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New Toyota Aygo with lower CO2 emissions priced from £9,695

6 2019 Toyota Aygo

Toyota has revised the Aygo and reduced its CO2 emissions by 5g/km, under the new testing regime.

The new model, priced from £9,695, promises more driving fun and distinctive styling.

The current Aygo has become one of Toyota’s most successful models in terms of conquest sales, helping it attract new customers to the brand.

At the front it benefits from a redesigned bumper and headlights, while LED taillights enhance the rear.

Toyota has also introduced new colours and new wheel designs, each dedicated to a specific model grade.

Inside the instruments and trim have received a refresh to give a more premium feel.

The three-cylinder 1.0-litre engine has been extensively revised and now meets Euro 6.2 emissions standards. CO2 emissions have reduced by 5g/km to 93g/km and a mild power boost increased output to 71PS. Fuel consumption is rated at 68.9mpg.

Changes to the suspension and steering allows the new Aygo to react more quickly and precisely to driver inputs.

It also benefits from enhanced sealing and sound absorption materials to the dashboard, front pillars, doors and rear deck, bringing a marked reduction in noise and vibration in the cabin.

New Aygo’s grade structure has been redeveloped and each grade has its own design elements, easily recognisable by different front bumper executions, dedicated alloy wheels and interior finishes.

All are offered in five-door format, with the x version additionally available as a three-door.

X-play includes air-conditioning, steering wheel-mounted audio switches, a height adjustable driver's seat, an adjustable speed limiter, LED rear lights and the x-touch multimedia system with DAB and Bluetooth.

The new Aygo x-plore extends the specification with 15-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, automatic air conditioning, automatic headlights, rear privacy glass, a reversing camera and satellite navigation. It can also be specified with a powerretracting canvas Funroof and Toyota Safety Sense.

The x-cite version stands out from the rest of the range with its Magenta Fizz bi-tone paint finish and matching interior, body-coloured inserts for the air vents and gear-knob and piano black instrument panel and gear lever surround.

It is fitted with black alloys, front fog lights, automatic air conditioning, automatic headlights and rear privacy glass. Toyota Safety Sense is available as an option.

The x-clusiv builds on the x-play standard specification with a distinctive bi-tone paint scheme in a choice of three colours – black with silver roof or blue and silver with black roof. It has part leather upholstery, automatic air conditioning, smart entry and start, Toyota Safety Sense and the x-touch multimedia system which supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

New Toyota Aygo pricing:

x 1.0 VVT-i 5MT 3dr


x 1.0 VVT-i 5MT 5dr


x-play 1.0 VVT-i 5MT 5dr


x-play 1.0 VVT-i x-shift 5dr


x-press 1.0 VVT-i 5MT 5dr


x-press 1.0 VVT-i x-shift 5dr


x-plore 1.0 VVT-i 5MT 5dr


x-plore 1.0 VVT-i x-shift 5dr


x-cite 1.0 VVT-i 5MT 5dr


x-cite 1.0 VVT-i x-shift 5dr


x-clusiv 1.0 VVT-i 5MT 5dr


x-clusiv 1.0 VVT-i x-shift 5dr



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  • mistryj7 - 23/02/2018 17:46

    I would recommend to Toyota to bring out a 'GTi' model. They will be surprised at the the increased sales. This new version needs only slightly better power/looks; the suspension should NOT be made harder.

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