All-new Toyota Aygo X: your questions answered

Toyota Aygo X

Meet the all-new Toyota Aygo X, a crossover unique in the A-segment that has been designed and produced in Europe to meet the tough demands of European urban and suburban life.

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Built on the successful Toyota Global New Architecture (TNGA) GA-B platform, first introduced with the new Yaris – the current European Car of the Year 2021 – and more recently with Yaris Cross, the Aygo X is the latest compact model to join Toyota’s line-up.

How much will the all-new Aygo X cost?

The on-the-road prices for the all-new Toyota Aygo X are shown below. All Aygo X models come with up to 10 years’ Toyota Warranty cover. After an initial three years/60,000 miles, owners can extend their car’s warranty by a further one year/10,000 miles each time they have their vehicle serviced at an authorised Toyota centre, in line with its service schedule. The warranty is provided at no extra cost, up to a limit of 10 years/100,000 miles. Terms and conditions apply; full details are available here.

Aygo X PureManual£14,795
Aygo X PureAutomatic£15,895
Aygo X EdgeManual£16,495
Aygo X EdgeAutomatic£17,595
Aygo X ExclusiveManual£17,715
Aygo X ExclusiveAutomatic£18,815
Aygo X Limited EditionManual£19,640
Aygo X Limited EditionAutomatic£20,740

Is the Aygo X good value for money?

Affordability has always been a key quality of the Toyota Aygo and the same spirit is central to the Aygo X.

Taking the Aygo X 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.

Toyota is going further to deliver extra value to new Aygo X customers with an introductory servicing and roadside assistance offer.

For just £15 a month, Toyota will provide the vehicle’s first three scheduled services, plus three years of the award-winning Toyota Roadside Assistance. This peace-of-mind package represents a saving of more than £250. Full details of the Aygo X ownership package and terms and conditions will be communicated in early 2022.

Does it come with a warranty?

All Aygo X models come with up to 10 years’ Toyota Warranty cover. After an initial three years/60,000 miles, owners can extend their car’s warranty by a further one year/10,000 miles each time they have their vehicle serviced at an authorised Toyota centre, in line with its service schedule. The warranty is provided at no extra cost, up to a limit of 10 years/100,000 miles.

What trims levels are available on the all-new Aygo X?

The line-up will feature three Aygo X versions – Pure, Edge and Exclusive – plus a special Limited Edition model.

Across the board, Agyo X offers higher specifications that its predecessor, focusing on comfort, multimedia connectivity and a significantly enhanced Toyota Safety Sense package of active safety and driver assistance features.

The Aygo X Pure, the entry point to the range, comes equipped as standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, air conditioning, multimedia system with seven-inch touchscreen, power front windows and leather steering wheel trim. The Toyota Safety Sense features include a Pre-Collision System with added range and functionality to detect more potential accident risks, including pedestrians, cyclists (in daytime driving) and hazards when making a turn at an intersection. It also provides full-range Adaptive Cruise Control, Road Sign Assist, Lane Trace Assist and Automatic High Beam. Smartphone integration is made simple using Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.

The Edge grade adds 18-inch alloys, automatic air conditioning, automatic wipers, rear privacy glass, front fog lights and an eight-in multimedia display. It also gains extra exterior styling details and a bi-tone/metallic paint finish that extends the contrast black finish from the roof to cover the hatch and rear quarters. Owners will also be able to specify Aygo X’s large, power-operated canvas roof and a parking pack with front and rear intelligent clearance sonars with automatic braking function.

Top of the core range is the Exclusive model. This comes with combination cloth and high-quality synthetic leather upholstery, a wireless phone charger, LED headlights, smart entry and start and the intelligent clearance sonars with auto brake. It also adopts the new Toyota Smart Connect multimedia system with nine-inch display, giving access to cloud-based navigation, up-to-the-moment road event information, access to useful connected services and over-the-air updates for no-fuss software updates and fixes. Options for the Aygo X Exclusive are the canvas roof and a five-speaker JBL sound system with 300W amplifier.

The Limited Edition model takes specification to an even higher level, with 18-inch matt black alloys, bright Mandarina orange highlights on the wheels, sills and front and rear bumpers, special interior design features and the retracting canvas roof. The front seats are heated and have part-leather upholstery. The bi-tone finish will feature Aygo X’s new Cardamom Green metallic paint.

Will it still be as stylish?

Starting with the Aygo X prologue concept car, which was developed at Toyota’s European Design and Development centre (ED2) in the South of France, Toyota’s designers wanted to bring a sense of daring and spice to Europe’s compact car market. 

Since it was first launched in 2005, Aygo has been Toyota’s most accessible car in Europe and has delighted customers with its youthful and fun character. These qualities have attracted many new style-conscious European buyers to the Toyota brand. 

Toyota Aygo X

Following the successful reveal and positive reception of the eye-catching “Sparkling Chilli Red” Aygo X prologue, the Aygo X project was transferred to the styling section at Toyota Motor Europe in Belgium, where the design teams worked closely with product planning and R&D to turn the new A-segment car from concept to reality. 

A bold bi-tone execution, coupled with a new spice colour concept, creates a profile that grabs the attention, emphasising the car’s readiness to leap forward into action. 

Toyota Aygo X

The new wedged roofline also increases the dynamic feeling and sportier image. In the front, high-tech lamps hug the upper bonnet to form a wing-like shape, while, set lower to the ground, the large grille, fog lamps and skid plate all build on the double trapezoid theme that is part of Aygo’s identity, giving it a “ready to go, anywhere” attitude. 

The new colour concept is inspired by different spices, producing a unique range of colours that capture the car’s flavours and personalities. 

Toyota Aygo X

Cardamom conjures an impression of style and elegance, delivering a refined and understated aesthetic with a green low saturation effect. 

Chilli is a fiery premium colour that catches the eye with a warm and deep colour reflection, thanks to the inclusion of a fine sprinkling of blue metallic flakes in the red paint. 

Ginger is a sophisticated and enduring shade that hints at a spirit of adventure and warm complexity in its neutral hue. 

Juniper is youthful with a touch of masculinity; a blue created specifically for the model to give it an icy coolness with subtle reddish undertones. 

Each of these powerful spice colours contrasts with the bi-tone black of the roof and rear that makes Aygo X instantly recognisable. 

This spice theme is not just skin deep. Interior highlights match the exterior spice colours to give the cockpit a distinctive look, including the dashboard and centre consoles. Close inspection of the seats reveals the “X” symbol discreetly stitched into the fabric. The Aygo X model name is also subtly echoed in the keen-look headlamps, adding to the car’s strong and coherent identity. 

A spicier limited edition Aygo X in Cardamom will be available for the first six months of sales, featuring additional matt orange Mandarina accents throughout the car, including decal stripes on the exterior and detailing on the bespoke 18-inch matt black alloy wheels. The Mandarina theme is also carried through to the interior panels and seat fabric design. 

What are the dimensions of the all-new Toyota Aygo X?

At 3,700mm long, Aygo X is 235mm longer than its predecessor, although the wheelbase has been increased by just 90mm. The front overhang is 72mm shorter than the Yaris hatchback, while the maximum wheel size is larger, at 18 inches.  

Designed for the narrowest city streets, Aygo X has an exceptionally small turning circle of just 4.7m, one of the tightest in the segment.

Total body width has increased by 125mm to 1,740mm. As a result, the front seats are set 20mm further apart, increasing shoulder space by 45mm. Luggage space is also segment-leading with 125mm more load space length and a smart space design behind the rear seats, increasing cargo capacity by more than 60 litres to 231 litres. 

Furthermore, the pagoda roof design maintains compact overall dimensions, while providing a comfortable, spacious cabin. Vehicle height has been increased by 50mm to 1,525mm. 

What will the all-new Toyota Aygo X be like to drive?

Whether going through city traffic or cruising on highways, every driver wants to feel confident, and Aygo X is engineered to deliver this quality. 

As a compact high-riding crossover, the car’s ground clearance has been increased by 11mm, giving the driver more presence and assurance on the road. 

The seating position has been raised by 55mm, giving the driver a better view of other road users, particularly cyclists and pedestrians, and the A-pillar angle has been increased by 10 per cent to 24º for improved visibility. 

Larger wheels and tyres, the proven TNGA suspension, improved roll stiffness and lower roll angles all combine to provide exceptional ride comfort and control. 

What will the infotainment be like in the Aygo X?

Customers of the all-new Toyota Aygo X will be able to stay connected with their Aygo X via Toyota Smart Connect and MyT smartphone app. Toyota Smart Connect’s core features are a nine-inch high-definition touchscreen display, ambient lighting and wireless charging, offering a seamless user experience with the accompanying MyT smartphone app. With the MyT app, customers can keep track of various vehicle data and information, such as driving analytics, fuel levels, warning alerts and a vehicle tracker. 

Toyota Aygo X

In higher-grade models, Toyota’s latest multimedia system offers cloud-based navigation to provide live route information via always-connected services. New software updates and connected services will subsequently be automatically added via over-the-air updates. Toyota Smart Connect also provides wired and wireless smartphone connectivity via Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. 

Toyota and JBL collaborated to deliver a premium audio system featuring a sound profile tailored to the car’s characteristics. The audio system consists of a four-speaker set-up coupled with a 300W amplifier and a large 200mm subwoofer located in the boot to deliver powerful bass, dynamic speaker response and clear and wide sound stage.

The Aygo X also features an optional retractable canvas top, a first for an A-segment crossover which has been designed to maximise the driving experience, with an opening enlarged by 40mm with a 20 per cent increase in the viewing angle.  By using high-quality materials normally found on premium models, the canvas top offers improved water and dust protection. A new wind deflector structure also improves durability and robustness. 

The latest Toyota Safety Sense will be standard across all grades of the Aygo X and includes features such as Pre-Collision System (PCS) with vehicle detection, which now operates at higher speeds, PCS’s day and night Pedestrian Detection, daytime Cyclist Detection, Collision Mitigation Support functions, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Trace Assist and Emergency Steering Assist.

How economical is the Aygo X?

The all-new Toyota Aygo X has been designed to maximise economical performance from the ground up. For example, it has the lowest body-in-white weight of any A or B-segment car. Front bumper and wheel arch mouldings serve to improve fuel economy by guiding airflow slightly out from the tyres, reducing turbulence around the front and sides of the car. The rear wheel arch mouldings also guide the airflow, directing it to a convergence point at the rear of the car. 

Toyota Aygo X

The all-new Toyota Aygo X is powered by Toyota’s multi-award winning one-litre, three-cylinder engine. This has been improved to meet the latest European standards while offering high levels of reliability and performance, with targeted fuel consumption of 60mpg with 107g/km of CO(with manual transmission).

Technical Specifications 

Type 1KR-FE 3-cylinder, in-line 
Valve mechanism 12-valve DOHC, chain drive with VVT-i 
Fuel system Electronic fuel injection 
Displacement (cc) 998 
Bore x stroke (mm) 71 x 84 
Compression ratio  11.8:1 
Max. power (bhp/DIN hp/kW @ rpm) 71/72/53 @ 6,000 
Max. torque (Nm @ rpm) 93 @ 4,400 
Max. speed (mph) 94 98 
Acceleration 0-62mph (sec) 15.5 15.6 
Drag coefficient (Cd) 0.319 0.319 
Front suspension  MacPherson strut 
Front anti-roll bar diameter and thickness (mm) 23.6/2.6 
Rear suspension Torsion beam 
Type Rack and pinions 
Overall ratio 13.4:1 
Turns lock-to-lock 2.88 
Min. turning circle – tyre (m) 4.7 
Front Ventilated discs 
Rear Drums 
Wheel sizes 17 or 18in 
Tyre sizes 175/65R17 or 175/60R18 
Overall length (mm) 3,700 
Overall width (mm) 1,740 
Overall height (mm) 1,525 
Front track (mm) 1,540 
Rear track (mm) 1,520 
Wheelbase (mm) 2,430 
Front overhang (mm) 730 
Rear overhang (mm) 540 
Capacity, including beneath deck board, loaded to tonneau cover (l, VDA) 231 
Capacity, including beneath deck board, loaded to roof (l, VDA) 269 
Capacity, rear seats down, loaded to roof (l, VDA) 829 
Kerb weight, min. – max. (kg 940-1,015 
Gross vehicle weight )kg) 1,360 

All specifications are subject to official homologation and will be confirmed at the time of launch.

All information in this article was correct at the time of publishing.


  1. Do you have an accurate arrival date ?
    I was told June when ordered – App shows shipped already but Toyota customer services are saying July but others on here have stated august ?
    Would be good to have an idea?

    1. Hi,
      Thanks for your comment.
      Your Toyota Centre would be best placed to advise on the ETA of your order.

  2. Just taken delivery of a new toyota aygo x edge which is juniper blue. The car drives really well but the bodywork is a let down. The plastic beading around the doors looks terrible with broken white lines down the edge of the beading which looks like bad scratches. Tried to wash off with warm shampoo water using a clean soft paint brush but it still looks bad. Should this beading be removed or how can this situation be resolved.

    1. Hi John,
      Thanks for your comment.
      We would recommend contacting your nearest Toyota Centre.
      They will be able to physically inspect your vehicle and provide any recommendations.

      1. Ref: New Toyoya Aygo X Edge
        Thanks for getting back to me regarding my enquiry regarding tape around all door edges. As suggested I called at my local Toyota dealer and they were unable to assist me. When I returned home I had a close look at the beading around the edges of all the doors and discovered the material appeared to be like sellotape. It peeled off with no problems without using anything. The unsightly appearance was caused by polish or other substances sticking to the underside of the sellotape along with creases in the tape. What a difference the removal of the sellotape has made to the appearance of my Toyota Aygo x Edge which is a great car.

  3. Sorry to come back to you regarding my new Toyota Aygo x Edge. As previously stated the sellotape type of material around the door edges looked terrible with cleaning substances trapped on the underside of the sticky tape along with creases in the tape. The tape peeled off with no problems in just a few minutes and made a real difference to the bodywork appearance. The problem may have been enhanced by the dark blue paintwork (juniper blue). Called at the local Toyota dealer who were unable to assist. Could you verify if the sellotape is intended for protection when in transit from the factory or should it be a permanent fixture. The tape appears very flimsy and this may assist other Aygo x owners. Really pleased with new Toyota Aygo x which is a treat to drive.

    1. Hi John, thanks for your comment.

      It’s difficult for us to advise on this without seeing the vehicle in person. If you could send us a couple of photos via social media, this would help.


      Toyota UK

      1. The sellotape type of material was peeled off from all door edges with no problems in less than a few minutes. As stated the dark blue colour may have exaggerated the tape but it looked terrible. When looking at the tape it looked as if there were scratches down the edges of the tape caused by cleaning materials trapped under the tape. I am now very pleased with the bodywork which looks very pleasing to the eye and much better without the tape. The sellotape did not appear to a permanent fixture as it came off very easy but hopefully my experience may assist any other Aygo x owners. Really pleased with this car and many thanks for your interest.

  4. Will customers be able to get decalls orange plastic trim etc if needed also i was in viewing one and the nearside orange flash on the wheel looked like it had been hand painted on ti the wheel.We have ordered one of these cars also there isnt a spare wheel resess if you wanted to add a spare wheel can you advise please

    1. Hi Ross,

      As with any of our vehicles, replacement parts will be available if needed. Due to the size of the vehicle, no spare wheel is available. Congrats on your order and thanks for choosing Toyota.


  5. It is the limited edition we have ordered as there are only so many being made will the limited edition graghics be readily available ie orange flashes for the wheels and the orange plastics on the lower front panel and door trim

  6. I’m pleased to see the Aygo X accessories are now on the Toyota website. From my previous posts you may recall I have been waiting for the black plastic door side mouldings which are showing an unfitted retail price of 78.23. I just phoned Hayes Toyota who are local to me and are a service and parts only dealership, they explained about having a company policy not to give out part numbers, please could you advise the part number so I can advise a sales dealer when placing the car order so they can get the right one and not the more expensive chrome one for example.

    1. Hi Victor,

      When you place the vehicle order, you will be able to add the required accessory at point of sale.

      We trust the centre to order the correct accessory for you.


    2. Can you send me a link to where you have seen the Aygo X side mouldings, as I cannot find them anywhere to purchase. The part number by the way is PW170-0H100.

  7. When are the next round price increases for the Aygo X scheduled for? If not an exact date then which month?

    1. Hi Victor, thanks for your comment.

      We have no information on any price increases at the moment.


      Toyota UK

    1. Hi,

      Please contact your nearest Toyota centre for further details. Please let us know if we can help find them for you.


  8. Hi i am about to take delivery of my new Aygo X & have been informed by my dealer that the previously advertised by Toyota service plan of £15 per month for 3 years is now going to cost me almost £22! Has the earlier offer been removed?

    1. Hi Phil,

      Thanks for your order!

      Maybe there has been a misunderstanding or a miscommunication from the centre here, because the three services and three years Roadside Assistance for £15 per month offer hasn’t changed.

      It’s even on our national website for all to see, near the bottom of this page:

      Can you let us know which centre you are using, and who you are dealing with?


      1. I have now cancelled my order as i no longer trust this dealer & await the return of my £250.00 deposit

      2. Hi,

        We expect the centre has made a mistake, rather than wilfully misleading you. It sounds like you’ve made your mind up, but if you’d like to give us a chance to put things right, we can put you in touch with our customer relations team to find out exactly what happened.

        Do let us know.


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