The latest Toyota Aygo cars in stock

Probably the best option of the more or less identical triumvirate of Citroen C1 and Peugeot 107, the used Toyota Aygo will hold its value, looks great and keeps running costs lower than a snake's belly. Being a Toyota, it's got bulletproof build quality, too, a five-year warranty and came first in the 2010 JD Power survey. Engines come in either 67bhp 1.0 or 54bhp 1.4 diesel, both of which are fine in such a tiny car. The 1.0-litre reaches 60mph in 13.7 seconds and achieves 62mpg, while the diesel stretches the economy to 68mpg. The used Toyota Aygo is happiest buzzing around town, but can keep up with traffic on larger roads. Savings continue with the insurance, as the Aygo falls into group 1, and the car should be mechanically reliable. While kit on the basic car couldn't be described as plush, there are more goodies to be had the higher up the range you go and every model comes with CD and MP3 socket, to keep its young target market happy.

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