New Toyota Aygo price and specification

The new Toyota Aygo is a small car that offers customers a huge choice when it comes to making their car distinctively their own. Never before has a Toyota offered so many opportunities for personalisation, with a wealth of features inside and out that can be specified in different colours and finishes.

From the new X-shape front end element that defines Aygo’s hip new look, to the alloy wheels, instrument panel and seats, owners can give their car its very own style.

In spite of the huge number of possible permutations, with up to 10 interchangeable elements, you won’t face a long wait for your bespoke new Aygo to arrive, nor will you face huge extra cost. The customisation packs have been keenly priced and are fitted by Toyota in the UK, to customer order, at a new hub set up at Toyota Manufacturing UK’s Burnaston factory in Derbyshire.

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Customisation is just one aspect of the fresh, vibrant approach Toyota has taken with its new city car, with higher equipment specifications that include plenty of ‘big car’ features, such as the new x-touch multimedia system with MirrorLink function for smart connection of mobile phones. New Aygo is also the first in its class to offer a rear-view camera and it can be specified with Smart Entry and push button start.

New Aygo is designed above all to be fun – to own and to drive – while maintaining its established high value price tag and running costs. New Aygo is in dealers now, with on-the-road prices from £8,695.

Toyota Aygo price

New Aygo is on sale now, with a range comprising 14 versions, detailed below with on-the-road prices.

x 3dr £8,695
x 5dr £9,095
x-play 3dr £9,895
x-play 5dr £10,295
x-play 5dr x-shift £10,995
x-pression 3dr £11,095
x-pression 5dr £11,495
x-pression 5dr x-shift £12,195
x-pression with x-wave 5dr £12,390
x-pression with x-wave 5dr x-shift £13,090
x-pure 3dr £11,295.00
x-pure 5dr £11,695.00
x-pure 5dr x-shift £12,395.00
x-cite 3dr £11,295
x-cite 5dr £11,695
x-cite 5dr x-shift £12,395
x-clusiv 3dr £11,395
x-clusiv 5dr £11,795
x-clusiv 5dr x-shift £12,495

Toyota Aygo specifications and equipment

New Aygo is available in three and five-door bodystyles and three grades, x, x-play and x-pression, plus two special editions, x-cite and x-clusiv, offering customers exceptional choice.

The colours ramp up new Aygo’s fun factor, with five options: White Flash, Silver Splash, Electro Grey, Deep Blue Buzz and Red Pop. In addition, the x-cite will be offered only in Cyan Splash and the x-clusiv in Bold Black.

Equipment highlights

Aygo x
14-inch wheels
Projector headlights with LED tracer light
LED daytime running lights
2-speaker audio with Aux and USB connections
Power front windows
Wireless door locks
Isofix child seat anchors
ABS and Vehicle Stability Control
Hill-start Assist Control
Driver, front passenger and curtain airbags
Seat belt warning system
Tyre pressure monitor

Aygo x-play adds
15-inch wheels
Piano black front X finish
Body colour matched doorhandles and mirrors
Leather steering wheel and gear shift trim
4-speaker audio
Bluetooth
Audio and phone control switches on steering wheel
Air conditioning with clean air filter
Tachometer
Driver’s seat height adjustment
50:50 split-folding rear seats

Aygo x-pression adds
15-inch silver alloy wheels
Piano black rear bumper insert
Piano black x-tension on A-pillars
Front fog lights
Part-leather sports-style seats
Chrome internal door handle finish
Body colour-matched instrument panel
Glossy black centre console and gear shift and air vent surrounds
x-touch multimedia system with MirrorLink
DAB
Rear-view camera

The two special edition models feature a number of specific styling and equipment elements: –

Aygo x-cite
Cyan Splash exterior paint finish
15-inch gloss black alloys with blue centre cap
Gloss black mirrors
Piano black rear bumper insert
Piano black A-pillar x-tension
Front fog lights
Chrome internal doorhandle finish
Gloss black instrument panel and centre console with Cyan Splash air vent surrounds
x-touch multimedia system with MirrorLink
DAB
Rear-view camera

Aygo x-clusiv
Bold Black exterior paint finish
15-inch machined finish alloys with large black centre cap and chrome surround
Super chrome front X and A-pillar x-tension
Super chrome rear bumper insert
Front fog lights
Chrome internal doorhandle finish
Piano black instrument panel and centre console
x-touch multimedia system with MirrorLink
DAB
Rear-view camera
Dusk-sensing headlights

Equipment options
Customers can take advantage of a range of options that focus on more sophisticated equipment and luxury touches.

The x-cite and x-clusiv models can be upgraded with the x-tra premium pack, which adds leather seat upholstery and Smart Entry and Start. For x-play and x-pression grades, the INstyle option provides leather seats with accents in a range of four different colours.

The x-pression can be specified in x-tra convenience, which adds automatic air conditioning, dusk-sensing headlights and Smart Entry and push-button start.

The OUTshine pack adds extra chrome touches to the exterior of the x-pression model, and all versions bar the entry level x can be fitted with the OUTshield pack, which adds front and rear parking sensors, a boot liner, aluminium scuff plates, rubber floor mats and mud flaps.

x-touch
Taking affordable multimedia systems to the next level, Toyota x-touch gives new Aygo customers a user-friendly combination of the latest on-board multimedia technology and smartphone connectivity.

x-touch uses a seven-inch full colour touchscreen that is fully integrated in the instrument panel. It is the first system in the segment to provide a rear-view camera as standard.

The main menu has a simple five-icon arrangement, allowing at-a-glance identification of all functions.

The Audio Source menu groups AM/FM/DAB radio, Bluetooth music streaming and audio via Aux and USB connection, with the facility to display album cover art.

A new MirrorLink function can be activated through the Connect menu. Once a compatible smartphone is connected, MirrorLink will replicate the phone’s screen and compatible applications on the x-touch display. Smartphone functions can ben be accessed using the touchscreen.

An optional x-nav pack (£395), unique to new Aygo, can be linked to the multimedia system, using a dedicated storage pocket in the glovebox. This is activated using the Connect menu and gives driver access to fast and accurate pan-European route guidance.

Toyota Aygo customisation packs

Customisation packs are key to Aygo’s character and individuality. The OUTstand pack (£395) lets owners transform the exterior with three elements – the front X, A-pillar x-tension and rear bumper insert, in a choice of three colours.

Yet more can be added with the OUTburst pack (£245), which comprises a front bumper decal, side sills and rear diffuser decal, available in red or chrome.

The cabin can be transformed with the INspire pack (£165) with surrounds for the air vents and gear shift to match any exterior colour; other interior components have a piano black finish.

The mood heightens further with INtense (£165), which introduces body colour-matched instrument panel, centre console and gear surround.

Owners can also have the double-bubble roof of their Aygo covered in a contrasting coloured decal (£195), and can ramp up the street style with option five-spoke alloys (£499) in silver, glossy black, machined glossy black and white. A twin-spoke alloy (£499) can also be specified in the same finishes, plus a customised centre cap in any of six body colours.

For more information on the Toyota Aygo range, visit the designated section of the Toyota website. If you’d like to get behind the wheel and try an Aygo for yourself, leave a comment below and we’ll contact you to arrange a time and place at your convenience.

88 comments

  1. Hi Tim
    Thanks for your post.
    While hybrid technology is modular and very adaptable, Aygo represents our entry level car so price positioning becomes key when introducing into the market. Hybrid technology does make an engine more efficient as it can run solely on electric power when in traffic for example. As Aygo will use an extremely efficient engine with low CO2 emissions and good fuel economy, we have to assess whether the addition of hybrid technology would bring extra benefits to the package on offer. However you only need to go up one vehicle segment to see the Yaris Hybrid which is the smallest hybrid we sell. Hope this helps clarify but let us know if you have any other questions.

  2. Hi Nirmal
    Thanks for your post.
    We have the new x Shift transmission in Aygo which can be driven as an automatic (it is an automated manual transmission so you only have a brake and accelerator pedal). When the cars arrive in July we would recommend popping along to your local dealer for a test drive.

  3. The customisation is surprisingly affordable by the looks of it, so well done there.

    Personally, I would happily pay an extra £1,000 – £2,000 for a premium interior in the Aygo with soft touch areas on the doors especially. The iQ interior in an Aygo would be a seriously good proposition.

    With other brands getting in on the downsizing trend, it’s the perfect time for Toyota to do something of the sort in the Aygo-size arena. I love my iQ but something a little bigger like the Aygo would be perfect. Small shouldn’t have to mean budget!

  4. Hello Riaz
    Thanks for your post and for your comments on the new model Aygo.
    This is interesting feedback which we will pass onto the product team responsible for Aygo. While we need to ensure that Aygo remains a very competitive cost proposition, small does not need to mean budget and we are sure that your ownership of your iQ is testimony to that. Our product team will have a lot of exciting ideas for Aygo in the future as we have found that special editions and increasing specification have sold well in the past. Maybe pop along for a test drive and see what you think? Cars will be at dealers from July.

    1. Thanks David. There is a lot to love about the new Aygo definitely and chances are I’ll be testing both the new Aygo and Yaris later this summer. I’ll certainly miss my iQ though as it’s such a nice place to sit inside.

      Best of luck with the product launches and I hope Toyota keep on innovating!

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