This generation of the Aygo is yet to be crash tested by Euro NCAP, but Toyota has fitted the Aygo with six airbags, hill-start control, tyre pressure monitoring, ESP and, on manual models, a speed limiter as standard. Every Aygo also has isofix anchoring points, while X-clusiv models come with automatic headlights.
All Aygos get remote central locking, a steering column lock and an immobiliser. Even so, security firm Thatcham Research has rated the Aygo poorly in its resistance to being broken into, awarding it two out of its maximum five stars. In tests to determine its resistance to being driven away it did better, scoring four stars.
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