Toyota Aygo X variants
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Total cash price £14,299. Borrowing £11,439 with a £2,860 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
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6000 miles

Toyota Aygo X buying guide

What Toyota Aygo X trim levels are there?

First up is the Aygo X Pure. Unlike city cars of old, this isn’t a car stripped of all its features. Instead, the kit list reads like one of a much larger car, with 17-inch alloy wheels, adaptive cruise control, a reversing camera and a seven-inch touchscreen with smartphone connectivity.

Moving up to Edge spec increases the wheel size and screen size by an inch, and also brings privacy glass, automatic wipers, front fog lights and black rear pillars. Exclusive is the top-spec Aygo X, with a nine-inch touchscreen and wireless phone connectivity and charging. A limited-edition Aygo X Undercover version adds a graphic pack and black wheels.

Toyota Aygo X interior and technology

The Aygo X is more expensive than the car it replaces, but interior quality takes a big step up to reflect that. With a multifunction steering wheel and a semi-digital dash display, the new car feels a lot more modern than its predecessor. We love the pops of colour you get on higher-spec versions, which help make the interior feel playful.

It’s impressive that Apple CarPlay and Android Auto come as standard. These two features allow you to pair a suitable phone and use your apps for sat nav and media functions – ideal if you want to find the best way across a congested city or to make sure you don’t get lost when further afield.

Toyota Aygo X engine range explained

Toyota Aygo X 1.0 VVT-i petrol

A 1.0-litre non-turbocharged petrol engine is the only option available to Aygo X buyers. This side of a fully electric powertrain, the engine is well suited to driving around town although, with 72hp, it can feel a little limited at motorway speeds. There’s a five-speed manual gearbox or a CVT-type automatic gearbox – the latter is more refined than the manual at lower speeds but a little noisy as you accelerate.


The Toyota Aygo X came onto the market in 2022, and quickly found favour with buyers looking for a cheap and stylish runabout. All Aygo Xs have five doors, but you’ll find some with a folding fabric roof that gives some of the benefits of a convertible without the associated drawbacks. If you’re considering buying a used Aygo X, also check out its Aygo predecessor – this slightly older car is often very affordable.

There’s only one engine to choose, so the best engine is the 1.0-litre petrol. It would have been interesting to see an electrified Aygo X, but that would have pushed the price up to the point where you might as well get the bigger Yaris.

At 3.7 metres long, the Toyota Aygo X slots into the gap between the smaller Fiat 500 and superminis like the Yaris and Ford Fiesta. Its crossover vibe isn’t just for show, as the driver’s seat is mounted higher than before and so it’s easier to get in and out. The front seats are more spacious than in the older Aygo, and the boot is much bigger too – the Aygo X’s 231-litre boot is 60 litres more than before.