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Toyota Aygo Leasing

The Toyota Aygo is one of the yardsticks in the small-car market. It’s a front-runner by which all others are measured. Quirky styling, a solid interior and a standard-fit touchscreen will be enough for many, but  funky personalisation options and Toyota’s reputation for reliability mean it appeals to both the head and the heart. It’s a very appealing urban runabout.
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Funky, modern looks.

Personalisation options.

Reputation for reliability.

  • City cars are compact by nature, so don’t expect the Aygo to feel like Alexandra Palace. That said, there’s plenty of room for shopping bags, school bags and overnight bags – everything your average city car is likely to carry. Officially, the boot measures 168 litres, making it smaller than the VW Up or the Hyundai i10, but it’s on a par with the Honda E and only slightly behind the Fiat 500

    Cabin space is much more generous for those in the front, meaning you get bags of headroom and even plenty of shoulder space. But the comfy 1-piece seats reduce rear legroom slightly and the back seats feel a little cramped. There’s enough space for kids to sit in comfort, but adults will be limited to shorter trips.

  • The Aygo is a small, light car with a small, light engine, so it’s very economical. The 1.0-litre petrol motor will manage between 53.3- and 56.5mpg on the official economy test, as long as you choose the 5-speed manual gearbox. Go for the X-Shift automatic and that drops very slightly, down to 51.4-54.3mpg.

    With low fuel consumption comes low emissions, and the Aygo emits between 114- and 124g/km of CO2 into the air per kilometre it travels. The exact figure depends on which version you choose, but you won’t pay more than 29% in company car tax for the 2021/22 financial year. On such a cheap car, that’s going to equal a laughably small monthly payment.

Models Available

Aygo Hatchback

The Aygo is only available as a 5-door compact hatchback with seating for 4 people.

Trim Levels

X-PlayX-TrendX-Trend Bi-ToneX-ClusivEvery Aygo model comes with a touchscreen infotainment system and smartphone integration technology. There’s also Bluetooth connectivity, manual air conditioning and a reversing camera, not to mention the electric front windows and height-adjustable driving seat.

The Toyota Aygo Vs Competitors

The Aygo is up against some great rivals in the city car market. It’s competing with the brilliant Volkswagen Up, the cool Fiat 500 and the sensible, grown-up Hyundai i10. The Kia Picanto is another formidable foe with a more youthful vibe than its Hyundai-badged sibling. But the Toyota’s biggest rivals are its own relatives. Created as part of a joint venture with Peugeot and Citroen, the Aygo is almost identical to those brands’ 108 and C1 models. Only the bodywork is heavily altered, so the 3 cars have similar characteristics and talents. Picking your favourite is a matter of styling choices.
  • Toyota’s reputation for reliability is impressive and that continues to this day. The Aygo uses tried and tested components and technology, so it should prove dependable.

  • The Aygo has a 168-litre boot, which is small compared with the VW Up and the Hyundai i10. But it’s equal to the Peugeot 108 and Citroen C1, and it’s more than enough for your day-to-day paraphernalia. A bigger car is better for family holidays, though.

  • Leasing an Aygo gives you a choice of 4 trim levels, with X-Play representing the entry point. Above that, the X-Trend gets alloy wheels and other extras, while the X-Trend Bi-Tone gets a 2-tone paint job. X-Clusive tops the range with climate control, rear parking sensors and other goodies.

  • Parking sensors are not standard on the Aygo, but you do get a reversing camera to show you what you’re backing into. Parking sensors themselves only come as standard on high-end models.

  • The Aygo’s practicality comes not from its interior space, but its compactness. The 168-litre boot isn’t very big and the rear seats are a bit cramped, but there’s plenty of space up front. And when the car is this small and nimble, it can squeeze into places most other cars can’t.

  • Modern styling, a funky interior and a frugal engine have made the Aygo desirable for customers. Lease an Aygo and you get a reliable runabout that looks great and won’t let you down.

  • Leasing a Toyota Aygo with Vanarama is the smartest way to upgrade what you drive. Not only will you get the best price, guaranteed with our Price Promise*, there’s also no hidden fees, extra protection should the worst happen and access to expert advice when you need it! What are you waiting for? Find your New Lease Of Life today!

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