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Toyota Aygo X pricing released - Leads on Affordability and Value

Posted: Mon Jan 17, 2022 11:30 am
by Rob
Affordability has always been a key quality of the Toyota Aygo and the same spirit is central to its successor, the super-stylish all-new Aygo X compact crossover.


This week Toyota reveals retail purchase offers that will reinforce the new model’s status as a car that’s as easy to own as it is enjoyable to drive.

Taking the Aygo X (pronounced Aygo Cross) Edge as an example – the expected best-seller in the new line-up – Toyota expects the residual value to be class-leading. This built-in value and 3.9 per cent APR Representative are the foundation for a PCP offer for retail customers with payments of £159 (over a 42-month term with a £3,349 customer deposit and 8,000 annual mileage). Full details and terms and conditions are available here.

The value proposition is further strengthened by Aygo X’s significantly higher specification. The Edge model shares the same platform as the Toyota Yaris – the current European Car of the Year – noted for its dynamic quality. With the move to a crossover style, there’s a higher driving position and also more space in the boot – an extra 58 litres. Key features provided as standard include 18-inch alloy wheels, automatic air conditioning, automatic wipers, rear privacy glass and a bi-tone paint finish. The multimedia set-up includes an eight-inch touchscreen display and smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. The Toyota Safety Sense package of active safety and driver assistance features has been increased in terms of content, range and functionality, to provide protection in even more accident-risk scenarios.

Aygo X pre-sales started on 1 December, ready for the first cars to be delivered to customers in spring 2022. Customers can reserve their car online at or at their local Toyota centre; online sales will commence in early 2022.

Re: Toyota Aygo X pricing released - Leads on Affordability and Value

Posted: Mon Jan 17, 2022 11:32 am
by Rob
Full pricing in detail:

Starting from £14,795 in base manual ‘Pure’ trim. That’s £875 more than today’s existing Aygo, but significantly more than an entry-level Picanto.

Pure trim comes well specified, however: standard kit includes 17-inch alloys, a seven-inch touchscreen multimedia system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity and Toyota’s Safety Sense system. This adds adaptive cruise control, a pre-collision system with pedestrian and cyclist detection (the latter only at night), road sign assist, emergency steering assist and auto high beam.

Step up to Edge spec, from £16,495, and the Aygo X receives 18-inch alloys, climate control, auto wipers, rear privacy glass, front fog lights and a larger eight-inch touchscreen. Further exterior styling details include a two-tone paint finish with a contrasting black roof and rear-end. Options include a panoramic, electrically-opening canvas roof and front and rear parking sensors with an automatic braking function.

The range flagship is the Exclusive model. From £17,715, it comes with synthetic leather and cloth upholstery, a wireless phone charger, LED headlights, keyless entry and start, parking sensors and an even larger nine-inch HD touchscreen This brings cloud-based navigation, traffic data and other connective services, over-the-air updates, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A JBL sound system can be further optioned.

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Finally, the Aygo X launches with a Limited Edition special variant, available for the car’s first six months on sale. From £19,640, it gets matt black alloys with orange highlights, orange detailing on the sills and bumpers, interior design tweaks and that electric canvas roof as standard. Heated part-leather seats and a special Cardamom green main paint colour also feature.