What is it?
With the next-generation Toyota Aygo well into its development programme and expected to appear next year, the 1.0 Move with Style is a last hurrah for this generation of Toyota’s city car.
Current iterations of both the Aygo and its Citroën C1 and Peugeot 107 siblings were launched back in 2005, and it’s fair to say that all are beginning to show their age. The city car class has seen some of the biggest levels of improvement in recent years, so to stay competitive the Aygo needs to keep its appeal.
A refreshed range of trim levels aims to do just that by offering more standard equipment. This top-spec Move with Style has 14-inch alloy wheels instead of the steel units found on the standard car, as well as rear privacy glass, an integrated TomTom navigation unit and LED DRLs.
It comes at a cost of £10,610, though (rising to £11,010 with options). That looks expensive when even a new five-door Seat Mii in top-spec Sport trim is £20 cheaper, at £10,590, and includes the same standard equipment as the Aygo, plus 15-inch wheels and sports suspension.