet carries a price tag tripling the iQ's and is, admittedly, wonderfully executed, few will find much to dislike with the iQ. Available with either a manual or Multidrive automatic gearbox, the 1.0-litre engine, available from the car's launch in January 2009 was joined by the 1.33-litre capacity unit in July of the same year. Customers also get to choose between entry-level, 2, or 3 trim levels. The iQ has proven a steady seller, finding the right sort of buyers without feeling faddish or conspicuously commonplace.

What You Get

If you thought the two-seat smart car to be well packaged, then you'll marvel at how Toyota has been able to fit in room for three adults and a child into a package hardly any bigger. How have they managed it? Well, the big 15-inch alloy wheels really are exactly at each corner of the car, so the space in between is virtually all dedicated to people. This wasn't easy to achieve: the front wheels and their driveshafts had to be repositioned in front of the engine and gearbox rather than in their usual place behind. As a result, the typical distance from the tip of the front bumper to the accelerator has been reduced by 120mm, freeing up that extra cabin space. The iQ's classy-looking too: the wraparound rear glass, the smoked headlamp units and the door mirrors with inbuilt indicators all position this as an up-market small car choice. Step inside and the clever ideas continue. The asymmetric dashboard was designed to open up the whole cabin area, scooped out ahead of the front seat passenger so much that legroom is acceptable even when the seat is pushed right forward to allow for a large six foot adult to sit comfortably behind. It's a different story in the seat behind the driver of course but a child would probably be fine there for short distances. Alternatively, you can fold down half of the back seat - or all of it - and increase luggage space from a negligible 32-litres to a small Tesco shop-sized 242-litres. There's also a storage tray that slides from below the rear seat. This is a cabin that feels much larger than that of Toyota's more conventional Aygo citycar. And it is. Shoulder-to-shoulder distance between driver and front passenger is 50mm wider than in the company's supposedly larger Yaris supermini and you could downsize from their even larger Auris family hatchback without noticing much difference in this respect. A flat, thin under-floor fuel tank, a 20% smaller heater unit and repositioned steering gear all make this possible. One day, maybe all small cars will be designed this way.

What You Pay

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What to Look For

The iQ has proven itself a tough little cookie. Both the 1.0-litre and 1.33 litre engines are tried and tested units and the rest of the package, while conceptually bold is mechanically proven. Just about the only durability issue we've encountered is the fact that some of the tiny plastic slats in the narrow front grille can crack. Check for a fully stamped up service record and inspect the car for the usual shopping trolley dints and kerbed wheels. It's worth knowing that only models 2 and up get air conditioning as standard.

Replacement Parts

(approx based on a 2009 iQ 1.0) Parts prices are fairly reasonable, with a set of replacement front brake pads costing £44 with rears retailing at £26. Brake discs are £55. An air filter should be close to £12 with a water pump relieving you of nearly £115.

On the Road

Many citycars are much better at longer distances these days but they're still most at home in urban surroundings. As is the iQ of course. Yet this is also a car that's more comfortable than any town tot we've driven when it comes to stretching its legs. At higher speeds on windy motorways, you don't get blown around like a leaf in a gale and the cabin's refined enough to enable you to converse in normal tones right up to the legal speed limit. Many superminis can't even manage that. The ride's generally pretty good, though it does crash a little through major road faults. At higher speeds though, you feel like you're in a larger car, especially around corners where the Toyota feels flat and stable. Refinement depends a little upon the engine you choose, the 1.0-litre petrol unit we tried offering up the slightly louder but not unpleasant thrum typical of three cylinder powerplants. The four cylinder 1.33-litre engine is more relaxed. Around town, the steering's electric assistance makes manoeuvring the car simplicity itself and the tiny square-cut dimensions, minimal front and rear overhangs and astonishingly tight 11.7m turning circle mean that it's easy to edge into even the tiniest parking places. City people comparing this 3 to 4-seater car with the cruder, cheaper but comparably-sized two-seater Smart fortwo will doubtless want to consider the 6-speed CVT automatic version. Though this gearbox takes the edge off performance that was hardly neck-snapping in the first place (rest to sixty takes nearly 15s on the way to just 93mph in the 1.0-litre version most will choose) its demeanour is a world removed from that of the jerky Smart.


The Toyota iQ is a reasonably bomb proof used proposition but don't go searching for one expecting to pick up an outrageous bargain. Used demand is strong as more potential customers catch onto the fact that here's one of the most interesting city cars around. I'd look for a manual 1.0-litre iQ 2 if I was searching for a vehicle that offers low emissions and a decent trim level or a 1.33 Multidrive if I just wanted sheer ease of use without worrying too much about saving pennies.

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