- very nippy and easy to drive
- i would have liked a cd player
Published on: 30 April 2017
TOYOTA AYGO X-Pression
Value is the word when speaking about the Aygo. Fuel economy approaching 80mpg in urban areas means you won’t have to pay too many trips to the fuel pumps, while tax and insurance costs are pretty low too, even for a car of its size.
Sharing the same chassis as the Citreon C1 and Peugeot 107 and 108 (depending on the age), the Toyota Aygo comes with all the same perks. That makes it a great option if you like the sound of the French manufacturers’ offerings but not the design.
An Aygo is the car for you if getting from A to B without breaking the bank is top priority. Sticker price alone makes the Aygo an attractive proposition as a first car (used models can cost far less than £6,000, depending on age), but it’ll also save you money in insurance and tax, too.
You should find you’re not putting it into the garage too often either, because it’s up there as one of the most reliable city cars you can buy.
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