What are your opinions on a Toyota Aygo?

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Old 12 Apr 2014, 02:54 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default What are your opinions on a Toyota Aygo?

For a first time owner (passed test 2 months ago)
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Old 12 Apr 2014, 03:09 pm   #2 (permalink)
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The Aygo is a clone of the Peugeot 107 and the Citroen C1. All three are produced in Toyota's factory in Czechoslovakia. They are identical in all respects except for trim and badging. The Aygo is the most expensive and the Citroen is the cheapest. The Aygo is dearer because they offer a 5 year guarantee. However you have to have the car serviced annually by a Toyota dealer to get the extra two years. So you have, in effect over paid, for the additional warranty. So The best deal is the C1. Citroen dealers are susceptible to haggling if you do your homework on prices. You can also get a Safety Pack and an Air Con pack which is well worth the extra money. Happy motoring.
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Decent choice for a first car, if you're buying secondhand make sure it's got service history and has been properly cared for.
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