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Toyota Aygo is OK for an In-City Ride

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Apr 16 , 20 14

An exceptionally poor value for your money as compared to Kia Picanto

Toyota is one name in auto industry that needs no introduction at all, having developed so many models with engines to pamper all needs. There are some joint ventures that led to some of the most wonderful outcomes like the Aygo, co-developed with Peugeot 107 and Citroen C1. This one is inspired by the thought of having a cheaper and most economical city car which can fulfill day-to-day needs of everyone.

In the big cities where there is a huge load of traffic, bigger cars cause bigger problems, whether it’s regarding space or the economy. The Aygo is a very cheap city car to buy and to run, it starts from £8,700 and its 1.0-litre petrol engine is a three cylinder and produces 67 hp and combined average of 65.7 mpg. Six specification levels are offered as Active, Active Plus, Mode, Mode with Air-Conditioning, Move and Move with Style.

It is pretty comfy for weekend shopping trips and day-to-day city scouting but on the longer journeys, you can get very uncomfortable as the driving position does not have much of an adjustment and seats are also not so cosy. They barely can accommodate adult passengers which is a bit annoying. As the cabin is not very well insulated, the road and wind noise gets really very loud in there.
As the new rivals are coming with a lot more practicality and features, it now seems poor value for your money as compared to the Kia Picanto and Hyundai i10.

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