The shoppers who love to ride a small car for fun driving can fetch the 2013 Toyota Aygo. The Toyota Aygo is suitable for those who live in urban area. For 2013, the new 2013 Toyota Aygo gets a new look and more performance ‘green’. The 2013 Toyota Aygo facelift still offers two options, namely the three-door versions and five doors.
The refreshed Toyota Aygo will be unveiled at the Brussels Motor Show later this month, with sales due to start in the UK in March. There are three levels of trims available for the Toyota Aygo as options; those are Aygo+, Aygo Blue along with the Aygo Go. The Toyota Aygo prices haven’t yet been revealed, but expect to see a slight increase in the current £8,590 starting price.
The 2013 Toyota Aygo has been face lifted, completing the trio of updated platform-sharing models including the Citroen C1 and Peugeot 107. Like the Citroen and Peugeot, the Toyota Aygo gets optional daytime running lights and has been given a redesigned front end to help it fit in with Toyota’s latest design language.
The angled grille and sharper headlights give the 2013 Toyota Aygo a look similar to the recently released Yaris. The 2013 Toyota Aygo facelift is not much different from previous generations Aygo. However, in terms of the Toyota Aygo exterior changes are significant enough, the front section was revised so that at first glance cars like the New Toyota Yaris.
In the 2013 Toyota Aygo cabin, Toyota has given the dashboard a new dark grey finish and fitted a leather trimmed steering wheel. Additional sound deadening and subtle tweaks to the suspension should help ensure the 2013 Toyota Aygo is quieter and more comfortable on the move too.
Most importantly for a car in this segment, Toyota has cut the 2013 Toyota Aygo emissions in the 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine from 105g/km to 99g/km. That qualifies the 2013 Toyota Aygo for free road tax and exemption from London’s Congestion Charge. The 2013 Toyota Aygo fuel economy also improves from 61.3mpg to 65.7mpg.
Power remains unchanged at 67bhp, meaning the 2013 Toyota Aygo 0-62mph sprint still takes 14.2 seconds. Performance ‘green’ Aygo by Multimode improved while the 2013 Toyota Aygo CO2 emissions to 104 gr / km from 106 gr / km. Gasoline consumption for the 2013 Toyota Aygo becomes 22.6 or more economical 0.85 km / liter.
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2013 Toyota Aygo is a fun to drive small car with large personality whether you are out and about in the city or out on long drives on great open road. With highly responsive steering and no-road tax, the 2013 Toyota Aygo is a perfect combination of fantastic driving experience and urban styling.
Rejecting the frequently held stereotype that compact could only mean economical and pragmatic, the 2013 Toyota Aygo legendary design re-defined perceptions of what small could be. The 2013 Toyota Aygo combining light weight and compact design with the power and torque delivery essential to urban driving, the Euro V compliant engine returns highly competitive fuel consumption figures and generates low, tax-efficient CO2 emissions.
Designed and built in Europe, the new 2013 Toyota Aygo continues to set the highest standards for interior roominess and driving enjoyment in the compact car segment. Volkswagen’s new city car needs to be nothing short of brilliant if it’s to beat Fiat’s cute 500, the cheap-to-run Kia Picanto and well thought-out 2013 Toyota Aygo. The 2013 Toyota Aygo might be getting on a bit, but it still looks fresh.
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