Just my opinion...I embrace its fishy looks >
I can see what you are saying but I can't decide for myself until I see it in person. I think we are primed to see the front as disconnected from the rest of the iA since we know that it is the part that is different from the Mazda2.just doesn't fit with the swoopy sides....mayber its just the pictures
Millennials are very much into making a statement, so cars need to be evocative and catch your attention. I suppose one could say that young people have always been into flashy cars though. Rimz and such.Also to make a statement, while it can be said to be good or bad, fact it... it is making that statement. Sure to get people looking over and talking.
I thought it was fine, simple enough but enough going on that it's not a boring compact.
I actually find the interior kinda boring. I just wish that everything wasn't black and silver. Just a touch of something else would have livened things up a bit.
Exactly. We're getting a premium interior here.The interior has faux leather, with real stitching. It has carbon fiber trim, satin metal finish, etc. It's a class above the segment for sure. Not to mention the excellent layout of controls. The Scion iA is a clear leader in this segment on interior.