Written on: 30/07/2015 by tset (1 review written)
Have reached 28,000 miles and now have clutch problems. The problems seem to stem from a low spec component and the problem seems common according to info found on various internet car sites. Would not expect to hit such a major and expensive problem on a modern car. I drive in automatic, so driving style does not come into it. So far, Toyota's attitude to this problem is poor - many think that they should have recalled the car and corrected the problem. Very disappointing - you buy a new… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/01/2013
I went for a quick business trip to Scotland and rented a car (from Listers)for a couple of days. Although in the begging I was bickering that the company actually booked me such as small car I must say I was positively impressed in the first couple of hours. It is small enough to easily find parking, while inside there was plenty of space for me and my colleagues. It really has a very smooth drive not to mention the semi-automatic mode which is extremely relaxing and convenient for long drives… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/10/2011 by Mpapadi (1 review written)
I have only owned a Toyota Aygo for two days after waiting for it for two months. I have to say I already loved the car before I even purchased it and so far it has exceeded my expectations. It is still very rigid and sluggish (I only did 100 kms) but I extect that to disappeare as soon as I take it on the open road. The new engine is still heavy on petrol and needs to get used to spinning (and so I'm told) so I expect it to perform more efficiently after I take it for 1000kms ride this… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/08/2011 by Dawnv70 (1 review written)
After months of researching I decided to purchase the Toyota Aygo. It seemed like the best city car around and after all Toyota do have a reputation for quality - or so I thought. I purchased the Aygo Black 5 door model from RRG, I mention this because the service is almost as terrible as the car. After driving the car for only 1 week I experienced a total brake failure and narrowly missed having a terrible accident. I returned the car the RRG to be told that as a goodwill gesture (!) they… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/06/2010
Brilliant car for first time driver, cheap to run and comfortable even on a long journey… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/01/2010
Was purchased new for wife's job, and the car has now covered around 40,000 miles averaging mid to high 50s per gallon. Has been totally reliable so far. It's very easy to drive. Steering, gearbox and clutch are amazingly light. The foot brake is fine although a little too sensitive for my tastes.
Boot is small, but rear seats easily fold in a jiffy giving more than adequate space for the supermarket trip. Instrumentation and radio is basic, but very clear and adequate. The eager three… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/01/2009
It's a lovely car but it could look more solid building. Sometimes I think the parts of the car could fall apart... it's a feeling, there's missing that Toyota touch inside, which looks more Peugeot or Citroen.
However it's a good and funny car… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/01/2009
The Toyota Aygo 1.0 is very economical, nippy, easy to drive, cheap to run and insuregreen, economical, nice drive, plenty of room inside for 4 adults, driving in the wind is the only real negative factor… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/08/2008 by wild west drifter (1 review written)
Toyota gave better value when I was looking to purchase. The other two models sharing the same engine/chassis did not have the same build quality in my opinion.
Compared all models from the 3 manufacturers before making my Purchase. only 2 provided the Auto box.
Summing up, feel that I have bought the best small car that had all the features I want.
Auto Box, 3 doors, Low insurance, Ultra cheap Road Tax,Split rear seats,Quality Sound system as standard. Good fuel consumption. 55mpg average… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/05/2008 by ryry87 (7 reviews written)
I've had my Toyota Aygo 1.0 Black now for about a year and a half, and overall im very pleased with it. It's definately one of the better city cars out there. However don't expect it to do anymore than you'd expect a city car to do. If you want cheap, stylish wheels to get you from A-B everyday with the occasional short motorway trip then you'll love the Aygo, but if you're looking for a smooth, comfy motorway cruiser it isn't for you.
It'll seat 4 fairly comfortably and theres plenty of… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/03/2008 by lousw1 (2 reviews written)
I purchased the black special addition Toyota Aygo model with the auto box and optional air con. Plenty of room for four adults, pretty nippy around town, everyone is impressed with the leg room inside such a small car. Stereo is good with the six speakers and iPod socket. Overall we are pleased with the Aygo and recommended to our friends to buy one, its a good car for the school run is cheap to insure and 35 pounds road tax is great and may be exempt from London congestion charge in October… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/07/2007 by Aygo (3 reviews written)
I bought the Blue ltd. edition model, despite the lurid blue bodywork, as it came with Air Con, Bluetooth car-kit, mats, glove-box lid, and body-colour detailing inside (around the instrument binnacle and heating vents).
Fuel economy has been around 50 mpg on mixed motoring, but is increasing with each tank-full of fuel as the engine loosens up, and as I get used to a car without a rev-counter! The engine's eager to rev and noisy throughout the rev range so it's all too easy to find yourself… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2006 by triumphman (1 review written)
The Toyota Aygo is cheap, pratical, fun, solid and safe. Surprising torque from this little engine - 3 cylinder like my Triumph bike means you get the best of both twin and four pots. 70+mpg on a long trip. Handles great and the wife loves the cheeky looks. I feel ok in it with my 6' 2" rugby frame. Gone for the + model and aircon and got the whole thing for £7500. It's a Toyota, so goes forever (even the Citroen C1 is a Toyota but with a French inside which will be mainly held by Blue… Read Full Review
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