There’s a useful amount of room all round actually, more than you would expect given the Aygo’s pint-sized proportions. Leg space is a bit cramped in the rear though. The interior is also peppered with various cubbies and storage areas, including a decently-sized glove box and door bins.
Sockets for the 12V electrical supply and USB dock are conveniently located and models fitted with the X-touch infotainment screen are simple to navigate with clear, modern graphics and fast-responding inputs from fingertips.
Bold styling and lots of personalisation
Dominating the look of the Toyota Aygo is the contrasting coloured ‘X’ across the nose of the car, leading up towards the side windows. This is part of Toyota’s aim to make the Aygo appeal to a younger clientele as the ‘X’ and various other elements of the car’s exterior and interior design can be customised. Three- and five-door versions of the Aygo are available, and while the full glass tailgate continues, it provides access to a deeper boot than before.
Cheap but solid interior
The interior design is shared with the Aygo’s sister cars and represents a significant leap over the older models’ back-to-basics approach, especially when fitted with the 7.0-inch colour ‘X-Touch’ infotainment screen. All the plastics are firm and resilient, but they feel well-assembled and are interestingly-styled.
Body coloured bumpers
Front electric windows
Height adjustable drivers seat
Isofix child seat anchor points
Steering wheel rake adjustment
Cloth seat trim
Folding rear seats
Year of Manufacture 2020
Model AYGO X-PLAY VVT-I CVT
Number of Former Keepers 0
Engine Size 998cc
Doorplan 5 Door Hatchback
Wheelplan 2 Axle Rigid Body
Transmission Variable Speed Auto Petrol