It's worth going for X-play, the second trim level in the range, because this brings a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearknob over entry-level X trim's plastic items. X-play and above also add more appealing, gloss-finish dashboard plastics that can be personalised to your taste.
Top-of-the-range X-clusiv adds leather seats, but the rest of the interior still features lots of scratchy plastics – especially on the dashboard and inside of the doors.
Whichever trim you go for, the Aygo feels solidly built and the ancillary controls, although not quite as weighty as those in a Volkswagen Up or Kia Picanto, feel meaty enough.
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