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Top-spec Platinum model gets a range of luxury interior features

Toyota has launched a new top-of-the-range version of its Aygo city car, the Platinum.

Based on the Aygo+ model, the Platinum receives a range of luxurious upgrades, including an Alcantara and leather interior and a new leather gearknob, while a new six-speaker audio system also features.

See the hi-res pics of the Toyota Aygo Platinum

Outside, it gets new 14-inch alloy wheels and all models come in Crystal Silver metallic paint. Power comes from Toyota’s 1.0-litre VVT-I petrol engine, which is mated to a five-speed manual ‘box.

Prices start at £8995 for the new model and it is available to order now. For an extra £380, the Aygo Xtra Protected pack is added, which includes rear parking sensors and rear protection mouldings.

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baldyorvik 13 November 2009

Re: Toyota launches luxury Aygo

This is'nt really a "News Headline" as it's actually been out since the middle of June.

noluddite 13 November 2009

Re: Toyota launches luxury Aygo

coolboy wrote:
breath brand new,

Mini1 13 November 2009

Re: Toyota launches luxury Aygo

They are actually thoroughly well engineered little cars - and ARE remarkable. When the cars arrived back in 2005, 109 g/km of CO2 and 60+ MPG from a small petrol engined car was pretty impressive, and still is. The i10 is a fine car too, if a tad shorter on character than the 107/Aygo/C1 trio. Funny why Toyota keep discontinuing and reintroducing the Platinum model though - it's already been and gone once! The Aygo, C1 and 107 were and are the REAL new Mini. They handle brilliantly and always put a smile on your face :-D