Special edition Aygo gets more kit
19 March 2010

A special-edition Toyota Aygo Black has been launched.

It adds to the Aygo+ trim with Alcantara-and-leather upholstery, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, 14-inch alloys and black paint.

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It is powered by a 1.0-litre VVT-i petrol engine, averaging 62.8mpg and emitting 106g/km of CO2.

It is available with three and five doors.

Prices start from £9460 for the three-door car, a premium of £630 over the Aygo+ version on which it's based.

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19 March 2010

These are great little cars, but £10k for the 5 door version, before you add air con is seriously expensive for a small car. Sadly i think its just the sterlings fall against the euro so i guess we will have to get used to it.

But £10,000 still sounds alot for an Aygo

19 March 2010

They can't get a 1 litre engine below 100 thingies of CO2? What's the point?

19 March 2010

[quote John McToon]They can't get a 1 litre engine below 100 thingies of CO2? What's the point?
[/quote]

I cant imagine that the number of 'thingies' is upper most in the mind of potential buyers, and it only adds £20 to the annaul tax bill so i am not sure why anyone would care.

By the way, i like 'thingies' to descride the CO2 output, it does show just how unimportant it all is, thankyou for that.

19 March 2010

a deservedly popular little car,even here in rural Ireland.If only Toyota put a little of their small car design cues and flair into the Auris it might be a contender!!

19 March 2010

I wouldn,t have time taking it back for the many recalls it would have

19 March 2010

[quote artill]But £10,000 still sounds alot for an Aygo[/quote]

Judging by the number of smart affluent businessy types knocking about London in these little things I recon it'll sell.

19 March 2010

[quote tannedbaldhead]Judging by the number of smart affluent businessy types knocking about London in these little things I recon it'll sell.[/quote]

I am sure you are right, i was just commenting how much they have gone up in recent times. And its perfect for the city, if suprisingly good out of it.

20 March 2010

My g/f brought one new in 2006 and first impression is what a smart mordern car it is, even after 5 years, still looking fresh now. but for the money i think its way to expensive.....too much evidence of cost cutting,for one the interior light only works from drivers door and no delay on it either!!

open the hatch and there is unsitely cables showing, very hard cheap plastics everywhere (like a lot of toyotas) there have been numerous niggles with the car....leaking water pump,leaking tailgate,leaking passenger door seal, all have been done under warranty.

to sum up a good little runaround car,cheap to run,great little 3 cylinder engine,good to look at,nippy in town lots of passenger space, the not so good points are fidgety ride,small boot,auto a bit lazy on pick up......would make a good secondhand car but brand new it should be about £7,500 not £10,000. to make a point my freind has just ordered a brand new ka zetec with electric/heated mirrors,heated windscreen,air con,trip cpu all for £9000 after haggling a deal.....who said fords are expensive!!!!!

20 March 2010

[quote John McToon]They can't get a 1 litre engine below 100 thingies of CO2? What's the point?[/quote] It's still £20 to tax for a year John, and it's cheap to run.

"The creative adult is the child who survived."

20 March 2010

[quote pabs]I wouldn,t have time taking it back for the many recalls it would have[/quote] You obviously haven't been informed correctly, the Aygo manual hasn't been involved in the big recall.

"The creative adult is the child who survived."

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