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We have 1 reviews of recent Toyota Aygo models:
Funky city car that's cheap to run, fuel and finance
£12,440 - £15,200
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- Distinctive design and customisation
- Easy and economical to drive
- Most versions are well equipped
- Five-year warranty as standard
- Feels dated in some places
- X-shift automatic unresponsive
- Option bundles can make it expensive
- Out of its depth on motorways
2005 - 2014
With masses of choice and temptingly cheap prices, the Aygo should make the perfect used city car
£483 - £5,404
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- Cheeky styling
- Fun to drive
- Low running costs
- Back to basics cabin
- Tiny boot
- Optional navigation system dislikes built-up areas
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