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Toyota Aygo Petrol & Diesel

Toyota Aygo


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The Aygo, pronounced I-Go, is part of the trilogy with Peugeot (107) and Citroen (C1) in producing a new breed of affordable small car for Europe. Each one of the three makes use the same core car but each will have its own distinctive appearance, marketing and pricing strategy.

The Aygo is available as a three or five door with three equipment levels, Aygo, Aygo+ and Sport. Fifty five per cent of customers are expected to choose the five-door version and 55 per cent Toyota UK say will go for the Aygo+ specification.

All models, including the Peugeot and Citroen versions, have a new Toyota 1.0-litre variable valve timing three-cylinder petrol engine with a power output of 67bhp and 93Nm of torque at 3,500 rpm. Top speed is 98mph with a 0-62mph acceleration time of 14.2 seconds. Overall fuel consumption is 61.4mpg with a CO2 figure of 109 g/km, the lowest for any petrol engine on the market putting the car in the VED band B. The insurance group rating of 1E is bound to attract young first time new car buyers say Toyota.

A five-speed manual gearbox is standard with the extra cost option, around 600, of a multi-mode clutchless manual/semi automatic transmission.

Aygo Statistics - Petrol

CO2 emissions: 109g/km

MPG Combined: 61.4

Engine: 998cc Petrol
Transmission : 5 Speed Manual

BHP/Torque: 67/93 NM
Kerb Weight: 825 kg
Top Speed: 98 MPH
0-62 MPH: 14.2 secs
Insurance Group: 1E
Warranty: 36months /60,000miles


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Review by Dave from Hertforshire on 10 January 2012

Toyota Aygo Ice: Previouse car K11 '03' plate 1.0 Micra 2 dr & loved it. 40MPG (37MPG in winter) All 1 & 2 mile journeys - work & school runs etc. Owned 3 yrs with 30k. Now 61 plate Aygo ICE 4dr. More road noise but handles better. Better interior, but smaller. Refuelled twice 50MPG & 46 MPG on same local routes (its Jan 2012). Has v small boot, but do weekly shopping ok, but also has 50/50 fold rear seats.   Kids 6 & 8 like it in back & I have sat in back ok (5'10"). Just as fast as Micra, but less load carrying especially thro rear glass boot/window. Rear wiper slow but effecient. Curtessy light switch on drivers door only and no delay to find ignition / seat belts. Cab heater not as good as Micra, but does have air.con. 20 tax (1st yr free). stylish inside & out. The more I drive it, the better it gets. Thought a bit cheep finish, but doesn't squeek/rattle & is durable. No deadlocks, no trip computer, no engine temp gauge or Tacho (is an option) but does have ABS, and front / side airbags (4 star Ncap rating). Electric front windows (but I have to lean across to operate passengers). Excellent turning circle, easy to park (always a space left somewhere to squeeze it in). ok on Motorways, but I wouldn't want to do daily long commutes on one. Excellent round town. Slightly harsh suspension (jarred over some bumps) brakes & lights all good. 5yr warranty. and good reports of reliability. Early reports of clutch failures (larger plate fitted and leaking door seals (now modified) Good re-sale prices. Group 1 insurance.
Alternatives are Hyudai i10, Kia Picanto, Suzuki Alto or even Swift


Review by Hannah from Herts on 07 February 2011

Aygo: I love my aygo. Had a BMW 3 series before which i was using for work. I do loads of town miles and the aygo is saving me small fortune. It's geared very well so it's still nice and nippy. Would recommend this fab little car.


Review by Mrs Hethantion from Middlesbrough on 28 January 2009

This car is brilliant

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