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Toyota AYGO

New from £13,740

  • 3 or 5 doors
  • 4 seats
  • Automatic or manual
  • Petrol
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Is the Toyota AYGO Hatchback a good car?

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"We were surprised with just how many major changes were made to the Aygo, considering this is really just a facelifted version of a car that’s been on sale since 2014. The 1.0-litre engine has been substantially overhauled, which means that the Aygo is now better to drive and more frugal."


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Running costs for a Toyota AYGO


The Toyota Aygo is mechanically almost identical to the Citroen C1 and Peugeot 108, which are built in the same factory. You’d expect, then, the running costs to be the same, but the Toyota is actually very affordable to buy and will also hold its value better, which should keep overall running costs impressively low. Another main city car rival, the Volkswagen Up, is a bit cheaper to buy but doesn’t get such good fuel economy, despite having less power, which makes the overall costs very similar to the Aygo.

Standard equipment

Expect the following equipment on your Toyota AYGO Hatchback. This may vary between trim levels.

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