straight cash homie
For the record, the iQ was officially released today in the Western Region of the US (AKA California), so it isn't a surprise that you haven't seen any around that wasn't at an Auto Show or on the street that was a company vehicle.The Greater Toronto Area sells quite a lot of Toyota vehicles, there's at least over 20 dealers while there's about 8 that also sell Scions more than Lexus dealers which are at 6. Despite its decent dealer presence here the xD has bombed big time, the xB is a very slow seller and the tC sold a few when it first launched but I think it too has fizzled. The iQ has been released...but I've yet to encounter one. Not very good news, as a matter of fact I think Suzuki actually does better...their cars don't even carry a badge that's associated with good cars, and their dealer network is the smallest.
GTA has a huge "immigration" population and I'm surprised that Scion didn't sell better. Again, Asians love to buy Toyotas and with the brand association, you'd think that would be an easy sale. But then again, Scion hasn't been doing great numbers either in the US too, though in my area, quite a few Asian kids (my cousins included) drive Scions, so that must account for the few hundred sold per month in the whole nation.