For The Aygo is cheap to fuel and tax, and mid-range X-Play models are well equipped and have some nice cabin touches.
Against Many rivals have more rear-seat and boot space, and refinement is disappointing.
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The Toyota Aygo is striking and easily customisable, but it’s too cramped, unrefined and poor to drive to worry the best city cars.
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There are 10 Toyota Aygo versions available
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The Aygo comes with a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine and four seats (some other city cars have five, or give you the option of paying for a fifth), but from there on your choice is huge. Once you’ve decided whether you want a three-door or five-door model and a manual or automatic gearbox, there are different trim levels and, thanks to the Aygo’s exchangeable body panels, countless colour options.
We’d go for the X-Play model, which comes with air-conditioning, Bluetooth, 15-inch steel wheels, a leather steering wheel and gearlever, a four-speaker stereo and a rev counter.
More expensive models add alloy wheels, a touch-screen infotainment system, part-leather seats, DAB radio and a reversing camera, but they’re not such good value for money.