Toyota Aygo revealed
Making its debut at the 2012 Brussels motor show, the updated Toyota Aygo features new looks, interior upgrades and lower running costs.
On sale in the UK in March the new Toyota Aygo city car gains a re-styled front-end, an updated interior and several engine tweaks. The new model returns 65.7mpg and produces emissions of less than 100g/km of CO2 - making it exempt from Road Tax.
The new styling follows many of the Toyota Yaris' design cues, boasting a wider, more aerodynamic front bumper, integrated fog lights and a larger air intake. Grille mounted LED daytime running lights are optional and a new metallic orange paint is also available.
On the inside, the Aygo comes with a new steering wheel with leather trim whilst customers also have the choice of grey, orange or black coloured ring surrounds on the speedometer, tachometer and air vents.
Powered by a 1.0-litre VVT-i petrol engine that produces 67bhp the Aygo is available with either a five-speed manual or Toyota's Multimode automated manual transmission. Models fitted with Multimode are capable of 63.8mpg and produce emissions of 104g/km of CO2.
The latest Aygo is 15mm longer than the original model, but retains the tight 4.73m turning circle and choice of three or five-door versions.
For more information visit www.toyota.co.uk.
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