The Toyota Aygo is an iconic city car and was developed along with the Citroen C1 and Peugeot 107, and is basically the same as those cars only with some tweaks and changes. Its tiny dimensions are easy to negotiate through city streets, and it's very cheap to run. You get enough performance to make it zip around, but it does feel quite underpowered and exposed on the motorway. Inside, it's the usual small car affair, with decent room up front but a big squeeze in the back for adults. The boot is also on the small side. Insurance and maintenance costs should be low, though. It also only has a three-star Euro NCAP rating, which is really below par for a modern car, but a new model is due in 2014, which will be safer, longer and come in three and five-door models. The Toyota Aygo comes in foru main specifications – entry-level Active, Active Plus, Mode, and top-of-the-range Move.