As you’d expect, the Aygo's tiny exterior dimensions translate to a fairly small interior. There's plenty of space up front, with lots of useful cubbys and storage areas, though adjustment in the driving position is poor. In the rear, there's just about enough room for a pair of adults but access on the three-door model is severely compromised due to the low roofline and awkward entrance. The boot is among the smallest in class, at 139 litres, though unlike the Peugeot 107 and Citroen C1, the Aygo does come with split-folding rear seats as standard. If you need to carry lots of shopping on a regular basis, though, you’ll be better off with the more practical VW up!. That said, as an easy to drive, quality city car, the Aygo ticks a lot of boxes thanks to light steering and good visibility.