What used Toyota Aygo hatchback will I get for my budget?
Shop around and you can get the second-generation Aygo for less than £5000 at the time of writing, but many examples will be high-mileage or Cat D cars. It is possible to find a clean 2014 car with an average mileage and a full history, bought privately, for this figure, although upping the wedge to between £6000 and £8000 buys you a potentially superior 2015 car with an average mileage, bought from a dealer. Step up to £8000-£10,000 and you can net a 2016 car from an independent dealer or, at the top end of that price bracket, a 2016-2017 car from a franchised dealer.
How much does it cost to run a Toyota Aygo hatchback?
There is only one engine option and claimed average fuel economy is 68.9mpg, with CO2 emissions of 95g/km. Cars registered before April 2017 will pay no road tax (VED), but those registered after that will pay the current flat rate of £140 per year.
Insurance groupings range from 5 to 7, depending on trim.
Toyota’s servicing costs are very reasonable and it is possible to buy some service plans with your local dealer to spread the costs. Servicing is due every year or 10,000 miles. An intermediate service currently costs £145 and a full service £245.