Toyota Aygo 2012

21 Feb, 2012 9:00am Luke Madden

Refreshed Toyota Aygo gets a new look, a more efficient engine and two new trim levels

Details have been revealed of the updated Toyota Aygo range. Prices start from £8,495, and new Fire and Ice models have been added to the line-up.

The refreshed car gets styling updates to bring it in line with the all-new Yaris and tweaks to the 1.0-litre petrol engine to bring emissions below 100g/km. Cars equipped with the manual transmission boast 99g/km and fuel economy of 65.7mpgs, while the automatic cars claim 104g/km and 62.7mpg.

Entry-level Aygo and Aygo+ trims get the same standard equipment as before, but are now up to £105 cheaper than the 2011 model. Aygo Fire models get a sporty look with 14-inch alloy wheels, foglights, LED daytime running lights and tinted windows. Aygo Ice cars get air-con, Alcantara and leather trim, Bluetooth and a USB port. 

Aygo Ice models start from £9,895, with Fire cars starting from £9,595. The updated Aygo range is available now, with the first cars delivered on plate change day, 1 March. 

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This range of car cars used to be great value, now they are too expensive.
People will now just get the VW UP.
Aygo starting at £9595.... unbelievable.
You can get a VW UP from £7,995.

Although I have misread that, it's Aygo starting at £8495, so that is much better, but still they should start cheaper than a VW.
So I still think UP/Mii/Citigo will be more popular.

Overpriced Aygo, plus Toyotas abysmal recall woes recently doesn't inspire confidence at all. It's not all that much different to the old model. Skoda Citigo is the one I'd go for.

but i think its getting on a bit now, and a second facelift cant really hide its seven years.

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